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This man is known to the local people there since 17 years, his last Dog just died because it was so old of "age" and then people gave him this new puppy. The puppy got vaccines and everything, and he took care of him like his old dog who died. And then those scum wannabe animal right assholes took his dog without any right
Contributed by Jax Nemphis
When I was 15, my childhood home was foreclosed on. My parents separated and I went with my dad. I'm 17 now. For almost 3 years my mother has been homeless. She is starting to get back on her feet. It's not because she's lazy it's because she was thrown out of her home, with no money, no job and she was alone. I have been trying to help her in every way I can for these past couple of years and it has broken my heart to see her so desperate. I almost decided to no go to college for a year so I could work and help her. Homelessness is real and it can happy to anyone, ANYONE. Do not take what you have for granted. If you see a homeless person, please help them.
Contributed by Victoria M Nahley
A nearby middle/elementary school had an outdoor lunch during the cold Vermont winter to raise awareness of homelessness and it's struggles, because after all we may be complaining about the cold of winter while we can stay inside while others are forced to live, eat, and sleep in that cold. The lunch also raised money to go to the COTS program.
Contributed by Courtney Meunier
What we included in our care packages: Hand warmers Snacks Wet Wipes Toothbrush/toothpaste Water bottle Mints/gum Kleenex Chapstick Note/bible verse (Commentors are giving additional suggestions – socks, gloves (Dollar Store has great ones), first aid kits, pillar candles, cough drops, pain medicine…) beautyandbedlam.com
Contributed by Tess Chaffin