Today, as I drove to work there was a man. He was an older man looked a little rough around the edges. He was not holding a sign… just looked hungry. I ran to McDonalds and grabbed a sandwich combo as I figured I’d offer him a bite to eat. He was so happy and thankful. He said it had been a couple days since he’d had something warm to eat. I hope his belly feels a little better today. – Beth 🙂
Yesterday I was at my vet’s office. One of the receptionists told me she had seen Jay (the homeless man I help) and had asked if he was the one I brought in last year. He told her that I was his angel. He doesn’t know what he’d do without my help. It warmed my heart to know that he calls me an angel. – DawnMarie
I stopped at my local “quick stop” to get coffee and there was a homeless woman outside of the store. I asked her if she was hungry, which she was. I went inside and filled a bag with groceries to give to the woman. I sincerely believe every act of goodness can make a difference! – Dona 😀
There was a homeless man getting coins from the fountain early Sunday morning. We saw him and my lady said to help him. I already had some money in my hand so I gave it to him. As he started to walk away, I smiled and said I understand the struggle. He said I’m so hungry. A tear rolled down my face and I said I understand your struggle. So at Christmas time we help homeless people. There’s nothing like a clean pair of socks to put on weary feet. We sometimes hide some cash in their care package. A little goes a long way. I’m so grateful to be alive and blessed and I want to be a blessing to others all year long. – Brian ❤
How have you been able to make a difference to someone living on the street?