On Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 8:30 a.m., Over 1,000 people joined us for this inspirational virtual breakfast! We had viewers watching throughout the United States, Australia and France! The Lord’s Place is thankful for each and every one of you who supported the Ending Homelessness Breakfast! Tears flowed, laughter rang and smiles were everywhere as guests enjoyed the heartfelt true stories of Tamarsha, Lazaro and Ron and their Turning Points. If you were not able to join us, you still can experience this program at your convenience. Just click the button below!
More great news! With your help, we met our Match! Thanks to the generosity of six very special supporters, thirty-three sponsors and hundreds of donors, we have been able to surpass our goal! Thank you for helping us raise more than $230,000! As our work grows exponentially due to the pandemic, we can continue to sustain the life-saving programs of The Lord’s Place because of you. If you haven’t had a chance to donate, please consider making your gift today! Donate here and help those we serve reach their Turning Point and end their cycle of homelessness right here in Palm Beach County!
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.
The Palm Beach Post October 23, 2020 By: Tony Doris They're at bus stops, belongings crammed into sacks. They're on the scruffy side of the Great Lawn, on benches obscured by shrubs, sharing a bottle. They're about to have lots of company, from people who've never been there …
The Palm Beach Post By Tony Doris Sunday, August 23, 2020 Cop tries to aid, not judge, prostitutes Once down and out, West Palm detective knows life on Broadway WEST PALM BEACH ? Not so many years ago, Sarah, her three brothers and their parents lived on the streets of …