Since 2013, Veterans Project & The Family Assistance Campaign has provided free food assistance to more than 20,000 Veterans and their family members, distributing 445,000 lbs. of food. Feed Our Vets mission is to help Veterans in the United States, their spouses and children, whose circumstances have left them on the battlefield of hunger, and to involve the public in fighting Veteran hunger, through: (1) Community food pantries that provide regular, free food to Veterans and their families, (2) Distribution of related goods and services, (3) Public education and outreach.

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Power is of two kinds. One is obtained by the fear of punishment
and the other by acts of love. Power based on love
is a thousand times more effective and permanent
then the one derived from fear of punishment.
- Mohandas (Mahatma) Gandhi

to meet the challenges of our times

to meet the challenges of our times
You have a right to live. You have a right to be. You have these rights regardless of money, health, social status, or class. You have these rights, man, woman, or child. These rights can never be taken away from you, they can only be infringed. When someone violates your rights, remember, it is not your fault.,I believe that to meet the challenges of our times, human beings will have to develop a greater sense of universal responsibility. Each of us must learn to work not just for one self, one's own family or one's nation, but for the benefit of all humankind. Universal responsibility is the key to human survival. It is the best foundation for world peace


Tuesday, January 31, 2017

To protect my Independence I will except no Governments funds

To protect my Independence I will except no Governments funds

There has been many that have said you can get grants for something like this from the Government and yet and for me and those I assist and protect like a women living in her car with her children afraid the state will take them from her due to her positions

To protect my Independence & hers and her children I will except no Governments funds with anything that comes from such things they come with rules attached and I can for the life of me place a rule or condition on how and why I love or care for another love I think must come with out chains or bounds on it people say well its tough love no its cruel tough love in my eyes is you being tough and taking some of the pain for another and help them see that they are not alone and that there are people who care it not all that hard to give a dollar to another

Tell me What would it hurt for me to give a homeless guy a couple bucks? Who the hell cares if he spends it on beer? Maybe beer is a step up for him from the harder stuff that knocked him onto the streets in the first place. Maybe, just maybe, he’s actually going to spend it on food (homeless people do eat, right?). Maybe, he really is a desperate human being who is trying to change his situation.”

Many can not see the truth in these words and yet To those who are struggling. To talk about a struggle, you're likely to forget about it. To be shown a struggle, you're likely not to forget it. But, to live through a struggle, you'll understand it.”

Sometimes it's easy to walk by because we know we can't change someone's whole life in a single afternoon. But what we fail to realize it that simple kindness can go a long way toward encouraging someone who is stuck in a desolate place.”

Homeless people’s suffering belongs to the amusement of our political order under a game over the right of marginalized group being transformed into citizens for merely punishment and humiliation. The Public Space Protection Orders is a penalty over one’s condition suffering – it is a fine over the dis-empowered for being dis empowered. This act allows power to fragment the homeless into sub-humans punishable for the state of utter misery and we the people have allowed this to come to pass What does that say about the We the people and what we have become and what will we tell are children when they too have a lack of compassion and leadership in Christ ??.”

We can call the homeless man women or child anything we wish but I see this in the political forum That The War on Drugs and the War on Homelessness are on a collision course that no one in the media or in public life are willing to acknowledge. Ostensibly aimed at decreasing the use of illegal drugs, the War on Drugs succeeds only in increasing homelessness hence the establishment's goal is being set and dependency on the state and taxpayer met slaves are made in such ways .”

Although both homelessness and mental illness are complex, modern ideas, we have fallen into the habit of using phrases such as "housing the homeless" and "treating the mentally ill" as if we knew what counts as housing a homeless person or what it means to treat mental illness. But we do not. We have deceived ourselves that having a home and being mentally healthy are our natural conditions, and that we become homeless or mentally ill as a result of "losing" our homes or our minds. The opposite is the case. We are born without a home and without reason, and have to exert ourselves and are fortunate if we succeed in building a secure home and a sound mind if at all in this world we live in today .”

I asked my mother What I should do !! All she had to say on the issue is son Let your love be the kindness to make a homeless person believe that a soul needs something more than just four walls and a ceiling.” There was one young women I have been helping I ask here were the scars and bruise came from she did not answer me but cried I saw the bruises, the burns, the cuts— I knew which ones had been done to her and by someone she thought she could trust. Someone she thought loved her. I knew which ones she gave yourself and I cried with her I do not know if you can see through my eyes to my heart how we felt at that moment but I can say this I felt less pain in war than I did for her at that moment in time of both our lives.

I have placed myself in their shoes the homeless I had to see exactly how it felt what I found was humiliation and Ridicule of the utmost Begging is much more difficult than it looks. Contrary to popular belief, it’s a high art form that takes years of dedicated practice to master.

What I see as the truth and the problem with many is the fact we have become to contempt for poverty and it stems from information overload--this is the enabler---our over education as privileged people-- perhaps the real culprit--and our secret assurance that we ourselves owe no one anything beyond the exhausting daily round. We will defend our lack of idealism to anyone and be horrifyingly well received in this age. Indeed, many so-called financial "philosophies" are in fact nothing more than elaborate justification for one petty selfishness after the next.

And yet we can't impose our own goals, wishes, or help on anyone. We can only teach, support, and love. We give them more opportunities, more choices. Then we love them regardless of the choices they make, hoping that they will learn to make better ones in the future The Key to overcoming the challenges in life is to make up your mind to overcome the Challenge and is something I have tried dearly to share with those I have helped and am helping.

