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The goal is to understand the world that our distant neighbors live in. To gain an understanding on what they need for emergency survival on the streets and ultimately help them to become close neighbors and thrive in a stable housing solution.
WE NEED YOUR HELP
The majority of us look forward to the changing seasons of the year- fall: the crisp air, brightly colored leaves, curling up with something hot by the fire and, on the opposite spectrum we enjoy the spring and contrasting summer. But to the homeless...in most cases the coming cold weather and blazing hot summers are dreadful. If you lost your warm home( living without a roof) the one you curled up in by the fireplace in the winter. The time flies and it's middle of the summerby and now you crank up the AC after being out in the heat for a couple of hours. For the neighbors that don't have four walls the adverse seasons help contribute to spikes in alcoholism, drug abuse and depression.
If your heart has been gripped by the needs of the hungry, thirsty, strangers on the streets, here are three effective ways to help the homeless in your community.
The most productive way to get started helping the homeless is to join forces with a well-established operation. As a volunteer you will learn from those who are already making a difference.
One of the best ways to help someone who is homeless is to show them respect. As you look into their eyes, talk to them like you enjoy being talked to and recognize their value as a fellow human being (Neighbor). Kindness is a powerful agent.....you never now you may be entertaining an Angel.
You have to follow your heart when deciding to give cash. Cash gifts are often used to buy drugs and alcohol. Instead, make your donations to a well-known, reputable organization in your community. Many shelters and soup kitchens also welcome contributions of food, clothing and other supplies. If you want a little more comfort when you giving money there are many dining establishments such as McDonald's, Burger King, Subway, Panera, Pizza Hut, and Dunkin Donuts, among others, all sell gift cards, and some are available for just $1. Another option is to purchase gift cards from a supermarket. Some grocery stores offer gift cards for as little as $5.
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