Carrfour Fights Homelessness
Carrfour Supportive Housing, Florida's largest nonprofit affordable housing developer, recently hosted over 200 at an art show at Villa Aurora, its Little Havana property, to celebrate the developer's 20th anniversary. Proceeds benefited the organization's mission to put an end to homelessness in South Florida. Carrfour recently received a grant to fund its Learning Kitchen and Farmer's Market Training Program at Verde Gardens, its property in Homestead. Above, Carrfour vice chair Charles Torres (second from left), with Erick Valderrama, Alexis Leal, Jorge Manilia, Tony Rey, and Lianne Naon.