Silent auction sneak peek!

Only a few more days until the grooviest party of the year! Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida is very excited about our 18th Annual Hearts of Gold this Friday at Hard… Continue reading

We love our volunteers!

Did you know that April 10 – 16 is National Volunteer Appreciation Week? Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida cannot thank our amazing volunteers enough. Last year, over 17,000 volunteers donated their… Continue reading

New Men’s Service Center – coming mid-2012!

What, Why and When of the upcoming facility for men In May 2009, Coalition for the Homeless, along with the City of Orlando and Orange County Governments, announced some exciting news. With $6.6… Continue reading

Poverty – a permanent condition or not?

According to a report released by the U.S. Census Bureau earlier this month, poverty is not necessarily a permanent condition. In the report titled Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Poverty 2004 – 2006, researchers… Continue reading

A giving spirit starts young

Some of the most frequently asked questions from Coalition supporters are “How can we help?” and “What does the Coalition need?” After mentioning that financial contributions are always appreciated, we refer these wonderful… Continue reading

Fannie Hillman + Associates patio party benefits homeless tykes

We’ve often said that we could not do what we do at Coalition for the Homeless without the help of our community, and that people can have fun while fundraising.  (Hence our annual… Continue reading

Emergency Food & Shelter Program funding in danger. You can help!

We really need your help TODAY! Please take a moment to contact your US Senators and Representatives about preserving federal funds that help meet the needs of the hungry and homeless across the… Continue reading

A new perspective

At significant times in our lives, we experience great triumphs or troubles that can be defined as truly life-changing. For University of Central Florida (UCF) student Tremayne Sirmons, being diagnosed with Type 1… Continue reading

Interacting with the homeless…on Twitter?

For many of us, social media has become an everyday part of our lives. Thanks to Facebook, Twitter and a multitude of blogging websites, we are able to instantly share what we are… Continue reading