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

This is the callout,This is the call to the Patriots,To stand up for all the ones who’ve been thrown away,This is the call to the all citizens ,Stand up!
Stand up and protect those who can not protect themselves our veterans ,the homeless & the forgotten take back our world today

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Hopefully one day we won’t have any homeless vets, or homeless people at all. In the meantime, having a few care packages to hand out is a great way to help out,

Homeless survival packs Includes these items Help ease their burden. Just $25 helps provide homeless survival packs

TOILETRIES

Include This: Baby wipes, lip balm, lotion, sunscreen Not This: Soap, hand sanitizer, mouthwash

A common mistake a lot of well-intentioned people make, is to put smelly soaps and lotions in the same container as food. Unfortunately, this makes everything taste and smell like soap. So, the first tip is to separate toiletries from food items. In fact, leave the soap out all together. Anywhere homeless people have access to showers will have soap they can use as well. Opt instead for baby wipes. Anything including alcohol, such as hand sanitizer and mouthwash, should also be left out.

FOOD

Include This: Applesauce, pudding cups, trail mix, beef jerky Not This: Crunchy granola bars, sticky food or candy Slim Jim Beef Jerky Tabasco 2The thing to keep in mind when including food, is that our friends living on the street don’t have regular access to dental care, so usually softer snacks are preferred over sticky and crunchy snacks. Strangely enough, however, the most sought after food item is beef jerky. Probably because it contains a ton of long-lasting protein, and fills you up! A variety of snacks to choose from is always nice, and most times they can trade for what they like.

MISC. ITEMS



Include This:Travel coffee mugs, gift cards, socks, band aids Not This:Cash, used items, shampoo, religious literature
When you travel by foot, clean, warm socks are always a welcomed gift! Travel coffee mugs are a great gift too, and will get the recipient a discount on refills. Including used items give the impression that this is your hand-me-down, and that the person who receives it isn’t good enough for a new [pair of socks, coffee cup, fill-in-the-blank]. Including a tract, or a Bible verse may seem like a kind gesture, but ultimately, unless you are going to be there for these people every day, it can seem trite, and unhelpful. Instead, if you are the religious type, take time to get to know the people you are handing out care packages too, and ask if they would feel comfortable praying with you.

PRESENTATION

We do This: Hand deliver, smile, go in groups, stay and chat Not This: Throw out of our car, go alone
Aside from all of the physical challenges of getting food and shelter, homeless people are largely ignored and looked down upon. They are people, too! Take time to have a conversation with the people you are giving care packages to. You might be surprised at how similar their story is to your own, and how one misfortune landed them on the street. You will be blessing them more than you know just by giving them the respect and attention they deserve.

HELP FEED HOMELESS VETS CHILDREN AND CITIZENS ALIKE
While veterans represent 8% of the total population in the United States, they are disproportionately represented among our homeless: a startling 12% of the homeless population are veterans, or 16% of homeless adults. Most homeless veterans–over 90%–are male. About half of homeless veterans are disabled.

SURVIVAL PACKS



Advanced Packs


Just $25 helps provide homeless survival packs

Veterans Project
http://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/2014/07/veterans-project.html
Option
Mail your Donation to 11050 PEG LEG RD , VICTORVILLE CALI 92392
Care of Suzanne D Button
OR CALL YOUR ORDER IN @ 442-243-4192
You can help.

Pro Deo et Constitutione – 
Libertas aut Mors Semper Vigilans Fortis 
Paratus et Fidelis 
Joseph F Barber


LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD 




LIKE 




FOLLOW





THE FAMILY ASSISTANCE CAMPAIGN

URBAN-SURVIVAL-PACKS
Click to Donate Now!




URBAN SURVIVAL PACKS



Hopefully one day we won’t have any homeless vets, or homeless people at all. In the meantime, having a few care packages to hand out is a great way to help out,

Homeless survival packs Includes these items Help ease their burden. Just $25 helps provide homeless survival packs

TOILETRIES

Include This: Baby wipes, lip balm, lotion, sunscreen Not This: Soap, hand sanitizer, mouthwash

A common mistake a lot of well-intentioned people make, is to put smelly soaps and lotions in the same container as food. Unfortunately, this makes everything taste and smell like soap. So, the first tip is to separate toiletries from food items. In fact, leave the soap out all together. Anywhere homeless people have access to showers will have soap they can use as well. Opt instead for baby wipes. Anything including alcohol, such as hand sanitizer and mouthwash, should also be left out.

FOOD

Include This: Applesauce, pudding cups, trail mix, beef jerky Not This: Crunchy granola bars, sticky food or candy Slim Jim Beef Jerky Tabasco 2The thing to keep in mind when including food, is that our friends living on the street don’t have regular access to dental care, so usually softer snacks are preferred over sticky and crunchy snacks. Strangely enough, however, the most sought after food item is beef jerky. Probably because it contains a ton of long-lasting protein, and fills you up! A variety of snacks to choose from is always nice, and most times they can trade for what they like.

MISC. ITEMS



Include This:Travel coffee mugs, gift cards, socks, band aids Not This:Cash, used items, shampoo, religious literature
When you travel by foot, clean, warm socks are always a welcomed gift! Travel coffee mugs are a great gift too, and will get the recipient a discount on refills. Including used items give the impression that this is your hand-me-down, and that the person who receives it isn’t good enough for a new [pair of socks, coffee cup, fill-in-the-blank]. Including a tract, or a Bible verse may seem like a kind gesture, but ultimately, unless you are going to be there for these people every day, it can seem trite, and unhelpful. Instead, if you are the religious type, take time to get to know the people you are handing out care packages too, and ask if they would feel comfortable praying with you.

PRESENTATION

We do This: Hand deliver, smile, go in groups, stay and chat Not This: Throw out of our car, go alone
Aside from all of the physical challenges of getting food and shelter, homeless people are largely ignored and looked down upon. They are people, too! Take time to have a conversation with the people you are giving care packages to. You might be surprised at how similar their story is to your own, and how one misfortune landed them on the street. You will be blessing them more than you know just by giving them the respect and attention they deserve.

HELP FEED HOMELESS VETS CHILDREN AND CITIZENS ALIKE
While veterans represent 8% of the total population in the United States, they are disproportionately represented among our homeless: a startling 12% of the homeless population are veterans, or 16% of homeless adults. Most homeless veterans–over 90%–are male. About half of homeless veterans are disabled.

SURVIVAL PACKS



Advanced Packs


Just $25 helps provide homeless survival packs

Veterans Project
http://josephfreedomoranarchy.blogspot.com/2014/07/veterans-project.html
Option
Mail your Donation to 11050 PEG LEG RD , VICTORVILLE CALI 92392
Care of Suzanne D Button
OR CALL YOUR ORDER IN @ 442-243-4192
You can help.

Pro Deo et Constitutione – 
Libertas aut Mors Semper Vigilans Fortis 
Paratus et Fidelis 
Joseph F Barber


LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD 




LIKE 




FOLLOW





THE FAMILY ASSISTANCE CAMPAIGN

URBAN-SURVIVAL-PACKS
Click to Donate Now!





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