In 2020, The Lord’s Place created a Racial Equity Advocacy for Change Team (REACT) to foster racial equity agency-wide.

– Its vision is to identify strategies to address systematic inequalities.

– Its purpose is to create a collective environment of equality, education, and action within the workplace to guide current and future programs and policies.

The REACT committee pledges to raise the voices of the unheard and is a platform for creating change within our organization and the community at large.

The Lord’s Place transforms lives
by providing solutions
that break the cycle of homelessness
for the most vulnerable and neglected
in Palm Beach County.

This social impact agency
has been serving men, women
and families in our community for 40 years.
Our innovative, compassionate,
and effective services are constantly evolving
to end local homelessness for good.

A major campaign to expand, increase and sustain
The Lord’s Place.
Help our agency, and people in need here in
Palm Beach County, come Home for Good.

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Latest News

  • A Decade of 4 Stars June 4, 2021 05/29/15

    The Lord’s Place earns top three percent national rating from Charity Navigator Top ratings help build longtime community support  The Lord’s Place’s strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency have earned it a four-star rating for the 10th consecutive year from Charity Navigator and …

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  • The Lord’s Places Announces New Chief Operating Officer June 4, 2021 05/29/15

    NEWS RELEASE May 25, 2021 For immediate release Media contact: Cara Scarola Hansen The Lord’s Place Public Relations Counsel cara@yourmissionmarketing.com 561-632-6747 Kerry Diaz appointed as chief operating officer for The Lord’s Place The Lord’s Place announces the appointment of Kerry Rodriguez Diaz, J.D. as chief operating officer. Diaz joined The Lord’s Place as …

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  • Graduating Senior at Family Campus to attend PB State June 4, 2021 05/29/15

    More than 400,000 homeless students throughout the nation have slipped through the cracks during the pandemic, and are not receiving the support and services they need. The Lord’s Place Family Campus makes sure that the youth living on our campus don’t fall behind. Families are …

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The Lord’s Place partners with many other organizations within Palm Beach County in order to provide the best programs and services to our clients.
We are grateful for the collaboration and support!