We are raising donations to help us continue with our homeless feedings on Saturday's and Sundays, the donations help us purchase hot meals, hygiene products, water, and masks, and hand sanitizers
I sensed that I knew the woman in the photo at first she refused to speak to me and I get it, homeless people are afraid of being harmed by those who don't understand them and their situation. Melissa turned out to be my high school English teacher. She was laid off, she couldn't keep up with her mortgage payments, utilities, or let alone put food on her table. She just wanted to get away from her past and ended up homeless on the streets of Detriot, she tried hard to find something solid and positive but unfortunately, she turned to drugs and alochol. No matter how tall she carried herself, her feet remained anchored in a place she didn't want to be. Melissa was founded dead of an overdose in 2019 alone on the harsh streets of Detroit.
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