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“Our aim on the street is to let people know that somebody cares; to give them hope for a better future.”
For four days, hundreds of individuals from across the country shed their labels, discard their limits, and enter into the concrete jungle that is New York City for the 2012 Street Soccer USA Cup.
Barry Farm is slated for redevelopment, but two women fear that they, their families and their neighbors will not be around to enjoy the new and improved community.
Following her husband’s footsteps, Kate, 30, will be participating in “Sleep Out,” an annual campaign designed to raise awareness of London’s growing homeless rates.
“Homelessness is about life and death, so let’s act like it’s about life and death.”
In his ruling last month, U.S. District Judge William Yohn said he saw no evidence the city of Philadelphia’s plan to feed the homeless outside City Hall was any better than the way it was being done by charity groups.
“By being involved, we can change the course of someone’s life.”
Through the national SSVF program, VA is able to award grants to organizations that help transition low-income Veterans and their families into permanent housing and more stable conditions.
PFFC received a $300 donation from an organization known as Lean Forward.
The 6 p.m. event will feature speakers from the Faces of Homelessness Speakers’ Bureau, a program of the National Coalition for the Homeless that encourages currently and formerly homeless men and women to talk personally about their experiences.
“Protecting some of the most vulnerable people in this nation should be a top priority of this Congress.”