Since 1983, the amazing people at Jewish House have been helping those who have nowhere else to turn. Their new project, Project HoPe, looks to offer shelter to those left behind. Man, woman or animal.
Alongside our partners Jewish House, we took to the cold streets to assist the homeless, delivering not only inflatable beds but also a digital system to help locate those who the city forgot.
Meet animal vet Sam Kovac, founder of Southern Cross Veterinary Clinic and passionate force driving Project HoPe to see pets of the homeless receive adequate care despite their owners’ financial disadvantage.
A place for the alcoholic homeless to receive alcohol in a safe and measured way: Rabbi Mendel Kastel explains how this new program could offer a pathway to truly turn lives around.
“What do you call 1,000 lawyers at the bottom of the sea?” Not a good start, and not a good joke, according to Les Cohen.
Alexandra Tselios is over the corporate philanthropy haters unless they actually come out from behind their memes and do something to help the needy.
Dispelling the clichéd idea of “homelessness”, Rabbi Mendel Kastel warns that your seemingly safe world could become less so in the blink of an eye.