My passion is to empower the under-served in our community, so here I am. That passion stems from a personal place, as I experienced poverty firsthand in my childhood.
In 2013 I gave my son to my sister because I couldn’t take care of him, let alone myself. I stayed in my addiction for 5 years, but I never gave up completely because I wanted my son back in my life.
Marcos and his family of 5 were homeless. Now he has a success story to tell.
“Whenever someone leaves our program—either on a high note or through a cloud of despair—I am confident of this: love changes people. And at New Beginnings, we challenge our staff to love every client.” (Executive Director Stephanie Harris)
Thank you Florida-Bahamas Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, for choosing us as their service project at their annual assembly last month. These 200 churches donated: $926.66 in loose change more than $3,000 in gift cards $600 in checks a whole truckload of in-kind donations, from school supplies to non-perishable food to tents…
An estimated 100,000 people will relocate here from Puerto Rico. Serving on the Hurricane Survivor’s Task force, we’ve identified 5 critical challenges…
The top 5 reasons you volunteer: Team Building, To Make a Difference in People’s Lives, To Support the Organization, School Credit and Community Service
This year has been the most challenging of my last 38 years. I found myself homeless, scared and lost.
Thanks to our presenting sponsor: Thanks to our event sponsors for the evening: Thanks to our Table Sponsors: Clermont Chiropractic Life Center Denise Calderon, CPA Duke Energy SoulFunny Entertainment South Lake Chamber of Commerce Schmid Construction Travis Realty Group United Southern Bank Thanks to our In-kind Donations:…
Joe and Kristin Jamieson Mortgage Team of Success Mortgage Partners give New Beginnings $25 from each of their company’s closings. They presented a check for $3,975 representing 6 months of closings.