Faith Communities to End Homelessness(FCEH)

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Angela Wheeler Edison shared these notices from the Hunger and Homeless Coalition of Collier County:
Faith Communities to End Homelessness(FCEH) is a community based advocacy group consisting of members from the faith community whose efforts are aimed at preventing and ending homelessness in Collier County by 2020

Did you know?

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Did you know? Homelessness is both a statistical and a personal reality for many families, veterans, and a growing number of school children – yes, even in Naples, Florida.
In Collier County a family needs to earn $18.44 per hour in order to afford a modest rental, two bedroom home.
In 2013, Collier reported 396 homeless adults and 1,054 public school students as homeless, an increase in both groups from 2012. The school numbers include families that are doubled up in housing due to economic hardship.

Inocente: raise awareness about youth homelessness


Inocente is an inspiring story of a 15-year old girl who refuses to let homelessness define her. The Hunger & Homeless Coalition of Collier and FCEH bring this film to our community to raise awareness about youth homelessness and share its message of hope.
Saturday, November 16, 2-4 pm Vanderbilt Presbyterian Church 1225 Piper Boulevard Naples, Florida
The Screening is free, however, seating is limited. Please RSVP to

Hunger & Homeless Coalition

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We are planning to attend the following events:
Tues, Nov 5th at Parkside Elementary, 3:30- 6pm, 5322 Texas Ave, Naples

Wed, Nov 13, 4-6 pm
Outreach to individuals and families experiencing homelessness & hunger Hygiene items will be distributed and Harry Chapin Mobile Food Pantry
Tree of Life Church
2132 Shadowlawn Drive, Naples

Nov 14th at Golden Gate Elementary, 3:30- 6pm, 4911 20th Pl SW, Naples

Fri, Nov 15,
10am-12pm, 5-7pm
Youth Haven Drop-In Center
Open House: Visit Collier County’s Drop-In Center
for Homeless and Runaway Youth and learn how you can get involved.
5867 Whitaker Road, Naples.,

Guadalupe Center


This group does great work providing children with a different path than their parents walked. The mission of the Guadalupe Center is to break the cycle of poverty by providing educational, social, and other support programs and resources.

Early Childhood Education, Guadalupe After-School Program, Tutor Corps, Special Support Programs 5 Ways You Can Help Support the Guadalupe Center Make a financial donation – Become an Advocate for the Children of Immokalee – Take a Tour – Visit our Resale Shop – Volunteer Your Time. For more information on these programs and others, visit or call 239.658.1999