President/CEO Freddy Clayton and the Board of Directors cut the ceremonial ribbon to open the new $6.2 million men’s facility, Project Hope.
Official groundbreaking ceremony is held at site of new Men’s Home. The $6.2 million project will be completed in early 2018.
Plans are announced for the renovation of the former Parkwood Inn, at 3300 W. Colonial Drive, into a Men’s Home that will feature approximately 200 beds as well as a new chapel and a dining hall.
Family Life Center undergoes $147,500 renovation to create a space designed specifically to meet the unique emotional, academic, and spiritual needs of homeless children.
The Mission agrees to sell the Men’s Home at 410 W. Central Blvd. to the Orlando Magic, pending the location of a site and construction of a new Men’s Home.
Moody Chapel is dedicated on the west end of the Washington Street campus. The 9,000-square-foot facility hosts worship services, Bible studies and other activities for Mission residents.
Iconic neon cross atop the Men’s Home on West Central Boulevard is designated a historic landmark by the Orlando City Council.