Larry Dixon realized that the homeless deserve to be treated as a whole-mind, body, and spirit. Working in his church's soup kitchen, he saw that there was an absence of laughter in their lives. And since laughter is often the best medicine, he got right to work- becoming a clown to bring joy and humor into their lives.
Larry spends approximately 40 hours each week caring for the homeless-even sleeping on the streets to learn more about their needs. He has directly recruited over 60 volunteers, and even spends family vacations seeking new ways to provide for the homeless.
First Coast News