Less than one week ago, Ju’Coby Pittman, CEO/President of Clara White Mission, announced that the Mission has been battling to continue providing services to Jacksonville’s homeless, veterans and low-income. Devastating cuts in funding have forced the Mission to reduce feeding the homeless from seven days to five days, with the risk of cutting programs and […]
A 115-year-old Jacksonville nonprofit faces drastic cuts in services if an emergency funding appeal fails to bring in about $425,000 by Aug. 30. The Clara White Mission, which provides meals, job training and other programs for the homeless, has been hit with a 45 percent funding drop, with demand for its services increasing. Without a […]
Dr. Eartha M.M. White honored with the naming of Dr. Eartha M.M.White Parkway.
News 4 Jax – Housing for Veterans The development is designed as a mixed-use commercial and housing development to include supportive services for homeless veteran and low-income. The three-story rehabilitation development will feature housing on the second and third floors, comprising approximately 14,500 square feet, and will provide sixteen (16) fully furnished units. The Veteran’s Administration […]
Mayor Lenny Curry honors Paxon School for Advanced Studies student, Camila Sanchez as the winner of Black History Month Essay Contest entitled “The Ones Who Touch Us” based on the life of Eartha M.M. White. Award presented by Ju’Cobby Pittman, CEO/President of Clara White Mission.
Growing hope at Clara White Mission. The view what is happening on White Harvest Farms click here:
By Beth Reese Cravey Sun, Apr 19, 2015 @ 9:27 pm | updated Mon, Apr 20, 2015 @ 6:35 am Rashard Scott, 9, knows all about go foods and slow foods. He learned about go foods — the healthiest kind, such as an apple — and slow foods — the stuff with added sugar, such […]
Read The Folio Article Posted: Monday, April 6, 2015 1:00 am Caron Streibich For the past eight years, every Friday from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., historic St. Johns Episcopal Cathedral’s Taliaferro Hall has been transformed into a busy lunch venue. The twist: The meal is orchestrated by students from the Clara White Mission’s culinary […]
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — It’s progress unfolding before our very eyes. Come summer, a downtown building will go from a shell to a finished product. “Now we have the funding and are ready to continue it on,” Clara White Mission President and CEO Ju’Coby Pittman said. Click here view Video
LaVilla’s long closed New Center Hotel at 605 North Broad Street is being renovated by nearby Clara White Mission into street level offices and 16 upper level apartment units. Click here to Read More