and his family were participants in the Resurrection House
program from 2002-2005. We’re thrilled to share that
William has entered St. Petersburg College and tells us he
We are proud of William and all he has
accomplished. We know the support through tutoring,
counseling, education, and caring while living at
Resurrection House helped William be the great young man he
and her daughters Elizabeth and Julia are
standing in our beautiful courtyard as they model their new
outfits from Dignity U Wear, a foundation started by
noted philanthropist and humanitarian Henri Land-wirth.
Dignity U Wear creates primary partnerships with key
manufacturers and retailers who provide new clothing that
is then collected and stored by Dignity U Wear.
partnership with local Stein Mart stores,
Resurrection House participants are recipients of this
brand new clothing. This means adults and kids can work or
go to school feeling great about themselves because they
know they’re looking good!