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Thanks Ken

By Angelo Lopez
December 26, 2013

Thanks Ken for your two blogs this December. I always learn from reading your insights and enjoy reading of your experiences. I hope you and all the readers of Everyday Citizen had a good Christmas, and a happy holiday season. Have a wonderful 2014.

I'll end this blog with youtube videos of people and groups who have helped the homeless during past holiday seasons and thoughout the year.

Chef Chu and the Asian Chef Association fed 2,000 homeless and underprivileged families at Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco in 2009

St John The Wonderworker Orthodox Church in Atlanta feed the homeless in a Christmas event in 2012 for the Loaves and Fishes Food Program

"My Fellow American" project and the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding produced a video of Jews and Muslims coming together to feed the hungry and homeless people

Faizan-e-Islam Centre in Manchester, England, organised a homeless feed with The Blessed Hub on Christmas Day in 2012

Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church feed the homeless in 2007

Root 267, St. Peter Catholic Church's Youth Group, made 100 sack lunches to feed the homeless of Eugene, Oregon, in 2012

Los Angeles volunteers feed the homeless on Christmas in 2012

The Los Angeles National Low Rider Association feeding the homeless of downtown Los Angeles in 2012

Heaven My Home Baptist Church in Lakeland, FL feeding the Homeless in Christmas Eve 2012

Hope Mission feeds the homeless on Christmas 2011

The Random Altruist decided to spend money shopping for homeless people in 2013

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