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Homeless in Central Texas : An FAQ

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So this weekend I got a chance to be homeless for 48 hours and be guided around by my street shepard Alan Graham of Mobile Loaves and Fishes. I know I have a ton of nerds and geeks that read this blog so I thought I would throw up a Homeless/Street Retreat FAQ since so many of you have questions. 7) How can I help? Cell Phones.

Nonprofit Uses App to Survey Homeless People Daily—What Do You Need? | Nonprofit Quarterly delivers the latest news and investigative reports

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Nonprofit Uses App to Survey Homeless People Daily—What Do You Need? Nonprofit Quarterly delivers the latest news and investigative reports : "In recent years, as technology and social media have expanded many non-profits have chosen to use these resources to help homeless people. via Blog this

I’m Homeless : Social Media for Social Good

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I helped coin the term Social Media for Social Good awhile back and this weekend I am making it happen again. To show the social media people out there that this medium can be used for good and to let you know what it’s like to be homeless. Social Media for Social Good Austin Homeless Working Poor No cell phone. No watch.

Lights. Camera. Help. is this weekend!

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Fighting Goliath: Texas Coal Wars shows what happens when several small towns rally to wrest control of their environment from special interests.

Time to Give a Little

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You want to help the homeless? One more reality: I still want to help. posted by. Kayla L. ASU Lodestar Center. Me too! Me too!

Cutting Budgets Only Shifting Costs

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For example, Texas is really coming down hard on public schools, college students and Medicaid recipients. Much more. Snyder explained.

Beyond the Idea Accelerator with Ann McAlpin: "Connections - Aged-Out Foster Kids and Caring Adults"

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Ideas, help with measurement, and partners. Ann McAlpin is Executive Director of CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County in Texas.

Vote for Your CNN Hero: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Impact

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Carolyn LeCroy "After serving time in prison, Carolyn LeCroy started The Messages Project to help children stay connected with their incarcerated parents. Anne Mahlum "Used to run by homeless men each morning. Liz McCartney "Dedicated to helping Hurricane Katrina survivors in St. Her nonprofit St.

Solutionary Women: Alli Chagi-Starr, Ilyse Hogue, Melinda Kramer and Reem Rahim

Have Fun - Do Good

I was a ski bum for a winter, and landed one week in Austin, Texas and got a job waiting tables. Enjoy! She's my next-door neighbor. Great.