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Children of Helen Alliance feeds dozens of homeless people

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PRESS RELEASE – Children of Helen Alliance Inc. – a St Lucian civic minded group in Palm Beach Florida, collaborated on Sunday, August 23rd, with PROJECT HOPE at Trinity International Church to provide lunch to approximately 150 homeless citizens in the Lake Worth Area.

This was certainly an eye opener to realize that there are so many people in our community who are in need of help. We as a group certainly hope that we can continue to assist in any way we can to help to feed the homeless.

Project Hope is a ministry within Trinity International Church that has been serving the homeless for the past 21 years.

The project was started since June 1994, headed by Mrs. Missy Armstrong & her husband Mr. Mitch Armstrong.

Project Hope provides breakfast & lunch every Sunday, their also offer showers and clothing to the homeless every day.

Our heart goes out to the individuals behind the project with the support of other volunteers. There is a need within our community and we all should try to make a difference.

My personal quote “Nothing you do is too small to be insignificant”. Every bit of kindness to a human being in need is a calling from a higher power.

Thank you Project Hope for allowing us to be part of this heart moving experience today. We will participate again soon. “Together we achieve the extraordinary”.

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