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Anthony Zorbaugh

With a vast background in working with not-for-profit organizations, Anthony Zorbaugh joined The Source, a Christian-based outreach center that serves the homeless and poor in Indian River County Florida, in May 2017 as Executive Director.

His recent outreach, on behalf of The Source, has extended 500-miles across the state in 2020 to assist families hit by Hurricane Sally in Pensacola, Florida, as well as a flight to the Bahamas with a plane filled with food and other necessary supplies after several storms devastated the area. A trip to a Ministry in Flint, Michigan followed, offering advice to help their homeless and needy, and most recently, sent food, staff, and supplies to Miami FL following the condominium collapse.

Anthony has received local and national recognition for his implementation of a wide array of Dignity programs and services for his clients with, among others, Dignity Bus, Dignity Culinary Training Program (to certify clients for employment), Dignity Smiles (a dental restoration program), and is currently working on Dignity Village, a multi-acre community offering affordable housing, activity space for dining, praying and life skill training. Under Tony’s leader-ship, The Source gives options, alternatives, new ways of thinking, and helping people out of homelessness rather than perpetuating it.

For more information on The Source, visit www.iamthesource.org.
You can also follow The Source on Facebook and Instagram.


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