2018 Boley Centers’ Staff Appreciation Dinner – AWARD WINNERS!

This past weekend gave staff at Boley Centers an opportunity to relax and enjoy our annual staff recognition dinner at the St. Petersburg Country Club. We love all of our staff members and would not be the strong service and housing provider we are today without them. Please join us in recognizing this year’s award winners…


Luz Nolasco-Warfield

Support Services
Jeffrey Dancil

Vocational Employment, Youth & Veterans Services
Gregory Lewis-Seals
Tasheika Rivera
Denise Szulis

Residential & Supported Housing
Dorothy Burbank
Donathan Cook
Christopher VanDuesen

Supported Living
Elizabeth Tolli

Day Services
John Pate

Homeless Services
Diane Harrell
Bernard Roof
Joan Walter

Eric Intravaia

Joy Coleman

John German

Robert Parks

Esther Thorp – Employee Choice / Team Spirit Award Winner
Angela Levak

Tracey Smith


You Spoke, We Listened! Boley Centers’ YOUR Neighborhood Store to Remain Open…

Boley Centers’ YOUR Neighborhood Store was slated to close on June 30th but we have one more chance to keep the store in the community so PLEASE help us spread the word about the store by LIKING and SHARING the page below.  We also really need your donations right now!  Please donate your gently used items!  YOUR Neighborhood Store was opened 15 years ago to help Boley with our mission to serve and support some of the most vulnerable individuals and families in our community.  We need your help to get the word out about this great store that helps so many people in our community, so please link to our Facebook Page below and help us spread the word and the love!


Penny for Pinellas at Work

Penny for Pinellas is hard at work in our community and is helping Boley Centers to provide more affordable housing for individuals who are homeless, including Veterans.  Penny for Pinellas funds the Pinellas County Land Assembly Fund which paid for the land where we currently have 16 units under construction on Clam Bayou in St. Petersburg.  Construction is expected to be complete toward the end of the year and the new units will be called Poynter Preserves.  To learn more about Penny for Pinellas, visit http://www.pinellascounty.org/penny/.

Florida Governor Rick Scott Appoints Jack Humburg to Task Force on Affordable Housing

We are pleased to announce that Florida Governor Rick Scott has appointed five people to his Task Force on Affordable Housing.

One of those five is Jack Humburg who is Boley Centers’ Executive Vice President of Housing, Development, and ADA Services. Jack received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Ball State University. He fills a vacant seat and is appointed for a term beginning August 25, 2017, and ending January 1, 2018.

Congratulations Jack!

Be a Good ‘Burger!

We are honored and excited to be nominated for a #GoodBurgerStPete award in the “Community Conscious” category.  The Good ‘Burger Awards celebrate and recognize outstanding organizations that are making a positive impact on the St. Petersburg community.

Please be a Good ‘Burger yourself and cast your vote for Boley Centers and other well-deserving #GoodBurgerStPete nominees at stpete.com/GoodBurger between July 24 and August 18, 2017.

Boley Centers Earns Guidestar Silver Status

Boley Centers, Inc. received the GuideStar Nonprofit Profile Silver level logo, a leading symbol of transparency and accountability provided by GuideStar, the world’s largest source of information on nonprofits. The logo demonstrates Boley Centers’ deep commitment to nonprofit transparency and accountability.

In order to be awarded the Silver logo, Boley Centers had to fill out every required field of our nonprofit profile on www.guidestar.org for that level of participation.

We hope you will check us out and tell us what you think: https://www.guidestar.org/profile/59-1290089.

Annual Point in Time Homeless Survey

The annual Point in Time (PIT) count took place on January 24, 2017, extending throughout Pinellas County, with the help of more than 350 volunteers.  Boley Centers served as the southern Pinellas County deployment center which handled about 65% of the volunteers.  Volunteers collectively completed 1,795  surveys, starting at 5am at day labor sites through 8pm that night.  211 Pinellas is hard at work entering all of the data that was collected in preparation for researchers who will interpret and analyze this year’s data.  To read the results of the 2016 count, visit http://www.pinellashomeless.org/Portals/0/PIT%20REPORT%202016-May%2031%202016.pdf and of course, check back with us soon for results from this year’s survey.

2017 Point in Time Homeless Survey video