Tamara Currey, sales associate for Premier Sotheby’s International Realty, hands new house keys to Megan Howell, executive director of Second Heart Homes. Two recently purchased duplexes will house 12 homeless females with mental health issues as part of the nonprofit’s expanded program for women.

Tamara Currey, sales associate for Premier Sotheby’s International Realty, hands new house keys to Megan Howell, executive director of Second Heart Homes. Two recently purchased duplexes will house 12 homeless females with mental health issues as part of the nonprofit’s expanded program for women.

Second Heart Homes, Inc. recently received a $20,800 grant from the Gulf Coast Community Foundation. The grant will add new volunteer coordinator and case manager positions, and support homelessness data collection requirements to help Second Heart Homes better serve its clients and the community. The Sarasota nonprofit aims to help the city’s mentally ill homeless population get off the street and back on their feet.

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