When Brian Acosta Arya first started working at the. Lincoln Tunnel Motel, he thought it’d just be temporary.
A 20-year-old is turning plastic bags into sleeping mats for people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles.
Ulmer Nests are heated and can protect from water, wind and harsh weather.
Phillip Vu says the conversation that the two had “changed” his perspective.
When Shirley Raines noticed a woman had been struggling to walk in her worn-out shoes, she immediately jumped to action.
Nicholas Lowinger says footwear is important because it gets kids places and allows them to have fun.
Over the course of several weeks, Akram Mohsin shared his heartwarming interactions with a man experiencing homelessness.
Jahkil Jackson’s goal is to end homelessness and he’s doing it one “blessing bag” at a time.
A team of Taiwanese designers developed a trash can that makes giving uneaten food to the homeless and hungry easy.
Shirley Raines founded “Beauty 2 The Streetz” to empower those who need her help.