Colonial Manor residents show charity begins in the neighborhood Since Suzanne and Joe Honeycutt moved to their friendly little house with the yellow door…Read More
For one Avondale resident, charity meant giving up her king-size bed to sleep in her closet so 25 strangers who had just suffered enormous personal tragedy could take refuge in her home. For a San Marco couple, it meant rallying nearby neighbors to welcome a family of strangers with a sick child to the neighborhood for three months, when there was no room available at Ronald McDonald House.
In both cases it is clear that for some big-hearted Jacksonville residents, charity begins at home and also extends out to the neighborhood.
It’s one thing to open your home to a horde of relatives, but to willingly turn over your entire house to strangers may be…Read More