Helping the Homeless
Posted on October 17, 2013 at 8:50 pm by and

I am sad for other people that are homeless. It’s because they have to live out in the rain and they have to stay really wet and they have almost nothing. But, there’s mostly people in there that doesn’t have homes in New York City. It’s really sad for them. Click on play below (or click here)┬áto hear me share.

Ed Yourdon

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Helping the Homeless Here are some ways we help homeless people and people who don’t have a lot of things:


1. Have a canned food drive.

2. Send gifts to kids through Operation Christmas Child so they get things for Christmas.

3. Help 1Mission by building house or raising money.

My1Mission from 1Mission on Vimeo.

Have you ever been to 1Mission?

How do you help the homeless?

Comments so far:

  1. Link Here | October 17, 2013,

    G’day Em,
    Another great post from you. I noticed you mentioned Samaritan’s Purse. My mother and I usually send off some boxes with the clothes, pencils, soap and so on every year ready for Christmas.

    I have never heard of 1Mission so I will have to do some research on them.

    Miss W.

    • Link Here | October 26, 2013,

      Hi Miss W,

      That’s so neat that you live all the way in Australia and send boxes of gifts for Christmas too!


        Em |    Reply

  2. Link Here | October 18, 2013,

    I love your heart, Emma! What a great project, and I like the video on 1 Mission.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Tara Kaczmarek

    • Link Here | October 26, 2013,

      You’re welcome.


        Em |    Reply

  3. Link Here | October 19, 2013,

    Your hard work and your love for the homeless is awesome! Keep up the great work! You are a great role model!


    • Link Here | October 26, 2013,

      Thank you. I love that you help people that are homeless.
      How old do I have to be to help with a house? How did you start thinking of this?


        Em |    Reply

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