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Supported by United Way, Orlando Sentinel and Nativity Catholic Church.

The generous grants from United Way Heart of Florida, the Orlando Sentinel Family Fund and Nativity Catholic Church will support local families in our newest homeless-assistance program. LifeBuilder provides hard-working yet struggling families who have recently faced unforeseen life events with food, clothing, housing and financial assistance, as well as three years of financial and life-skills assistance.


Services given to these families are made possible only through the generous giving of time and funds by our community partners and volunteers. There are a variety of ways business and volunteers can be involved. Please contact us  more information.

The LifeBuilder program is a three-year, multi-services program for families residing in Seminole County, Florida who are currently homeless or on the verge of homelessness (low income). It includes access to job skills training and certification classes, seminars and workshops on finance, nutrition, shopping, employment and life skills.The program offers financial and housing assistance along with on-going case management for one year, and two more years of assistance after candidates successfully complete the first year of the program. 

How does LifeBuilder work?

Who is eligible?

LifeBuilder can help you maintain a stable home.

To request the LifeBuilder Program Application


Teresa Engle





600 N Hwy 17-92, Longwood, FL 32750

Mon - Fri 9am - 3pm

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Homeless or low-income families with children, specifically parents or guardians residing in Seminole County, who work full time, are interested in learning how to make good financial decisions, and who are motivated to make positive changes in their lives. We are currently only accepting 15 families.

Program Requirements

  • At least one parent must work full time and maintain employment throughout program.

  • Families must be able to provide at least three forms of identification, show financial need,   and provide required documentation with submission of their application.

Application Process

To apply, families must complete the LifeBuilder Program Application Form and provide required documentation listed in the application. The application is submitted to The Sharing Center for review. Candidates being considered for the program are contacted and interviewed.


Applications for the 2018-19 LifeBuilder program will be accepted in July.

LifeBuilder homeless-to-stability program.