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Myths About Hunger, Homelessness & Poverty

At Daily Bread we serve two of the nation’s most vulnerable populations – the food insufficient and the homeless. These populations are generally low-to-no income and face many barriers to social inclusiveness in the community. Because of these factors, these individuals fall victim to personal judgement by others, ridicule, and myths & stereotypes. Many people believe hungry and homeless individuals are just looking for a “hand out” when in reality, they just need… a “hand up.” Here are more common myths and misconceptions about the hungry and homeless population:

DAILY MEAL SERVICE FOR THE HUNGRY & HOMELESS OF BREVARD COUNTY

In accordance with CDC recommendations in response to the Coronavirus: Meals are being served "to-go" from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm daily until further notice.

Daily Bread
815 E Fee Avenue
Melbourne, Florida 32901


321-723-1060

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