Florida AMVET News
One of the Ocala campsites
Checking the morale
A Homeless Veteran sharing Thanksgiving with love ones at V.O.R.R.H.
HELPING OUR HOMELESS IN FRUITLAND PARK, FLORIDA
Sandra Wilbanks once homeless for 5 long years is now living in her own home. She is now a spokesperson for the homeless. Sandra also enjoys visiting the campsites along with V.O.R.R.H
This is a Thanksgiving Dinner that these homeless will never forget.
Kenny & Jolie 2011
Our local Lowes in Mount Dora took the time from there busy schedule to make the Veterans Organization of Resource and Recovery for the Homeless (V.O.R.R.H) very happy by building two sets of bunk beds just before Christmas.
Way to go Mount Dora Lowes!!!!
Lloyd Thorne, left, talks with Sandi, right, at homeless camp in Fruitland Park on Wednesday, May 25, 2011. Lloyd Thorne & Helen Shaut founded the Veterans Organization for Resource and Recovery for the Homeless to rehabilitate homeless veterans from living in the woods to becoming productive members of society. V.O.R.R.H. operates solely on donations and volunteers. "The campsites are growing more and more", said Thorne
Lloyd Thorne, left, and Helen Shaut finish their first raffle at VFW post 8087 in Mount Dora on Wed, May 25th 2011, The drawing was pulled by Mrs. Lori Smith a member of the woman's auxiliary at post 8087. 1st place T.V winner went to Mrs Tonia Snelson and 2nd place winner went to Miss Kay Johnson.
Toney Mobley shares a laugh with Danny Conyers, right, during a lighthearted moment in a group session at the V.O.R.R.H. house in Eustis, Florida
Danny Conyers, left, listens as Lloyd Thorne conducts a group session on the theme of a second chance at the V.O.R.R.H. house in Eustis.
James Hagen, pauses in midday sun for a sip of coffee before starting his day by watering their home grown tomato plants.
Veterans Organization of Resource and Recovery for the Homeless