The Source Receives Congressional Recognition

The Source and two Dignity Food Trucks rolled up to Palm Bay’s Fred Poppe Regional Park on Saturday, December 18th to serve FREE food during the 13th Annual Family Christmas Extravaganza. As one of 60 local businesses and organizations who participated, the Food Truck dished out over 500 filled Dignity Tortilla Bowls to one of the largest free Christmas Party’s on the Space Coast.
Hosted by the House Church and The City of Palm Bay, thousands of people enjoyed a day filled with live entertainment, free popcorn, cotton candy, hot dogs, drinks, bounce houses, horse rides, face painting, giveaways and raffles galore.
Once the food ran out and the day concluded The Source and Dignity Foods, represented by Executive Director Anthony Zorbaugh, his staff and culinary students were honored by Rob Medina, The Mayor of Palm Bay. The Mayor presented the group with a Congressional Recognition Certificate, signed by Congressman Bill Posey, for helping to spread the Christmas Spirit at the event with their donation of free food.

The Source operates from their outreach facility located at 1015 Commerce Avenue in Vero Beach which is open seven days a week. The City of Palm Bay and their enthusiasm towards helping the homeless and less fortunate in their community have joined forces with The Source to expand some of Vero Beach’s successful programs and services there beginning in early 2022. In addition to offering life-changing possibilities to residents in crisis, The Source offers emergency hunger relief, clothing, counseling, support groups, hygiene items, showers, mail and telephone services, benefit referrals, and much more. As first responders, The Source helps provide critical care for physical, spiritual, civic, and social needs. For more information on The Source please visit, or call Executive Director Anthony Zorbaugh, 772-564-0202.