FREEDOM OR ANARCHY,Campaign of Conscience.

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"Liberty cannot be preserved without a general knowledge among the people" - John Adams - Second President - 1797 - 1801

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The Free Thought Project,The Daily Sheeple & FREEDOM OR ANARCHY Campaign of Conscience are dedicated to holding those who claim authority over our lives accountable. “Each of us has a unique part to play in the healing of the world.”
“Every record has been destroyed or falsified, every book rewritten, every picture has been repainted, every statue and street building has been renamed, every date has been altered. And the process is continuing day by day and minute by minute. History has stopped. Nothing exists except an endless present in which the Party is always right.” - George Orwell, 1984

"Until the philosophy which holds one race superior and another inferior is finally and permanently discredited and abandoned, everywhere is war and until there are no longer first-class and second-class citizens of any nation, until the color of a man's skin is of no more significance than the color of his eyes. And until the basic human rights are equally guaranteed to all without regard to race, there is war. And until that day, the dream of lasting peace, world citizenship, rule of international morality, will remain but a fleeting illusion to be pursued, but never attained... now everywhere is war." - - Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia - Popularized by Bob Marley in the song War

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The right to tell the Government to kiss my Ass Important Message for All Law Enforcers Freedom; what it is, and what it is not. Unadulterated freedom is an unattainable goal; that is what the founders of America knew and understood, which was their impetus behind the documents that established our great nation. They also knew that one of the primary driving forces in human nature is the unconscious desire to be truly free. This meant to them that mankind if totally left completely unrestricted would pursue all things in life without any awareness or acknowledgement of the consequences of his/her own actions leaving only the individual conscience if they had one as a control on behavior. This would not bode well in the development of a great society. Yet the founders of America chose to allow men/women as much liberty as could be, with minimum impact on the freedom or liberties of others

Friday, May 20, 2016

Help Homeless People for Free

 Help Homeless People for Free  
Source

It doesn't have to cost you money to help people in need

It can be difficult to give to charity when you aren't making much yourself. Many people simply can't afford to share their earnings without jeopardizing their own living situation. Others are understandably reluctant to harm their own standard of living to help others.
It isn't necessary to donate money to help people less fortunate. Instead, you can donate time, connections, knowledge, and skills to homeless people. While these things cost time, labor, and thought they don't take away from your paycheck. In fact, they look great on your resume and are a great way to fill in gaps in your employment record But if you are fortunate enough  to have resources and funds to assist another ,veterans project or any local charity is a good way to get and have a tax deductible donations .
So take a trip with me down this page and find out how you can help homeless people without touching your hard earned cash. Share yourself and make a big difference in the lives of people living without homes. Or if you wish to help someone in need today you can make a contribution to veterans project@ Please provide whatever you can- $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100- To Use your debit/credit card or check click here:


We need your tax-deductible donation like never before. Please make it to

From Your Hand to the Homeless

Click here to lend your support to:  From Your Hand to the Homeless   and make a donation at pledgie.com !
 PayPal     https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=5GUPMXQSBD9ZE   

photo by Patrick Moore, SXC
photo by Patrick Moore, SXC

Donate Labor at Homeless Charities

Shelters, soup kitchens, and food pantries always need more help.

Your local homeless shelters and soup kitchens need volunteers, even for just a few hours at a time. Most of the things that need to be done are simple so any able-bodied person can do them with minimal instruction. Service providers need people not only to deal directly with homeless people but to prepare food, mop, sweep, and do dishes and other such tasks as well.
Food pantries also often need help doing such things as handing out the food but also in organizing donations of food, picking up food from donors, and helping to warehouse donated food in storage areas.


photo by Jan Stastny, SXC
photo by Jan Stastny, SXC

Help Fill Out Job Applications and Resumes

Many homeless people have valuable job skills but have a hard time presenting themselves to employers. While part of this is physical presentation such as cleanliness, grooming and tidy clothing much of it is communication. If you are literate you can help them fill out job applications and create resumes.
Even completely literate and educated people living on the street can often use help with their resumes and job applications. Homelessness is very demoralizing and can cause people to undervalue themselves and this reflects in how they fill out such forms and documents.
An outside eye can help them to catch these mistakes and help them to present their best face to prospective employers.

