7 Facts on Poverty in America

People come into the United States from all over the world to find freedom and to uncover enough wealth to raise their families. Many come from poor regions where they believe that the country doesn’t struggle with poverty. As one of the world’s wealthiest nations, this is simply a fallacy. And the numbers can attest to the fact that poverty … Read More

Help arrives for 2 homeless sisters sleeping on bus bench In Hollywood

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — With the new year comes new hope. Two sisters who were living on the streets, have met their Guardian Angel. CBS2’s Kristine Lazar met the two sisters and the woman who made it her mission to help them. For the past 5 months, sisters Mary and Bridget Donovan lived on the streets of Hollywood. They slept … Read More

From Homeless To Helping The Homeless

Young Glenn was homeless on the streets of New York City from the age of 8 to the 7th grade. During that time, all of his clothes and toys were hand-me-downs. He had a difficult life, but deep inside, he knew there was more. He had HOPE. To me, HOPE is an acronym for: Hold On Possibilities Exist. Well, young … Read More

Fence homeless project inspires others to help

GREENSBORO, NC – If you’ve been on Spring Garden Street near Downtown Greensboro during the last two weeks of December, you might have seen a bunch of clothes hanging from a fence. Next to the strategically hung sweaters, jackets and pairs of gloves stuck between fence holes, is a large white banner, with the words Project Warmth in bold, black … Read More