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A 2017 family success story
A 2017 family success story Wed, Dec 06, 2017 A baby girl born into homelessness last December is celebrating her first birthday in her family's new apartment in Daytona Beach. Read More

You hold the keys!
You hold the keys! Fri, Dec 01, 2017 Today we launch our Year-end Campaign, focusing on success stories from 2017 that prove your help is the key to ending family homelessness. Read More

Builders to the rescue!
Builders to the rescue! Fri, Nov 24, 2017 Five apartments in Daytona Beach ravaged by flooding in September are expected to be rebuilt and back in service for homeless families with children by the holidays, thanks to donations of materials, labor and expertise from the local construction tr... Read More

Kindness, well done
Kindness, well done Fri, Nov 17, 2017 Thanks to a little tenderness shown by a trucker, paired with a prime cut of compassion from a local businessman, homeless families had ribeye steak for dinner. Read More

Welcome aboard, Calvary Christian
Welcome aboard, Calvary Christian Fri, Nov 03, 2017 Faith-based efforts to help homeless families with children in Volusia County will benefit from an alliance between Family Renew Community and Calvary Christian Center. Read More

Tomoka kids help our kids
Tomoka kids help our kids Mon, Oct 23, 2017 Last year's fourth-graders at Tomoka Elementary School donated proceeds of project to Family Renew Community. Read More

Video from flooding
Video from flooding Fri, Sep 15, 2017 Family Renew Community Maintenance Manager Rich Fitzmaurice did a walk through the day after Hurricane Irma left $50,000 worth of flooding damage to our Daytona Beach apartments for homeless single mothers and their children. Read More

Irma's floodwaters sting
Irma's floodwaters sting Thu, Sep 14, 2017 Hurricane causes $50,000 damage to apartments for homeless single mothers and their children in Daytona Beach. Read More

Handshake was 'huge'
Handshake was 'huge' Fri, Aug 25, 2017 When a relationship ended, J.W. and her 17-year-old son lost their place to live. The only “housing” she could afford was a storage unit. Within days of moving into an apartment at Family Renew Community, the son, whose Asperger's syndrome affects th... Read More

He finally pulled in
He finally pulled in Fri, Aug 25, 2017 The late-model sedan pulled into the driveway of Family Renew Community in Holly Hill, driven by a 40-year-old man in business attire. Executive Director Tony Deobil braced for a sales pitch. Lawrence, though, who had rolled past the entrance on his ... Read More

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