From Your Hand to the Homeless
Click here to lend your support to:  From Your Hand to the Homeless   and make a donation at pledgie.com !
photo by Michal Zacharzewski, SXC
photo by Michal Zacharzewski, SXC

Donate Childcare

It's almost impossible to be a parent and work or even seek work without childcare. Check with local charities that serve homeless people to see if they need assistance providing childcare for their clients. If not, they can probably help you to find out whom to contact.
image by Emil Bacik, SXC
image by Emil Bacik, SXC

Match Up People With Services They Need

With a home base which includes a phone and an Internet connection, it's pretty easy to locate helpful resources in your area. People without homes generally don't have easy or reliable access to either of these things or if they do they don't necessarily have a quiet place to access them so they can make the best of them.
You can research the charities and government services available for poor and homeless people in your area and compile them into a list to share. Be sure to include addresses and phone numbers plus contact names and email addresses whenever possible. You can then print this information out to give to people seeking help.
photo by Sanja Gjenero, SXC
photo by Sanja Gjenero, SXC

Teach People How to Read and Write

...or how to read and write better

Share your knowledge by teaching homeless people to read and write better. It's difficult to gain employment and take advantage of opportunities for betterment when a person can't read and write or can't read and write well.
Local charities that serve the needy should be able to advise you on where you can donate your teaching services.
photo by Michal Zacharzewski, SXC
photo by Michal Zacharzewski, SXC

Match Up Donors, Mentors, and Patrons With Charities and People In Need

If you know someone with the ability to donate time, money, goods or services put them in contact with needy people or charities that serve the homeless that could use what they have to offer.
For example: Homeless people have little access to professional grooming services which makes looking presentable for job interviews or simply retaining employment difficult. So a few years back (when I could afford to get my hair cut) I gave a list of charities that provide services for homeless people to my hair stylist and suggested to her that it would be greatly appreciated if she could donate some haircuts to people looking for work. She is a totally wonderful person so she found a good match and donates haircuts regularly.
People who practice a trade that could be taught, provide skilled services, are able to teach reading and writing, and business owners who may discard still useful merchandise or foodstuffs can all help the homeless.

Teach Life Skills and Trades

Contact local adult education services and homelessness outreach programs and volunteer to teach your job skills, job trades and life skills. Even a short training period learning about a skill or trade can give a job seeker a better chance than being completely unskilled in the job market.

Some Notes on Sharing Your Knowledge and Education

If no program for knowledge sharing activities exists in your community or if existing programs are too inflexible for your work schedule or other, personal limitations you can independently advertise your services. Simply print up a flier or card offering free resume services, application assistance, etc. and get permission to place them in soup kitchens, shelters, or other service providers for poor and homeless people. I would suggest mentioning to the staff that you'd be pleased if they help people who need your services to contact you.
If you independently provide help to people, please keep your safety in mind. Meet only in public places where other people are around and do not share your personal information.

Spread Awareness with InvisiblePeople.tv on YouTube

Share videos on homelessness with family and friends to raise awareness about the problems these people face every day.
photo by Chris Scott, SXC
photo by Chris Scott, SXC

Donate Used Items

Whenever you purge your closet of clothes you no longer wear and get rid of toys and clothes that your kids have grown out of, donate them to charities. Hats, gloves, coats and other winter clothes are always appreciated.
Books and current magazines are also appreciated. Anything portable that a homed person would enjoy, a homeless person would. 
Be sure to donate your old computer to a shelter or other charity that serves the poor in your community.
photo by petr0, SXC
photo by petr0, SXC

Donate Free Things to Shelters and Food Pantries

Every Sunday you can match up ads to flier coupons and coupons you have saved and find products that would be free if you combine a good coupon with a store sale. Often these things may not be something you'd use so you pass them by. But from now on, don't. Just pick up the free item while you are shopping.
Get the things that turn out to be free after discount and coupon and donate them to charities. Food pantries and shelters usually gladly accept non-food donations. Hygiene products are especially welcome. Things like that deodorant, tampon, or toothpaste that's not your brand will be greatly appreciated by someone else.


