Evans Center Provides Essential Services to Community, Facing Financial Crisis
Evans Center provides fresh food and essential services to community in need
Evans Center, a non-profit organization located in Northeast Palm Bay, is facing a financial crisis. The center, which provides a variety of programs and services to the community, is at risk of having to close its doors permanently.
Evans Center was founded in 2011 by a group of community leaders who wanted to create a space where people could come together to learn, grow, and thrive. The center offers a variety of programs and services, including a community market, a health clinic, and a job training program.
The center is located in a food desert, meaning that there are no grocery stores within walking distance. The community market provides fresh, affordable food to residents who would otherwise have difficulty accessing it. The health clinic provides primary care services to low-income residents. The job training program helps residents find and keep good-paying jobs.
Evans Center is facing a financial crisis due to a combination of factors, including increased operating costs. The center is asking for the community’s help to stay afloat.
A fundraiser will be held on May 6th to raise money for Evans Center. The event will feature live music, food vendors, and activities for the whole family. Donations can also be made online.
The community is rallying around Evans Center and is determined to save the center. They believe that Evans Center is an essential part of the community and that it provides vital services to those who need them most.