Never too young to make a difference!

For the last five years, Kathy Bradshaw, Director of Children’s Ministry at First United Methodist Church Winter Park (FUMCWP), has shown our clients that a person of any age or stature can make… Continue reading

Changing lives – much more than a faceless cause

Guest blogger Mike Miller, President of Miller Air Group and Coalition Board member, was anxious to share why he supports the Coalition and the work we do. Thank you, Mike, for all you… Continue reading

Her Perception was Changed by their Reality

We’re excited to feature guest blogger Chrissie Majewski from Orlando Health.  She generously volunteered her time last month to record our historic move into the new Men’s Service Center. June 25, 2014 started… Continue reading

Thanks to Carroll Adams, Furniture Furthers Pride

  Furniture provides many things: the option to be organized, the ability to rest our feet, the opportunity to safely store our belongings, and so much more. And furniture most definitely provides part… Continue reading

Fundraising Friday: Meet Tom

Tom is a retired naval officer who teaches middle school in Orlando, Florida. Starting today, July 4, he will be voluntarily homeless for 30 days.   Why would anyone voluntarily become homeless? He… Continue reading

Do you live here or work here?

(By: Angela Fonseca) Angela Fonseca is the Coalition’s Communications Coordinator. As a new employee responsible to inform others about the Coalition and its resources, she has a fresh set of eyes regarding homelessness.… Continue reading

Why are some young adults homeless?

We’re excited to share a guest blog by Alyssa Mullins, a University of Central Florida Department of Sociology graduate student.  Alyssa led a team of fellow graduate student researchers in conducting a very… Continue reading

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2014

Every year, World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is June 15. Elder abuse is similar to homelessness in the fact that you know it exists but you might not realize that it’s your neighbor who’s… Continue reading

“Deserving Young Women” of yesterday and today

A little bit of history for Throwback Thursday!  The Coalition for the Homeless Women’s Residential and Counseling Center (WRCC), located on Hillcrest Street at Magnolia Ave., traces back to 1921.  That’s when a… Continue reading