Bishop Thomas Masters interviews Hero’s for Humanity from the City of Riviera Beach. Jeff is the founder of this non profit. This non profit organization dress up and attend hospital, foster homes dressed like super hero’s. (Black Panther, Batman, Superman etc.) They visit the kids and also help the parents out with groceries. The organization opened up a thrift store at 758 N Military trail . They have furniture, clothes and items. The monies that s made is to help with the non-profit.
About 1,400 people in Palm Beach County were identified as homeless in 2019 , up almost 100 from the previous year but down from 1,607 in 2017. The current count reflects a 24 percent drop in family homelessness and a 9 percent decrease in homeless veterans. The statistics remain grim. The number of homeless children in Palm Beach County, as measured by the School District, grew from 3,347 in 2016 to 4,415 in 2018. Bishop Thomas Masters talks to Jeff who is the founder of Hero’s for Humanity from the City of Riviera Beach. Hero’s for Humanity is a non profit organization that helps the community, they are known for dressing up as super hero’s and attending hospitals. (Black Panther, Batman, Superman etc.) Hero’s for Humanity recognizes the areas in the community that are in need, and they take the proceeds from their thrift shop to help in many different aspects, such as helping the homeless, veterans, and victims of domestic abuse.