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Yesterday, the Christian world welcomed Palm Sunday, the beginning of Holy Week, when Jesus Christ triumphantly entered Jerusalem and events were set in motion which would lead to His suffering and death on the cross, and ultimately, His glorious resurrection.  This is the most sacred week on the liturgical calendar. ...

ProjectRISE - Reach, Inspire, Sustain, Empower Every single day, hundreds of people come through The Sharing Center’s campus to receive services. Our plaza has quickly become a one-stop shop for each family and individual’s needs. It is The Sharing Center's mission to help those experiencing poverty receive compassionate care.  Our team works...

Faces of Hunger When you think of the face of hunger, do you picture your next-door neighbor? Hunger has no face. It could be the college student who skips a meal once a day to save on money, or the single dad working overtime trying to make means to keep up with...

News Release For more information, Margaux Pagán Director of Marketing & Innovation margaux.pagan@thesharingcenter.org (407) 260-9115 x2115 Ground-Breaking of The Oasis Expansion and $100,000 partnership with Wharton-Smith Foundation  LONGWOOD, FL (February 1, 2022)-- With a dramatic increase in those experiencing hunger and homelessness in Seminole County, The Sharing Center, in partnership with The Wharton-Smith Foundation, has started a...

A Place Of Respite & Refuge The Oasis is the only drop-in resource center in Seminole County where families and individuals experiencing hunger and homelessness can come to receive a warm shower, laundry service, hair cuts, and on-the-go meals.  Those in desperate times can come to The Oasis as a place of...

The Danger of Stigma When asked “What would you say to people who assume every homeless person is dangerous?” In an interview with the Chief of Police for the Longwood Police department, David Dowda, replied, “You have to look at the individual, be cautious about lumping people together under the same...