The family prepares to organize a free Christmas dinner for the community
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – A West Palm Beach family is preparing to open again to ensure everyone in the community has a hot meal on Christmas Day.
Millers will be serving free dinners to those in need, especially the homeless and the elderly, to make sure no one goes hungry on holiday.
Zaveka Miller started the tradition of teaching her four daughters the gift of giving back to others.
“That lesson really resonated with my daughters over the years,” says Miller. “The more blessings we receive, the more we want to give.”
Zaveka Miller teamed up with her brother, Willie Miller, Jr. to coordinate community gatherings.
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For the Millers, goodwill and kindness towards others is part of their family history that continues to be passed down through the generations.
Willie Miller, Jr. “For more than a century,” says our great-grandmothers and great-grandmothers, helping individuals in the community prepare dinners and welcome people into their own homes, so that seeped in. our blood. It’s in our blood. ”
This year marks 10order celebration of the annual Christmas dinner in the Coleman Park neighborhood.
The event will be held from noon to 4pm at 714 23rd St. in West Palm Beach.