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Thank you to our many private and corporate sponsors:

SVdP CARES thanks Publix Super Markets Charities for its recent significant gift through its Partnership to End Homelessness & Hunger program; and for the continuous volunteer hours given through Publix Super Markets employees.  Together, SVdP CARES and Publix Super Markets Charities are working to end homelessness, and lift people out of poverty.  

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Franklin Templeton Ending Homelessness $10,000 grant awarded to SVdP CARES for 2017-2018.
This grant enhanced the services offered through the CARE Center, an emergency shelter program for individuals experiencing homelessness.  The services included assisting persons making the transition to permanent housing or linking individuals to rapid re-housing programs for which they are eligible.
SVdP CARES wishes to thank Franklin Templeton and the employees at 100 Fountain Pkwy N, St. Petersburg, FL 33716.  Franklin Templeton has been a valued partner of SVdP CARES since 2009.  They regularly volunteer by serving meals at our Food Center and assist in food donations and volunteer projects to beautify our campus.

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Community Partnerships

City of St. Petersburg

Pinellas County

Veterans Administration

Community Health Centers of Pinellas

United Way of Tampa Bay

211 Tampa Bay Cares

Catholic Charities

St. Pete Free Clinic

Winn-Dixie  Supermarket

DayStar Life Center

Suncoast Center

Doubletree Hilton

United Methodist Cooperative Ministries

Pinellas County School District

Juvenile Welfare Board

Personal Enrichment for Mental Health Services

Directions for Living

CareerSource Pinellas

Bay Area Legal Services

Gulfcoast Legal Services

ServiceSource/Abilities Foundation

Boley Centers

Homeless Emergency Project

Pinellas Safe Harbor

 

SVDP also participates in countywide collaborations with the Homeless Leadership Board, the St. Pete Homeless Task Force, the 25 Cities Initiative, Tampa Hillsborough Homeless Initiative, and the Tampa Bay Information Network (TBIN) Task Force.