Shelter serves Christmas breakfast to more than 600 families in need
All attendees received a Christmas stocking with small gifts and essentials.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla – Sulzbacher volunteers, and staff served up holiday breakfast to approximately 600 people on Christmas morning. All attendees received a Christmas stocking with small gifts and essentials.
Following breakfast, more than 60 homeless children living at Sulzbacher Village gathered with their parents to meet Santa.
Cindy Funkhouser, President and CEO of Sulzbacher, said she is overwhelmed with the outpouring of love this holiday season.
“We are grateful to each individual who volunteers and sacrifices their own Christmas morning to spend it serving the homeless. I thank all of our advocates who worked tirelessly to brighten the Christmas season for our residents.”
About the center:
Sulzbacher provides the opportunity for homeless men, women and children to achieve a better life. The comprehensive services include street outreach, daily meals, safe shelter, case management support, veteran’s services, job training and job placement, medical care and permanent housing.
Every day, Sulzbacher is home to more than 500 members of our community – most of whom are women and children. For more information, visit www.sulzbacherjax.org
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