Local Architect Helps Build Resumes for Homeless

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Designer of healing places helps homeless build new lives by Wayne Washington Palm Beach Post   Despite 2020’s gloom, there have been glimmers of light to give us reasons to stop, think and exhale. Yes, a global pandemic has dominated headlines, crushed businesses and left so many families heartbroken. But the year also brought sunshine …

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The Lord’s Place’s Targets COVID Caused Homelessness

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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 before… Click here for the full article.

West Palm Detective Serves With Compassion

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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 West Palm Beach. “It’s really …

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Local Teens – Making a Difference

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delraynews – September 1, 2020 By: Jan Engoren Contributing Writer Local teens awarded $10,000 to provide hygiene kits to those in need   You’ve heard of Hello Kitty, and now thanks to rising seniors at Spanish River High School, Nishah Jaferi and Jonathan Beres, both 17, you may hear of their winning initiative – Hello …

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