Christmas Fundraiser — Thank You!

On December 26, 2019 we held a fundraiser at Cafe Eleven in St. Augustine to help fund Home Again St. Johns’ Operations. Entertainment was provided by MEDICINE SPRINGS / JORDAN TICE / CORY & TYLER WALKER. 

A huge thank you to all who joined us this evening, what a great way to end the year on a positive note! We will be posting more events going on in 2020 that we hope you can attend to help our community!

Event Information


Take a break from holiday frenzy and enjoy a night of musical excellence at the Café 11 to benefit the homeless. One of the most amazing guitarists you are likely to hear anywhere- Nashville-based JORDAN TICE will be performing. A songwriter and singer with a unique style that derives from a wide range of musical sources. Also performing will be Florida born and raised, brothers CORY & TYLER WALKER bring their world-class talents to this years event. From Tim O’Brian, Doyle Lawson, Dailey and Vincent, Mountain Heart, Ricky Skaggs, to the stage of the Ryman Auditorium, banjoist Cory Walker’s resume is truly remarkable. The beloved GATORBONE BAND rounds out the program with their homegrown Americana/Roots sound, and joining them will be their special guest SCOTT ANDERSON.
One hundred percent of ticket sales will go to Home Again St Johns, an organization that has been providing counseling, education, and job hunting assistance to the County’s homeless population since 2011. The group also facilitates the Dining With Dignity Program, which coordinates churches and community groups to provide meals 365 days a year to the hungry of St Augustine.

If you would like to learn more about the services we offer to the St. Johns Community or would like to donate please visit our website to learn more:

Founded in 2011, Home Again St. Johns is a non-profit organization coordinating a multi-agency system to positively effect and alleviate homelessness in St. Johns County through the active engagement of those residents experiencing homelessness: individuals, families, veterans, and as well as the community as a whole, working together in supporting their return to self-sufficiency.

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