From Your Hand to the Homeless
Click here to lend your support to:  From Your Hand to the Homeless   and make a donation at pledgie.com !

We need your tax-deductible donation like never before. Please make it today.

PayPal


https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=5GUPMXQSBD9ZE

AS TRUE PATRIOTS THESE ARE THE PRINCIPLES ON WHICH WE STAND: GOD, CONSTITUTION, COUNTRY AND OUR NATIONS VETERANS. GOD IS FIRST AND FOREMOST WITH US. FOR APART FROM GOD THERE IS NO FREEDOM ! THOSE WHO REFUSE TO BE GOVERNED BY GOD SHALL BE RULED BY TYRANTS!!!

THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS 'CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS'. OUR RIGHTS, FREEDOMS AND LIBERTIES ARE UNALIENABLE MEANING THEY ARE ENDOWED ON US BY OUR CREATOR, GOD ALONE! WE HAVE NO OTHER AUTHORITY TO WHICH WE MUST GO IN ORDER TO HAVE AND EXERCISE OUR RIGHTS. OUR CONSTITUTION SERVES 'ONLY' AS A WRITTEN GUARANTEE FROM GOVERNMENT THAT IT WILL NOT INFRINGE ON OUR GOD GIVEN RIGHTS, FREEDOMS AND LIBERTIES !!!

OUR COUNTRY WAS BUILT ON CHRISTIAN PRINCIPLES. THEY ARE THE CORNERSTONE OF OUR SUCCESS AS A COUNTRY. A COUNTRY WITHOUT GOD IS AS A SHIP WITHOUT A RUDDER TOSSED TOO AND FRO BY THE STORMS OF THIS WORLD TO END ONLY IN SHIPWRECK. AS TRUE PATRIOTS WE MUST STAND IN PLACE OF THAT MISSING RUDDER STEERING OUR COUNTRY BACK TO GOD AND OUR CONSTITUTION!!!

WE MUST ALWAYS REMEMBER TO HONOR OUR NATIONS VETERANS, THOSE WHO HAVE MADE THE NECESSARY SACRIFICES UP TO AND INCLUDING THE GIVING OF ONES LIFE IN DEFENSE OF OUR GOD, CONSTITUTION AND COUNTRY! IT IS A DEBT WE CAN NEVER REPAY! THEY DESERVE BOTH HONOR AND RESPECT AND IT IS OUR GOAL TO SEE THAT THEY GET IT!!!

 Founder Veterans Project , Joseph F Barber  God Bless and thank you for listening 

 Help Homeless People for Free  
Source

It doesn't have to cost you money to help people in need

It can be difficult to give to charity when you aren't making much yourself. Many people simply can't afford to share their earnings without jeopardizing their own living situation. Others are understandably reluctant to harm their own standard of living to help others.
It isn't necessary to donate money to help people less fortunate. Instead, you can donate time, connections, knowledge, and skills to homeless people. While these things cost time, labor, and thought they don't take away from your paycheck. In fact, they look great on your resume and are a great way to fill in gaps in your employment record But if you are fortunate enough  to have resources and funds to assist another ,veterans project or any local charity is a good way to get and have a tax deductible donations .
So take a trip with me down this page and find out how you can help homeless people without touching your hard earned cash. Share yourself and make a big difference in the lives of people living without homes. Or if you wish to help someone in need today you can make a contribution to veterans project@ Please provide whatever you can- $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100- To Use your debit/credit card or check click here:


We need your tax-deductible donation like never before. Please make it to

From Your Hand to the Homeless

Click here to lend your support to:  From Your Hand to the Homeless   and make a donation at pledgie.com !
 PayPal     https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=5GUPMXQSBD9ZE   

photo by Patrick Moore, SXC
photo by Patrick Moore, SXC

Donate Labor at Homeless Charities

Shelters, soup kitchens, and food pantries always need more help.

