A video about the first video I made while living in a per diem homeless veterans shelter and some digression into a comparison of businesses who make their living off of sheltering homeless people.
Malaysian Floods Leave Thousands Homeless
Trailer/Teaser to amator Romanian Movie ' A gift from a homeless '
Deeply touching story of a homeless guy - Dzeyson
A homeless man sits on a sidewalk behind a makeshift 'bush' and scares people!
Talk on Giving money to the homeless.
Dr. Acharya Yogeesh: If you give money to the homeless man or homeless woman, you are adding another homeless person to our society. Instead of giving them money, give them clothes, food and work.
The truth about the homeless is that most of them collect the money you give, that is your hard earned money, and throw parties at night while buying beer and drugs with your money.
Money can make the homeless person go crazy.
What unfortunate, is that the real homeless person may not get money, but the alcoholic and drug addict homeless people do.
Give the homeless work. However, I can guarantee you they'll run away in a week or two. The homeless want easy money.
We, you, are responsible for creating a homeless society.
The government should not allow homeless people to live on the streets. No beggars on the streets. The Indian Government passed a law banning beggars on the streets.
Being a beggar is the worst thing to do.
Some people like to beg God for things. Some prayer is begging. They beg God to heal the sick in their family. If God WAS a person, if he/she will tell you to go get medical insurance and bring the member to the hospital.
The truth is, you need to put efforts in your own life.
The more money you give to the beggars, the homeless, the more homeless people you will create.
Feed them, give them clothes, give them work. Don't be the provider of their alcohol and drug needs.
You may think you are being compassionate, but you are keeping that person homeless and dependent. You may think you are collecting good karma for giving money, but the truth is, you are collecting bad karma for keeping a homeless person on the street.
Help a poor family, adopt an orphan. Be helpful that way.
Know this truth: The homeless people WANT to be homeless.
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First Video Description
Do not support the homeless with money. Give the homeless man or woman clothes, work, and food. By giving them money, you support their alcohol and drug addiction and habit.
It is not compassionate to give money to the homeless. You are responsible, if you give money, to adding one more homeless person to the society. Helping the poor with food, clothes, and work is good karma. Giving money to the homeless brings you bad karma. Don't feed their drug addiction.
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The Talking Wolverine gives humorous commentary on what might help the homeless problem
Follow Chad Mckinney as he starts up a homeless shelter. See the homeless in a light you have never seen them before. This will be an ongoing webisode, the first installment will follow Chad as he spends a week on the streets of San Diego.
Dedicated to the growing population of single mom's in America today! They are becoming homeless at a growing rate. The statistics show anywhere from 30 - 40% of the homeless today are women and women with children. Most come from abusive backgrounds, mental illness, veterans, and from outrageous religious environments. I made this as a continuing video collection on homeless women in America! These children are our future tomorrows. Let us join together and help these single moms regain what they have lost!
My homeless, RV-dwelling attorney talks about the complexity of homeless people in an interview I did with him in my homeless veterans shelter room in Inglewood, CA.
My homeless, RV-dwelling attorney talks about taking chances on helping other homeless people during a visit to my U.S. Vets homeless veterans shelter room in Inglewood, CA. A series.
My homeless, RV-dwelling attorney talks about my distorted homeless veterans shelter dorm room decor during a visit. A series.
My homeless attorney, a 72 year-old homeless man I adopted in Los Angeles, teaches me homeless codetalking in my U.S. Vets veterans transitional living facility shelter room.
Interviewing a homeless, RV-dwelling ex-attorney in my Inglewood, California U.S. Vets homeless veterans shelter transitional living facility dorm room on the little humors one can find in homelessness. A series.
Eva's Village is a non-profit, comprehensive, social service agency. Our mission is to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, treat the addicted and provide medical care to the poor with respect for the human dignity of each individual.
Today, Eva's Village comprises some 11 programs, housing about 250 people on the premises and serving approximately 1,000 meals a day, 365 days a year. Its primary care clinic handles about 5,000 patient visits a year for medical, dental, and podiatric services. Eva's is one of the largest and most respected anti-poverty programs in New Jersey.
Eva's Village is a non-profit comprehensive social service agency. Our mission is to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, treat the addicted, and provide medical care to the poor with respect for the human dignity of each individual.
Spearheaded by Msgr. Vincent E. Puma and other concerned priests, nuns, and lay people, Eva's began as a direct response to the growing crisis of hunger and homelessness on the streets of Paterson.
When it was first opened in 1982, Eva's Kitchen was located in the basement of the old St. John's convent on Hamilton Street. Eva's Kitchen served its first meal to about 30 homeless people in April 1982. Residential recovery programs for both men and women followed quickly, as did the medical clinic and shelters for homeless men, women, and mothers with children. By 1996, when it moved to its new facility on Main Street, Eva's had grown into a full-scale village to meet the needs of the poor with its new 50,000 square-foot facility.