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Family Village Ribbon Cutting News Coverage

  In Harvest House Family Village, homes for the homeless – Herald Tribune May 10, 2016 Community leaders and partners of Harvest House on Tuesday revealed the renovated housing complex at the 2700 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Way in Sarasota. The homes are designed to offer housing options for vulnerable families

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Sarasota County approves funding request

SARASOTA, Fla. — Harvest House is getting a boost in funding from Sarasota County. County Commissioners voted yesterday to approve a $200,000 funding request. Harvest House will use the money to renovate 8 of the 18 housing units at a complex on Martin Luther King Junior Way, between Tuttle Avenue

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A Recent History of Homelessness.

Lately there has been a fair bit of media coverage on the issue of homelessness in Sarasota and the best way to manage it … Starting back in 2013, Sarasota spent tens of thousands of dollars—and earmarked hundreds of thousands more—agreeing to and then rejecting a solution that offered promise

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2015 News Archives

Sarasota county makes progress with homeless family population – ABC 7 May 29, 2015 A 2013 survey showed there were 350 homeless families with more than 1000 children in Sarasota County. “Sarasota was shocked, to know how many homeless families are right here in our backyard,” said Harvest House official

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2013 News Archives

Harvest on a mission to serve – Herald Tribune July 11, 2013 A self-described “loaves and fishes” ministry, The Harvest strives to “be God’s hands, extended to the community,” said longtime senior pastor Jim Minor … Read More   Church helps fathers find their way again – Herald Tribune June

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2014 News Archives

Season of Sharing: Family pulling back from the brink – Herald Tribune December 13, 2014 The only thing missing from the White family’s Christmas tree is the Green Bay Packers Cheesehead as the topper. Jason White said it’s in the mail courtesy of his mother in Wisconsin — a family

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