Your local homeless shelters and soup kitchens need volunteers, even for just a few hours at a time. Most of the things that need to be done are simple so any able-bodied person can do them with minimal instruction. Service providers need people not only to deal directly with homeless people but to prepare food, mop, sweep, and do dishes and other such tasks as well.
Food pantries also often need help doing such things as handing out the food but also in organizing donations of food, picking up food from donors, and helping to warehouse donated food in storage areas.


photo by Jan Stastny, SXC
photo by Jan Stastny, SXC

Help Fill Out Job Applications and Resumes

Many homeless people have valuable job skills but have a hard time presenting themselves to employers. While part of this is physical presentation such as cleanliness, grooming and tidy clothing much of it is communication. If you are literate you can help them fill out job applications and create resumes.
Even completely literate and educated people living on the street can often use help with their resumes and job applications. Homelessness is very demoralizing and can cause people to undervalue themselves and this reflects in how they fill out such forms and documents.
An outside eye can help them to catch these mistakes and help them to present their best face to prospective employers.

From Your Hand to the Homeless
Click here to lend your support to:  From Your Hand to the Homeless   and make a donation at pledgie.com !
photo by Michal Zacharzewski, SXC
photo by Michal Zacharzewski, SXC

Donate Childcare

It's almost impossible to be a parent and work or even seek work without childcare. Check with local charities that serve homeless people to see if they need assistance providing childcare for their clients. If not, they can probably help you to find out whom to contact.
image by Emil Bacik, SXC
image by Emil Bacik, SXC

Match Up People With Services They Need

With a home base which includes a phone and an Internet connection, it's pretty easy to locate helpful resources in your area. People without homes generally don't have easy or reliable access to either of these things or if they do they don't necessarily have a quiet place to access them so they can make the best of them.
You can research the charities and government services available for poor and homeless people in your area and compile them into a list to share. Be sure to include addresses and phone numbers plus contact names and email addresses whenever possible. You can then print this information out to give to people seeking help.
photo by Sanja Gjenero, SXC
photo by Sanja Gjenero, SXC

Teach People How to Read and Write

...or how to read and write better

Share your knowledge by teaching homeless people to read and write better. It's difficult to gain employment and take advantage of opportunities for betterment when a person can't read and write or can't read and write well.
Local charities that serve the needy should be able to advise you on where you can donate your teaching services.
photo by Michal Zacharzewski, SXC
photo by Michal Zacharzewski, SXC

Match Up Donors, Mentors, and Patrons With Charities and People In Need

If you know someone with the ability to donate time, money, goods or services put them in contact with needy people or charities that serve the homeless that could use what they have to offer.
For example: Homeless people have little access to professional grooming services which makes looking presentable for job interviews or simply retaining employment difficult. So a few years back (when I could afford to get my hair cut) I gave a list of charities that provide services for homeless people to my hair stylist and suggested to her that it would be greatly appreciated if she could donate some haircuts to people looking for work. She is a totally wonderful person so she found a good match and donates haircuts regularly.
People who practice a trade that could be taught, provide skilled services, are able to teach reading and writing, and business owners who may discard still useful merchandise or foodstuffs can all help the homeless.

Teach Life Skills and Trades

Contact local adult education services and homelessness outreach programs and volunteer to teach your job skills, job trades and life skills. Even a short training period learning about a skill or trade can give a job seeker a better chance than being completely unskilled in the job market.

Some Notes on Sharing Your Knowledge and Education

If no program for knowledge sharing activities exists in your community or if existing programs are too inflexible for your work schedule or other, personal limitations you can independently advertise your services. Simply print up a flier or card offering free resume services, application assistance, etc. and get permission to place them in soup kitchens, shelters, or other service providers for poor and homeless people. I would suggest mentioning to the staff that you'd be pleased if they help people who need your services to contact you.
If you independently provide help to people, please keep your safety in mind. Meet only in public places where other people are around and do not share your personal information.

