When: August 1 – 5, 2017 Where: Marina Jack, Sarasota FL 2 Marina Plaza, Sarasota, FL 34236 What: Manatee-Sarasota Building Industry Association invites you to partner for the 2017 Sarasota Slam in Sarasota, Florida with a donation to our silent auction. This event has become one of Southwest Florida’s most
Please Save the Date: Wednesday, February 15 Doors open at 11:30am
Jeff speaks quietly and confidently about his life. Though he certainly has regrets, he is not ashamed of his past – he accepts it and understands he would not be who he is today without it. Jeff knows that Harvest House, with its residential recovery program, has been a constant
We are so grateful to be working with Bank of America this year through their Basic Human Services partnership! Men and women in Sarasota continue to struggle to provide basic necessities for their families. According to the 2013 Annual Social and Economic Supplement by the US Census Bureau, over 46 million people
Please save the date for our 2016 Home Again Luncheon with MC Tom Tryon! This year the luncheon will be held on Tuesday, February 2nd at Michael’s On East … yes it’s Groundhog Day! Please stay tuned for more information. Invitations will be sent out at the end of December.
Again this quarter we are so pleased with the many successes we’ve seen, but as we enter the critical final months of 2015, we will face an ever-increasing demand for housing that peaks during the holiday season. That demand can only be met with your continued confidence in our efforts,
I really couldn’t tell you where I would be right now if it was not for Harvest House. I don’t know if I would still have my children with me, or if they would be growing up with others. Harvest House has shown me how to accomplish the things I
We had a very successful second quarter at Harvest House, but as recent news articles have shown, the need for services for the men and women who are homeless in Sarasota is greater than ever.
For far too many veterans here in Sarasota County and across this country, joining the military has proven easier than leaving it. To try and cope with the disturbing memories that they bring home, it’s not uncommon for veterans to turn to alcohol, and sometimes drugs, to numb their emotions,