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Gemma Puglisi
Gemma Puglisi

Please end homelessness. Learn more by visiting www.nlchp.org/all-in.cfm.

Denise Lieberman
Denise Lieberman

A worthy cause! Thank you for bringing attention to this important, but often invisible, issue.

Andrew Olgin
Andrew Olgin

I think it is something worth fighting for, cause I know I would never want to be homeless.

Monte Pescador
Monte Pescador

Working on plan for a different kind of rehab program for homeless families: http://www.dirtnnails.org or http://www.facebook.com/DirtNNails.

Crystal Romero
Crystal Romero

To learn more about the All-In campaign, visit: www.nlchp.org/all-in.cfm.

Michael Shore
Michael Shore

To learn more about the All-In campaign, visit: www.nlchp.org/all-in.cfm.

Frank Mittin
Frank Mittin
  • Michael Shore

You're a stand-up guy, Michael.

Sarah Jacobs
Sarah Jacobs

another important cause to support. the statistic on the number of people with disabilities who are homeless is horrifying.

David Hale
David Hale
  • Sarah Jacobs

Thanks for spreading the word, Sarah! You are a champion for disability rights :)

Juley Fulcher
Juley Fulcher

Count me in!

Karen Cunningham
Karen Cunningham
  • Juley Fulcher

Thanks, Juley!

Ned Abbott
Ned Abbott

I took the pledge, Karen.

Karen Cunningham
Karen Cunningham
  • Ned Abbott

Thanks, Ned!!

Richard Peete
Richard Peete

Hi I'm Rick from Orlando Florida. We have seen an explosion of the numbers of men women children vets and on and on and on. The existing social service groups are consistently be hit with budget cuts. So now it is on the public to get involved. I firmly believe that when you give them a little love, you've given them a lot. The core issue is that the homeless are isolated. Nobody wants them around. It's not rocket science how to fix this problem. If you think that once person can't make a...

Hi I'm Rick from Orlando Florida. We have seen an explosion of the numbers of men women children vets and on and on and on. The existing social service groups are consistently be hit with budget cuts. So now it is on the public to get involved. I firmly believe that when you give them a little love, you've given them a lot. The core issue is that the homeless are isolated. Nobody wants them around. It's not rocket science how to fix this problem. If you think that once person can't make a difference. Think about this, if a community got together and and each person that wanted to get involved went out and found someone that wanted help, and worked with that one person. Be the light that shines in someone else's eyes.

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