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- Camillus House hosted its 57th annual Christmas brunch for homeless in South Florida.
- Over 300 people received a warm meal, which included eggs, sausage and plenty of sweets.
Camillus House served about 300 people on Christmas Day – serving a warm, delicious meal to those in need.
Camillus House hosted its 57th annual Christmas brunch on Monday for the homeless in South Florida.
Many volunteers went to the homeless shelter to donate their time to those in need.
“Our parents grew up poor. They did not have much, our grandma did not have much to give them, so we want to help out, said Amelia Jimenez, a volunteer.
Those in attendance enjoyed a delicious brunch which consisted of eggs, sausage and plenty of sweets.
“Times are very difficult,” said Isaac Edwards, a resident of Camillus House. “I thank Camillus House for allowing me to come inside of here to get some meals in and celebrate the holidays.
Leon Ruff, a resident at Camillus House said, “It’s a blessing, it’s just a blessing to be clean and sober and have a place to stay.”