Dawning Family Services (fka Apha House of Tampa)

6718 N Armenia Ave, Tampa, Fl 33604, Usa
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Our missionWe create sustainable change in the lives of our community's most vulnerable families.
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Dawning Family Services (fka Apha House of Tampa)

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 Due to COVID-19 Dawning Family Services is currently limited the items we are accepting, and only asking for items that are necesity. We are in need of the following items in this list, and items from our Hurricane Preparedness list below.• Gift cards to local gas stations • Gift cards to Walmart, Publix, Dollar General, and/or Save-A-Lot ($5 increments) • Non-perishable food (canned, cereals) • Twin- and crib-sized (24X36 or 25X36) sheets (may be gently used) • Pillows and pillow cases • Comforters/Blankets (full size) •  Towels and washcloths (may be gently used) • Paper Products: tissues, toilet paper, paper towels • Toothpaste and toothbrushes for adults and children • Body wash • Rubbing alcohol • Hand sanitizer • All-purpose cleaning supplies and bleach (ex – 409 multi surface, Lysol) • Diaper cream • Baby wipes • Over-the-counter medications (Tylenol/Motrin for adults and children) • Vitamin C (immunity kind)
  • In-Kind Donations
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About usDawning Family Services, formerly Alpha House of Tampa, has been serving the homeless since 1981. Until recently, we offered shelter and support services to only pregnant women and women alone with small children — the “maternity home” model. In 2018, our Board of Directors approved a new mission to reflect the agency’s desire to address the growing need we are witnessing to serve families beyond our historic core population. In addition, Dawning Family Services is significantly stepping up efforts to serve the critical need that exists in our community to provide housing stability for all disenfranchised families. This involves increasing the number of our emergency shelter units, expanding the population we serve to include a broader range of family types, and launching a new prevention program to provide basic needs and essential supports. Our newly expanded services will include both residential (emergency shelter) and non-residential (drop-in) services.
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