Salvation Army clinical program manager Myrna Molinari cradles Nelson Jimenez, 5, while his mother Sarah Oliva, background left, prepares food for her other children at Cafe of Life in Bonita Springs on Thursday.  Cafe of Life's lease has been renewed through the end of the year and they will continue to serve at Bonita Springs Community Hall.  The number of individuals being helped through the program has doubled in the past six months with the dramatic downturn in the housing market yet they still do not have a permanent place to call home in Bonita Springs.  Michel Fortier/Staff

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Salvation Army clinical program manager Myrna Molinari cradles Nelson Jimenez, 5, while his mother Sarah Oliva, background left, prepares food for her other children at Cafe of Life in Bonita Springs on Thursday. Cafe of Life's lease has been renewed through the end of the year and they will continue to serve at Bonita Springs Community Hall. The number of individuals being helped through the program has doubled in the past six months with the dramatic downturn in the housing market yet they still do not have a permanent place to call home in Bonita Springs. Michel Fortier/Staff

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