St Petersburg, FL – 06-10-2016
A single dad loses his job and temporarily moves in with his mom. A teenager lands employment with the Tampa Bay Rays and needs help navigating the process of applying for a personal ID card. A grandmother raising three grandchildren needs a grocery boost to make it to the end of the week.
These are all people recently finding help at Daystar Life Center, 226 6th St. S. St. Petersburg. The non-profit – where 96 cents of each $1 donated goes directly to client services – offers a variety of ways to get past a rough time. Basically, Daystar is there to meet basic needs for families and individuals during a crisis but it’s also there to guide clients towards a better life.
Daystar is itself in need of volunteers to assist in numerous helping hand tasks. The next volunteer information session is at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 19, 2016. Daystar is conveniently located in downtown St. Petersburg at 226 6th St. S.
Can’t make this session? Contact Kitty Rawson, Community Relations Manager, at 727-498-8794 or email@example.com to set up another time. Future volunteer information sessions will take place on the third Tuesday of each month at the agency.
Daystar is known for its direct client services, meaning needs are met often on the spot. Services include: food pantry, clothes closet, local transportation, utility assistance, rent/mortgage assistance, Travelers Aid, personal ID, hygiene needs, online benefits assistance, confidential and secure mail service, USDA food distribution and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA). Daystar also provides information/referrals for others services plus offers haircuts during certain times.
Check out www.daystar.life for additional information.