Saturday, January 27, 2018

Coats and blankets needed for the homeless in Central Palm Beach County. Below is drop-off site for supplies.

Help the homeless in suburban Lake Worth, Village of Palm Springs, City of Greenacres, and the needy in County’s John Prince Park near City of Atlantis
(see map below).

Please note, this is very important: The City of Lake Worth is only responsible for its own public parks. John Prince Park is not in the City of Lake Worth. John Prince Park is in unincorporated Central Palm Beach County (CPBC) and is managed by the County, not managed by the City of Lake Worth.

Now back to helping the homeless:

If you have any used coats, blankets, or sleeping bags drop them off at Saint Vincent de Paul Thrift Store located in the City of Greenacres. This drop-off center is closed today but reopens tomorrow morning at 9:00.

Directions: Take Lake Worth Rd. to Military Trail. Then head north towards the intersection of Military Trail and Bowman Rd. (approx. ½ mile) and look for a “Thrift Store” sign on the left (west) side of the street. For more information call 561-469-7922.

Open Monday–Friday 9:00–5:00; Saturday 10:00–5:00; closed Sunday.

Click on map to enlarge:
St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store is nearby the
Town of Lake Clarke Shores and the Great Walled
City of Atlantis (note: areas shaded white
are unincorporated CPBC)