Our Fund Foundation announced today that Poverello was selected as a program they will fund during the spring term of supported local organizations. Poverello’s Eat Well Center program which provides healthy groceries to those who are experiencing chronic or critical illnesses is one of 18 south Florida agencies selected for funding by their Grants Committee. Poverello’s approach that revolves around the belief that Food is Medicine; thus, creating the kind of environment that individuals living with chronic or critical illnesses need “to increase longevity or not exacerbate whatever disease state they have” says Alden Bergeron, Registered Dietitian, Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist.

Alden Bergeron’s position at Poverello is generously funded by the Howard Greenfield Charitable Foundation.

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Poverello Live Well Center shared Homeless Lives Matter Fort Lauderdale's post.6 h ago
Reach out and do something kind with someone who’s homeless today. Remember our shower in our main building is open during business hours for anyone’s use!
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Tonight's movie is Proud Mary.
Refreshments & Popcorn @ 5:30 PM,
Movie starts @ 6 PM.
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Gary showed up to wish Tom a Happy Birthday.
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Thank you, Kelly O'Brien of Coastal Click Photography for these amazing photos of Poverello's pop up Eat Well Center in Jupiter on September 22, 2018.
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Join us at MidiCi The Neapolitan Pizza Company on Friday, October 5, 2018, from 11:00am-11:00pm.
Please tell your server or cashier that you are there for Poverello and 25% of your check with help with health and... https://t.co/Tr9jd2blNJ
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Learning about the great things going on throughout the nation on #FoodisMedicine at the #FIMCSymposium2018 with Board Chair Judith Reichman #Hungerfighter #Poverello — at Hogan Lovells https://t.co/9vRF91nxCp