The culinary team from The Source Ministries won 1st Place for their wings at the Florida Craft Brew & Wingfest, presented by the Sunrise Rotary of Vero Beach.
“The Source is dedicated to transforming lives in our community. We believe that if you have the ability to work, then we will help you find gainful employment in our community,” Anthony Zorbaugh, The Source Ministries Executive Director, told Sebastian Daily.
Zorbaugh says their wings are called Mo Wings, dedicated to former assistant director Maureen Archer who passed away.
The wings are from its Food Trucks, which has been to Riverview Park in Sebastian during events. We’ll let you know when the truck comes back to Sebastian. But in the meantime, you can visit their food truck seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Jaycee Park in Vero Beach.
The non-profit organization has programs to help unemployed men and women replace limited skills and homelessness with new careers. It’s a six, twelve, or 16-week training program to boost basic skills needed in the food services industry to obtain a job.
The Source also provides a weather shelter on their 36-bed Dignity Bus. It’s the only emergency shelter that operates 365 days a year. Some of the other programs they offer are Dignity Catering, Dignity Foods, Dignity Desserts, Dignity Smiles, and Dignity Income Opportunity.
Not long ago, The Source purchased the Pelican Island Cottages, which changed to Dignity Village, a motel/hotel offering affordable housing. They have since completely renovated the cottages.
The Source has been one of the most successful non-profits in Indian River County, with a proven track record in helping to end homelessness through various programs.