Spread Awareness with InvisiblePeople.tv on YouTube

Share videos on homelessness with family and friends to raise awareness about the problems these people face every day.
photo by Chris Scott, SXC
photo by Chris Scott, SXC

Donate Used Items

Whenever you purge your closet of clothes you no longer wear and get rid of toys and clothes that your kids have grown out of, donate them to charities. Hats, gloves, coats and other winter clothes are always appreciated.
Books and current magazines are also appreciated. Anything portable that a homed person would enjoy, a homeless person would. 
Be sure to donate your old computer to a shelter or other charity that serves the poor in your community.
photo by petr0, SXC
photo by petr0, SXC

Donate Free Things to Shelters and Food Pantries

Every Sunday you can match up ads to flier coupons and coupons you have saved and find products that would be free if you combine a good coupon with a store sale. Often these things may not be something you'd use so you pass them by. But from now on, don't. Just pick up the free item while you are shopping.
Get the things that turn out to be free after discount and coupon and donate them to charities. Food pantries and shelters usually gladly accept non-food donations. Hygiene products are especially welcome. Things like that deodorant, tampon, or toothpaste that's not your brand will be greatly appreciated by someone else.


From Your Hand to the Homeless
Click here to lend your support to:  From Your Hand to the Homeless   and make a donation at pledgie.com !

We need your tax-deductible donation like never before. Please make it today.

PayPal


https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=5GUPMXQSBD9ZE

AS TRUE PATRIOTS THESE ARE THE PRINCIPLES ON WHICH WE STAND: GOD, CONSTITUTION, COUNTRY AND OUR NATIONS VETERANS. GOD IS FIRST AND FOREMOST WITH US. FOR APART FROM GOD THERE IS NO FREEDOM ! THOSE WHO REFUSE TO BE GOVERNED BY GOD SHALL BE RULED BY TYRANTS!!!

THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS 'CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS'. OUR RIGHTS, FREEDOMS AND LIBERTIES ARE UNALIENABLE MEANING THEY ARE ENDOWED ON US BY OUR CREATOR, GOD ALONE! WE HAVE NO OTHER AUTHORITY TO WHICH WE MUST GO IN ORDER TO HAVE AND EXERCISE OUR RIGHTS. OUR CONSTITUTION SERVES 'ONLY' AS A WRITTEN GUARANTEE FROM GOVERNMENT THAT IT WILL NOT INFRINGE ON OUR GOD GIVEN RIGHTS, FREEDOMS AND LIBERTIES !!!

OUR COUNTRY WAS BUILT ON CHRISTIAN PRINCIPLES. THEY ARE THE CORNERSTONE OF OUR SUCCESS AS A COUNTRY. A COUNTRY WITHOUT GOD IS AS A SHIP WITHOUT A RUDDER TOSSED TOO AND FRO BY THE STORMS OF THIS WORLD TO END ONLY IN SHIPWRECK. AS TRUE PATRIOTS WE MUST STAND IN PLACE OF THAT MISSING RUDDER STEERING OUR COUNTRY BACK TO GOD AND OUR CONSTITUTION!!!

WE MUST ALWAYS REMEMBER TO HONOR OUR NATIONS VETERANS, THOSE WHO HAVE MADE THE NECESSARY SACRIFICES UP TO AND INCLUDING THE GIVING OF ONES LIFE IN DEFENSE OF OUR GOD, CONSTITUTION AND COUNTRY! IT IS A DEBT WE CAN NEVER REPAY! THEY DESERVE BOTH HONOR AND RESPECT AND IT IS OUR GOAL TO SEE THAT THEY GET IT!!!

 Founder Veterans Project , Joseph F Barber  God Bless and thank you for listening 



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