Tonight. We sat with a woman in a bus shelter who with every bite of her dinner, let out sobs of despair. Tears streaming down her cheeks. "I'm too young to die. I don't want to die." We listened to a woman tell us how far down on the list she was for assistance. "All these people were here first and will get help before me. I don't want to be alone." We tried to convince another that no one was out to get her or inject her with needles while she slept on the pavement in the
So grateful!! In case you missed the announcement on Shelly's live video, not only did we receive the unsung hero award, but, we also received an Inspiration of the Year award. We were awarded an astounding $5,000 toward our mission and treated like royalty from start to finish! Thank you TODAY'S TMJ4 Heiser Automotive Group & Scripps Howard Foundation for recognizing the importance of the work we are doing in the community.
We received some pretty bad news about our "new to us bus, Hope 2" today. Unfortunately, it means we are back at the starting line once again. The upcoming "48 Hours Of Homelessness" project is not only important for us to learn first hand the obstacles our friends face daily, but to raise the funds necessary to keep our mission going and serve them in the best way possible. It may be a setback, but the comeback will be worth it. #WeHaveGoals