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  • This is Why We Feed, Shelter, Help and Teach.

    Learn why we feed, shelter, help, teach and do what we do.

  • Volunteers of America of Florida's Programs & Services

    Volunteers of America of Florida fosters lifelong learning and inspires individuals to become contributing members of society. We envision Florida communities where all people live with a spiritual sense of well-being, opportunities for training and employment, and a place to call home.

  • Our Commitment to Veterans

    Since World War I, Volunteers of America has provided direct services to veterans and connected them to other organizations that can help. Medical and social service providers believe the only sure way to give at-risk veterans effective, consistent access to care is to house them first.

  • We're in the Love Business

    Throughout our programs offered nation-wide, one constant in all of them is love. We provide love to people who are in need of a home, food, care for an aging loved one and in many more ways. As our CEO says "We're in the love business."

  • Preventing Hunger and Homelessness

    Food insecurity isn’t always an abstract concept, but rather something some people worry about daily. What we aim to provide clients who come to us is a sense of confidence that even during the worst of times, there are others hard at work to make sure they don’t fall through the cracks.

  • Mike Takes Shelter from the Storm

    Mike went to college, began a career, married the woman he loved and had three beautiful children. He never imagined he'd one day find himself as someone on the other side of his desk… involved in drugs and living on the street, desperately seeking help to restore his life.

  • Personal Care Services

    Volunteers of America believes that every senior should have as many options as possible around the care they need wherever they call home. Watch as our residents and service coordinators discuss the benefits of the in-home personal care services offered by the organization.

  • Providing Permanent Supportive Housing for Previously Homeless Veterans

    Hope Manor, located in Chicago, serves the unique needs of today's Veterans by providing them with a broader and more flexible continuum of resources in one location.

  • No Matter Who You Are, It's Not Easy Talking About Aging

    As Volunteers of America continues to move boldly forward with its focus on aging issues, a public service announcement (PSA) campaign launched featuring Joan and Melissa Rivers.

  • Coming Back Home - Residents Affected by Hurricane Katrina Return Home

    Hurricane Katrina, which hit New Orleans on August 29, 2005, damaged more than 300,000 homes, affected the lives of 650,000 Louisiana residents, displaced 183,000 kids and 45,000 residents aged 75 and older. The storm and its aftermath were beyond devastating. Watch a moving documentary about the residents moving back into their new home in their beloved, beautiful city.