All Saints Soup Kitchen started in 1990 with an English Mass, then a Spanish Mass not too far behind. Mass was held in 1 room altered with chairs and a small refrigerator. One night, Father Bob began feeding PBJ sandwiches, chips and a Coke to the poor. The next night, he set up tables and they were off to serving food to the poor, daily. They’ve relocated twice and are currently well established at 3350 Powerline Rd. This Mission was humbly built with benches that don’t match, exposed light bulbs, an unassuming altar in front and donated paint, inside and out. In 2013 they had a fire and did not have insurance. God answered the call by leaving a picture of His Son untouched by the flames over the altar and a figure of woman in ash on the wall (Virgin Mary). They received enough donations to build back immediately. Their insurance turned out to be God.
The soup kitchen feeds every day at 4pm to all people, all types, all races, all religions. They feed freely without preaching to anyone. They believe the best message is a message of love in action. They are blessed to have many volunteers to serve breakfast and dinner daily. They offer showers, shoes, clothes, toiletries, some medications and much more.
The mission of Broward House is to improve the quality of life for individuals impacted with chronic health challenges, including HIV, by providing pathways to wellness. We welcome people of all backgrounds, genders, races and sexual orientations. We serve individuals with no income and no insurance as well as individuals who are fully insured and have income. Our goals are simple: to support the health and stability of each individual who walks through our door with a plan unique to their goals.
The agency embraces a responsibility to be a leader in the community. This leadership is actualized through prevention, education, and service in order to reduce the number of individuals becoming infected by HIV, increasing the number of individuals living with HIV receiving care, and reducing stigma in our community. While Broward House began its mission by providing housing, and it remains a core component of services, it is realized that individuals require an array of support services for true healing to occur. It is this philosophy that has led to the expansion to a full array of support, behavioral health, prevention and health care services.The soup kitchen feeds every day at 4pm to all people, all types, all races, all religions. They feed freely without preaching to anyone. They believe the best message is a message of love in action. They are blessed to have many volunteers to serve breakfast and dinner daily. They offer showers, shoes, clothes, toiletries, some medications and much more.
Saving Sage Animal Rescue Foundation is a not for profit, 501(c)3 animal rescue organization run solely by volunteers since 2014.We dedicate our time to the most urgent, abused, and neglected animals in South Florida. We work diligently to change the world for animals through our youth educational programs, tackling the growing overpopulation crisis in our community, and helping to provide microchip scanners and training to various police departments in an effort to reunite lost pets and keep them out of our local shelters.
Recognizing that the entire LGBTQ community has the right to quality care, our mission is to provide critical life assistance and professional mental health services with an emphasis on economically disadvantaged, marginalized youth, adults and seniors in the greater South Florida metropolitan area.
SunServe is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit social services agency serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) community in South Florida. We provide high quality, culturally relevant care for all with an emphasis on those in financial need, minorities, youth, seniors, HIV+ persons, and those with life-challenging physical or emotional conditions. We also offer myriad education and training services.