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October 27th, 2020

Orlando nonprofit SALT gets $250K grant 

As a wave of unemployment and evictions swells up on Central Florida’s horizon, Orlando is investing in homeless outreach groups to help those most affected by the economic implications of COVID-19.

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By: Orlando Sentinel

March 10th, 2020

FUMC hosts SALT Outreach shower trailer 

SALT Outreach is helping the homeless through their SALT Shower Trailer. They partnered with Downtown Orlando’s First United Methodist Church hosted the SALT Shower Trailer for the first time on Tuesday, March 10th as the COVID19 pandemic was beginning to worsen in Orlando.

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By: The Community Paper

April 19th, 2019

Freshening up the homeless, Orlando group 'SALT' creates mobile hygiene center for upcoming interviews

Mario Perez doesn’t have a car to take him places or a home to call his own.

But he nailed down a job interview this week, and he’s going to look sharp for it, thanks to SALT; a Christian millennial group of volunteers dedicated to helping Orlando’s homeless freshen up.

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By: Orlando Sentinel

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October 8th, 2020

Helping the Homeless

in Florida

Eric Camarillo, 31, is running the biggest mobile homeless center in Orlando, Florida — a ministry he started nine years ago as a way to get young Adventists involved in community service.

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By: Spectrum Magazine

January 12th, 2020

OUC debuts energy-efficient showers for homeless citizens around Orlando

The Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) said that they have partnered with SALT Outreach Inc. to provide energy-efficient showers to homeless citizens around Orlando. Engineers with OUC reportedly worked with SALT to retrofit the trailer with four solar panels to provide about 60 showers per charge.

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By: Fox 35 Orlando

February 20th, 2019

UCF Student Spearheads Nonprofit Dedicated to Addressing Homelessness in Orlando

“I thought I would do all of these things when I graduated in order to have an impact on people,” he says, “but why not do something now?”

Camarillo has used what he’s learned in the classroom to grow the organization and support the community.

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By: University of Central Florida

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September 28th, 2020

UCF students aid local nonprofit SALT

When a group of students saw local nonprofits struggling with issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, they decided to help out the Orlando community.

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By: UCF's NSM Today

April 29th, 2019

Everyday Hero: UCF Grad Creates Organization to Help The Homeless

"The idea for something like SALT came to mind," he explained. "Where we encourage and empower young adults to start their own outreach project and help support them to help it to grow."

SALT, or Service and Love Together, has grown since Camarillo founded it in 2011.

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By: Spectrum News 13

August 23rd, 2018

Group hopes Shower Trailer can help combat homelessness in Downtown Orlando

A shower trailer will soon be available to homeless people in downtown Orlando. Eric Camarillo -- president of SALT, which stands for Service and Love Together -- said he hopes it will change lives. "We've done surveys with the homeless, and some who are actively looking for a job haven't showered in three months," he said. "You can't get a job if you can't shower."

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By: WFTV Channel 9 News

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