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Making Veterans Whole Again

Making Veterans Whole Again

Making An Impact

157
Homeless Veterans
Served
24
Vehicles Donated
1000
Served WithTemporary Assistance

You Can Make A Difference

More Than 500 Veterans Take
Their Lives In Florida Each Year

How We Help

Stable Housing

We’re building Fort Barnabas  as a bastion of hope and stability in guiding veterans on their path to wholeness.

Employment

Each veteran will work with their mentor and our network of employers to find employment that works with their needs and capabilities.

Mentorship

Every veteran in our program is assigned a single person–an individual who cares and is committed to making their veteran whole again.

Fort Barnabas

Located off of Old Jennings Road in Middleburg, FL, Fort Barnabas will stand as a bastion of hope and stability in guiding veterans on their path to stability. Fort Barnabas will be constructed as a mixture of portable tiny homes, or “Barnabas Bungalows,” and brick-and-mortar condo-style family homes.

We’re Making An Impact

157
Homeless Veterans
Served
24
Vehicles Donated
1000
Served With Temporary Assistance

You Can Make A Difference

More Than 500 Veterans Take
Their Lives In Florida Each Year

How We Help

  • Stable Housing

    We’re building Fort Barnabas  as a bastion of hope and stability in guiding veterans on their path to stability.

  • Employment

    Each veteran will work with their mentor and our network of employers to find employment that works with their needs and capabilities.

  • Mentorship

    Every veteran in our program is assigned a single person–an individual who cares and is committed to making their veteran whole again.


    • “Operation Barnabas helped me instantly, helped me get my family back together, get our own place, our own vehicle, and get whole again.”

      – Jordan
    • “Operation Barnabas is in the trenches walking alongside veterans striving to get back on their feet.”

      – Karla
    • “They truly help veterans seeking aid. No questions asked. Such good people with big hearts.”

      – Natalie

      “Offering A Hand Up Not A Hand Out


      At Operation Barnabas we firmly believe in the philosophy of offering veterans a hand up and not a hand out. Based off the Biblical principles found in 1 Thessalonians 4:11-12, which states “…make it your ambition to lead a quiet life: You should mind your own business and work with your hands, just as we told you, so that your daily life may win the respect of outsiders and so that you will not be dependent on anybody.” Rather than offering veterans a temporary solution, we equip them with the skills, mindset, and confidence to not just escape their current situation but to continue living a stable and successful life–to thrive, not just survive,