Josh Paler Lin, whose YouTube channel usually features pranks, thought he'd try a social experiment: Give a homeless man money, then follow him in secret to see what he'd do with it. After see what the man have done, he setups crowdfunding page to raise money to help Thomas get off the streets. He's raised $95,000 until now. If you wish to help, go to: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/help-thomas-to-get-a-fresh-start
The age-old question: Give money to help the homeless or poor person, or pass on by? Why not give them a gift card to help them get something to eat or buy food for their pet? This has worked for me and it's a great way to help without wondering if they're spending your money on something else.
So so true. I choose to use mine as a nurse, a student, a business woman, a wife, a daughter, a friend, and a doggie mom. :)
Homeless teen named valedictorian: 'Never let anyone tell you that you can't do something'
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