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  • Lauren Forde
  • Nikole Weber
  • ID McCollum
  • michaela adjei
  • Nic S
  • Rachel Gall

28 people think this is good

  • Lauren Forde
  • Nikole Weber
  • ID McCollum
  • michaela adjei
  • Nic S
  • Rachel Gall

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  • Misha Henckel

    This is such GOOD guidance! It should become a regular practice, every time we go grocery shopping, to shop for ourselves and for those in need.

    • Lindsey Smith

      Definitely! By putting together these bags, we are encouraging positive community growth.

  • Leslie Stocker

    Here in Florida, our homeless populations is staggering, especially with vets. I carry bags similar to what's in this article except I include bug repellent. It's like gold to the homeless around here.....

    • Lindsey Smith

      Thanks for the tip! Bug repellent is a great item to add to the bag.

  • Katie Richanbach

    I work for a non-proft that's clients are often homeless and on the brink of homelessness. Care packages like this can really make the world of difference.