VERO BEACH, FL.- Coldwell Banker Paradise recently donated $1,000 to the men working hard to turn their lives around at Camp Haven
Camp Haven is an Indian River Transitional home that provides living opportunities and an education to men trying to escape homelessness. They hope to transform the lives of homeless men by providing a safe environment that helps break free from despair. They physically train the residents to re- enter society and become active members of the community through vocational training and life skills classes. This unique way of teaching allows Camp Haven to be the only shelter of its kind in Indian River County.
“I remember when Camp Haven was just a dream,” recalled Judy Scott Graziosi. “And Lalita was sharing with me how much it meant to her to create a place where homeless men could go for help, safety and support in starting over. At that time it felt impossible but she persisted and as she would tell you, only with God’s help did she succeed in attracting the right people and accomodations to make this dream reality.”
Graziosi proudly handed over the check on behalf of Coldwell Banker Paradise agents from the US 1 Vero office and Steve and Linda Schlitt to help those who are trying to help themselves.