NBC 6 News: Students Distribute Baskets to Formerly Homeless Veterans

A group of sophomore high school students from Miami’s Christopher Columbus High School presented dozens of “house-warming” baskets to formerly homeless veterans moving into their new apartments at Carrfour Supportive Housing’s Liberty Village community. Baskets included essential household items needed when moving into a new home, such as laundry detergent, cleaning supplies and tools, paper towels, sheets, batteries, etc.

Liberty Village is a permanent supportive housing community consisting of 60 units at 5329 NW 17th Avenue in Miami's Liberty City neighborhood. Forty-eight of the development's units are designated for formerly homeless veterans and their families. No less than 25% of units are provided to residents earning 33% or less of the AMI, with the remainder provided to households earning 60% or less of the AMI.