Clermont Police once again emerged as champions for the third consecutive year at The Battle For Hope Fundraiser to benefit Find, Feed, Restore.

The friendly challenge between Police Chief Charles Broadway and his Cops vs. State Representative Taylor Yarkosky and his team of State Slayers was both competitive and hilarious. Though they tried, the Slayers were unable to unseat the Champs.

The Battle for Hope is not just a friendly competition; it’s a vital fundraiser for Find, Feed, Restore programs. The funds raised at the event help families in need. 

U.S. Naval Sea Cadets Corps, Clermont Battalion presented the Colors. Community remarks were given by Clermont Mayor Tim Murry and Groveland Mayor Evelyn Wilson.

Wesley Christian Center was filled to capacity! Living Hope Church received the Champion’s Award and U.S. Congressman Daniel Webster gave the invocation. 

Pictured: Brian Broadway, Founder of Find, Feed, Restore; State Rep Taylor Yarkosky; and Chief Chuck Broadway, Clermont Police Department (photo from Find, Feed & Restore)

Find, Feed & Restore empowers families with children facing homelessness or in need of affordable housing through a carefully designed suite of results-driven programs, including Housing First, Affordable Housing, and Homelessness Avoidance

Hannah Grace Gardens offers an affordable rental housing program allowing working families to keep more of their income for other essentials like food, medicine, education, childcare, and transportation while having a safe place to call home. In addition to housing, no-cost financial literacy and homeownership courses will be available to all residents. 

Consider making a donation today. Every dollar brings Find, Feed & Restore closer to providing safe and stable housing for homeless families with children. You can make a difference. You can change a life. Make a donation by clicking the link below.



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