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How can social media be a valuable tool in the fight against homelessness? I describe the genesis and progress of the "Everyone Has a Name" photo project at Type-A Parent.
September 04, 2012 | Permalink
Beautifully said, and beautifully done. I wish you continued success as your work expands to tap the tremendous reserves of pent-up energy and goodness in the world. We've had too many years of exalting greed and selfishness as the ultimate goal of humankind.
My own "project" (David, who was a homeless 19-year old when I took him in 16 years ago - long before there were any "social media") moved on this week to a new life in Virginia with his new partner and "adopted" family. It took time, work, and patience, and the encouragement of friends (including you), but his dream, and my wish for him, are finally coming true.
Thank you, Charlie, on behalf of all those whose lives are touched by your infinitely generous spirit.
September 05, 2012 at 05:36 AM
Wow, Bob, that's quite a transition. I wish David (and you) all the best!
September 05, 2012 at 02:19 PM
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