ST. Matthew's House Inc

Rating: 4.71 stars   7 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:

Homeless & Housing


2001 Airport Road S Naples FL 34112 USA


The Mission of St. Matthew's House is to change lives in a spiritual environment that is both compassionate and disciplined, as well as provide housing for the homeless and food for the needy.


In FY 2013 215 individuals on average called St. Matthew's House home each night. We served over 300,000 hot meals and distributed over 8,000 bags of groceries. Our Administrative costs account for only 5% of our total expenditures and our Social Enterprises covered 92% of that expense.

Direct beneficiaries per year:

8000 bags of groceries, 376,000 hot meals served, 215 individuals call us home each night


1) We are the only free feeding ministry in Naples. 2) Food Pantry: 3) Homeless shelter for men, women and families 4) Substance Abuse Live-In Recovery Program and a Women's Recovery Program 5) Transitional Apartment Housing: 46 apartments. We maintain 2 Social Enterprises that provides on the job training for residents and contributes toward operating expenses: - Two Thrift Stores in Naples, One in Bonita Springs & One in Immokalee - SMH Catering

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Reviews for ST. Matthew's House Inc

Role: General Member of the Public
Rating: 5 stars  

My family has been forever changed by the commitment of Justin's place to change the lives of those that others have considered hopeless. I have been a front line witness to Gods grace and boundless mercy embodied in the St Matthews Programs.
I cannot thank each of the doners or volunteers personally, but please know your efforts have saved our family. We are so blessed, all hope had been lost, but then total strangers made us family and restored us. Thank you

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