Working in partnership with the community to prevent and reduce homelessness through advocacy, housing, job training, and employment

Community Partners lending their support.

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Check Presentation to Clara White Mission Beaver Street Veterans Villas Workforce Vocational Training Initiative from the State of Florida Budget Appropriation. Presentation by Senator Audrey Gibson, Representative Kim Daniels and Representative Tracie Davis.

 

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Wellcare presents Clara White Mission  with a gift of support.

 

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Shepherd of The Woods Lutheran Church continues their support of the Clara White Mission with a generous donation and their time and service.

 

 

VETERANS’ CAMPAIGN PLEDGE KICKOFF

We believe that every veteran deserves a place to call HOME!! Your pledge will assist in ensuring our veterans will have a stable quality of life! YOU can be a part of a visible difference, TODAY!
Checks made payable to the Clara White Mission.
www.clarawhitemission.org
613 West Ashley Street Jacksonville, FL 32202

BEAVER STREET VETERANS VILLA RENDERING

 

 

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Pearls and Cufflinks Registration Here!

 


OUR IMPACT
400
MEALS SERVED EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK
32
HOMELESS VETERANS HOUSED EACH MONTH
150
ACRES OF FRESH PRODUCE IN A FOOD DESERT
76
PERCENT OF STUDENTS HIRED AFTER GRADUATION
HOW YOU CAN HELP
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