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Farming Hope – Utilizing Non-Profit to Solve Economic Problems

Touch the Soil News #1071 (Feature Photo – Homeless in San Francisco – Public Domain) Farming hope works to bring volunteers, food gardens and training skills to the homeless to raise and prepare food in San Francisco. With thousands of homeless and homeless unemployed, access to food, training and hope is highly sought after. Farming Hope https://farminghope.org/ is working to bring homeless people to work, engage volunteers and use finance most efficiently in the form of a non-profit venture. Want More? – Sign up below Special Deals Ahead…Sign up!

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Vending Machines for the Homeless

Touch the Soil News #896(Feature photo – Vending Machine for the Homeless – courtesy of Action Hunger) Poverty, like hunger, is a chronic characteristic of economics. It is then not surprising, that food banking in the U.S. is facilitated through over 60,000 charitable agencies across the nation that have some sort of feeding program(s). A new charity organization in the United Kingdom, a nation of 66 million people, has come forth with 24-hour vending machines for the homeless. Non-profit Action Hunger provides homeless people with a keycard that allows access to the vending machines up to three times a day. The vending machines are stocked with sandwiches, energy bars, toothpaste…

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