For me I care about a lot of issues. I care about libraries, I care about healthcare, I care about homelessness and unemployment. I care about net neutrality and the steady erosion of our liberties both online and off. I care about the rich/poor divide and the rise of corporate business and I am not silent about the issues of our time. I just hope that the fact I have used my voice for truth and change as made people ,citizens and friends distrust me in such a way that they would overlook this noble cause.

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 The Family Assistance Campaign & Veterans project is a 100% non-profit we can help single mothers find affordable housing. We run programs that can provide single moms with the opportunity to save on their rent and housing expenses by sharing a home or apartment with another single mom. The service can also assist single mothers by allowing them to in effect pool their finances and resources with other single moms in the community.

The non-profit was founded in 2013 when a single mother realized that sharing resources and finances may be the best way to save money on various housing expenses, and bills including rent. This provides families the ability to better provide for their children. The services offered act as a source of real help for single moms when it comes to finding safe and affordable living arrangements, no matter what state they live in.

The Family Assistance Campaign Veterans project may be able to help single moms find compatible housemates in their local area. Many families are struggling with trying to find affordable housing without adequate financial support from the state or federal government, social service programs, or their family. Sharing housing or apartments will make all those expenses, such as rent, mortgage payments, utilities, and property taxes, shared as well.

Single mothers can find compatible housing partners using The Family Assistance Campaign &Veterans project . are non-profit covers the entire nation and all states. Find how to share utilities, rent, food, chores and baby sitting costs. Even those moms without a current permanent home can find an appropriate house mate through the services offered. This will enable them to find a more affordable, larger and more comfortable home. One of the keys to the service is it will allow parents to provide for a higher standard of living than is possible when going it alone. The services offered by Giving the Gift of a Warm Meal also offer those single moms who have a home already a way to stay in that family home by sharing its expense with another single-mom family.

The service is very easy to use, and there is no risk to exploring the opportunity's we have discovered. Any citizen can go about choosing  housing partners by reading other women’s backgrounds and profiles. They will then be able to contact other prospective single mom house mates that appeal to them through the sites anonymous and secure email service.

Various conditions and criteria are established by the organizations as part of this process. Some of them include location, age, the number of children, and the moms ability to pay their bills and meet financial requirements like deposits, utilities, and monthly rent.

A number of other services are offered Through Giving the Gift of a Warm Meal. It is basically a wealth of resources for parents who are facing a hardship. Get information on moving tips, health and parenting advice, local support groups for carpooling, baby sitting co-ops, government assistance, low-income housing, childcare and emotional support as well.

No single mom is ever turned away from the service. Giving the Gift of a Warm Meal. allows a single mom to register for free. They will need to complete a profile though, and those initial searches are free. However in order to make contact with another member for potential housing opportunities, the single mom will need to become an Active Member. That requires a one-time donation, however there are several plans, including one for being sponsored. To learn more or to begin the search for housing, you need to contact

Free Diapers For Kids -  is a recently formed charity that provides and distributes free diapers to lower income families through existing service providers, including daycare centers, soup kitchens, food pantries, social service agencies, shelters and more. They provide free diapers through its extensive Diaper Distribution Network of dozens of agencies and charities.

RESIDENTIALY CHALLENGED - helps with securing a variety of grants, including funds for medical bill assistance. Cash grants and funds provided can be used to aid qualifying individuals. Some of what can be provided includes self-sufficiency grants, back to work funding, independent living grants and more

School supplies - Parents can obtain free items for their child and teachers may also be given classroom goods. we use are donations for the public in an effort to ensure children have clothing, binders, pens, pencils, backpacks, and even winter attire.

Working Cars for Working Families - We can help families that need a car for employment and/or job training issues. The non-profit has a few different programs available to qualified applications. They include providing automobiles that are provided as a result of donations, low-interest loans and financing, and so-called matched saving programs. The group partners with local churches, charities, and other organizations in an effort to reach as many people as possible

Ways to Work through  The Family Assistance Campaign &Veterans project helps people understand and get low interest rate auto loans. They mostly help families and individuals who can't secure loan funding or cash grants at traditional lending institutions or banks. The loans can be used to help a family or individual purchase a new or used car, pay for car repairs and maintenance, and it can assist with other transportation expenses.

Opportunity Cars -  The Family Assistance Campaign &Veterans project as Over 150 nonprofit organizations around the nation are part of this program. They are all dedicated to increasing private automobile ownership for low-income working families who can’t obtain their own transportation. The automobiles are to be used to help people find and keep their jobs. They may give away used cars for free, providing matching grants, or offer low-interest loans

Donated Cars and Financing from Non-profits - Charities, churches and organizations donate vehicles to the low income. Most of the cars need to be used for work or job training. Other non-profits may offer low-interest auto loans or matching funds to qualified individuals. .

Free Gas USA Inc. - Provides grants that can be used for free gasoline for low income, elderly, and disabled Americans. Continue.

Free Car Repairs - Several national and regional charities, churches, and non-profits can provide individuals with low cost or free automobile repairs. You will need to apply, and the services are usually targeted at people who need their car for work .

 The Family Assistance Campaign &Veterans project Has network of community groups, food programs, and activists to help make sure that no kid in America grows up Hungry or without

No matter your reason for believing in the inherent value of human life, we hope you can join us, and through our efforts we can together endeavor to make violence unthinkable - - - to make it history! YOU CAN BE A PARTNER FOR PEACE AND ALL LIFE 

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