GMHC is here to help those who need a home and every day we work hard to connect people living with HIV and AIDS to much-needed housing. While there is still so much more work to do, I wanted to share how GMHC helped make sure that one of our clients had a home for the holidays.
I truly believe if American Christians stayed more focused on the message and teachings of Jesus, many lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people would not have the annual angst of searching for home for the holidays.
Mobility for physically and mentally challenged people in Northern Uganda. Widespread humane education in Australia. Community gardens for all in Chico, California.
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Think back on that promise you made when you chose not to give on the street. When you give this year, how will you make sure you support a program that works?
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Creating housing policy that doesn't traumatize small children should be a low bar to meet, but somehow it has been a struggle.
How do you evangelize? I do it by trying to reflect the characteristics of God. When I'm around people, I do what I think He would do
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We need people like you -- people who obviously have a heart for kids with the resources to make a change -- to step up and start making a change in communities that really need it
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