2017 marks the 30th year the Poverello “Eat Well” Center has provided life-saving food and basic life essentials to Broward County youth, women and men living with HIV/AIDS, all of whom are at or below 250% of the Federal Poverty Level.  Each year, the food pantry serves about 3,000 eligible Broward County residents living with HIV/AIDS. 2017 also marks the year that Poverello begins serving people in our community who have other critical/chronic illnesses on a limited basis. As more funding is identified, these other populations will increasingly be a part of what we provide.

We’re proud to be one of the only specialty food pantry’s in the nation to offer medically tailored groceries for a healthy menu to people with critical/chronic illnesses. Food and groceries provided by Poverello’s food pantry amount to nearly half a million meals over the course of the year.

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Congratulations on your Volunteer of the year award Mitch Bloom, Poverello board member! Pictured left to right:... https://t.co/b5QGO3E4zS
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Thursday April 13th 8-10pm (doors open at 7:30pm)
Join us on Thursday at Hunters Fort Lauderdale for Poverello's... https://t.co/iv5YdBb2g1
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The Poverello Center, Inc., was originally founded in 1987 by Father Bill Collins to feed people who at the time... https://t.co/dNR6s3bZYx