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Ending Homelessness Breakfast Returns In Person

By November 7, 2022November 8th, 2022In the News
GL Homes teams up with The Lord's Place.

(Left to right) GL Homes Senior Director of Community Relations Sarah Alsofrom, The Lord’s Place CEO Diana Stanley and GL Homes President Misha Ezratti sit on the staircase of The Lord’s Place new 25,000 square-foot facility, which will be completed in 2023. 

Photo credit: Tracey Benson Photography

After going virtual for the past two years due to the pandemic, The Lord’s Place celebrates its 15th Annual Ending Homelessness Breakfast in person with GL Homes as the presenting sponsor.
 
When The Lord’s Place was founded more than 40 years ago, its mission was simple: Help those who had fallen on hard times – and homelessness – get back on their feet.
 
“No one should have to worry about whether they will have food on their plates or a roof over their heads,” said GL Homes President Misha Ezratti. The reality is that hunger and homelessness are widespread problems that affect far too many people. Through housing, job training, employment and comprehensive social services, The Lord’s Place gives its clients hope – and a brighter future.”
 
The Lord’s Place
The Lord’s Place works to break the cycle of homelessness in Palm Beach County for men, women, children and families.