PAR-Recycle Works is a nonprofit electronics recycler in Philadelphia, USA. They have important stories to tell. Here’s one of them.
Poverty: Analysis and Responses
Vincent and Louise de Marillac were deeply committed to the education and moral formation of young people living on the streets or in dire conditions.
At the Ozanam Centre in Sant’Antimo, we find children with sad stories, where the volunteers’ can give them confidence and courage to move forward.
Rome Reports News agency interviews Dame Louise Casey, a British Government official and now the head of the Institute for Global Homelessness.
Diners file in, eat quickly and get up as soon as they’re finished. They know someone is waiting outside for their seat. The USA can’t solve Homelessness.
St. John’s University students, faculty, administrators, and staff participated in “The Poverty Experience,” an hour-long simulation to raise awareness.
My stereotypes of what homeless people look and act like taught me how not to recognize homeless people.
Depaul USA has been addressing what may be a hidden problem to the average American: homeless college students, and in Chicago they have started a homeless housing program called Dax designed just for students.
‘Go to the poor,’ he said. St Vincent didn’t wait for the poor to come knocking. He was proactive in his charity. Sometimes people don’t want to ask for help. Sometimes people can’t ask for help, even though they need it. But St Vincent circumvented that, saying you...
Capacity College was designed to be a series of “courses” covering several different topics that affect organizations daily.
Today, one of the great problems throughout the world is that of immigration. At times, we think that this phenomenon is experienced only in Europe and the United States. We might, however, ask how are the Latin American countries dealing with this...
Mission challenges us to systemic change Systemic Change is something radical. It does what it says: The prophet Jeremiah: “This day I set you over nations and over kingdoms, to root up and to tear down, to destroy and to demolish, to build and to plant” (Jr...