‘Home at Tamarind’ to house six persons with developmental disabilities who are homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless
West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio will join Gulfstream Goodwill Industries representatives, in cooperation with Palm Beach County, GL Homes, Quantum Foundation, and Florida Housing Finance Corporation, for a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate ‘Home at Tamarind’
. When complete, ‘Home at Tamarind’
will house six persons with developmental disabilities who are either homeless or on the verge of becoming homeless. Gulfstream Goodwill Industries will provide case management and support services, so they will be able to live independently.
***In delivering her remarks, Mayor Muoio is expected to underscore the importance of full funding—as recently proposed by Florida Governor Ron Desantis-- for the Florida Legislature’s Sadowski Affordable Housing Trust Fund. ***
Invited speakers include:
- Mayor Jeri Muoio, West Palm Beach
- Mack Bernard, Mayor of Palm Beach County
- Brian Edwards, VP of Marketing and Development, Gulfstream Goodwill Industries
- Armando Fana, Director of Housing and Community Development
- Misha Ezratti, President, GL Homes
- Sabrina Corley, Future Resident
- Keith Kennedy, President & CEO, Gulfstream Goodwill Industries
Friday, February 8, 2019; 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
2100 N. Tamarind Avenue, West Palm Beach, 33401
- Kathleen Walter, City of West Palm Beach Director of Communications; (561) 815-2785.
- Elizabeth Arevalo, Gulfstream Goodwill Director of Marketing; (561) 301-7641.