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My daughter was given a most memorable trip by Dream Factory of Rochester, NY. She wanted to go see where Winnie the Pooh lived, so she was flown first class to England to visit the One Hundred Acre Woods!... more
I was introduced to SUFK as a Public Relations Chair for a car club that hosts car shows to raise money for different charities... more »
In October 2009, My ex wife left me and used allegations of abuse as one of her tools.The Advocate in the court room played... more »
Atlanta Outreach Project is a wonderful organization, serving the needs of the community in a unique way. The organization is... more »
One of my favorite parts of volunteering at the Atlanta day shelter is spending time with the children. A small urban garden... more »
In addition to being a volunteer for over seven years, I am also a donor and Board member. About a year ago I assisted BCM with... more »
Merry McCall W. wrote:
Wonderful place that I now call home on Tuesday nights. I volunteer with the children weekly and love hearing their stories of... more »
Warrick Dunn is a exemplary person who truly cares about young kids. It is so great to say that his nonprofit mirrors his passion... more »
A friend recommended the Furniture Bank when we had furniture and household items to donate. What a great nonprofit! Our furniture... more »
ACSS has enlightened me greatly with tools to be successful and self sufficient. The classes are AMAZING and the knowledge is... more »
"I felt deeply passionate by reading the heart- felt stories that are on-line of Antwine Vision Foundation website. I knew from... more »
On any given night in the United States, there are 643,047 people experiencing homelessness. Although many are adults, there are teenagers and children living without a home. 12% of people who find themselves homeless and below the poverty line are veterans. We need to help these people, and these nonprofits and charities help get these homeless people off the streets and back on their feet.
While unemployment rates remain low, more and more people are being forced into homelessness and onto the streets. These poor people need shelter, but beyond a place to sleep, these families are faced with hunger and danger while living on the streets. We need housing for the homeless.
Nonprofits play an important role in helping the homeless, especially homeless families. They may offer services such as job training or rehabilitation. They may offer daycare to enable parents to go looking for jobs or they may even have employment services that help connect employers with these people. Some nonprofits even refurbish old homes for homeless families to temporarily live in.
But while shelters and ministries can provide safety and a place to sleep, they still need your help to make it all possible. Volunteer or donate to a homeless shelter near you or any other charity for the homeless and help get a person off the streets, out of poverty, and on their way to a functional life.