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Charity Donates $100,000 To Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance
Heart of Dallas is a new charitable organization that sponsored the 2013 Heart of Dallas Bowl Game at the Cotton Bowl Stadium on New Year’s Day. The game was their inaugural event which raised $100,000

Chef Quits Top Restaurant To Work In A Soup Kitchen
Chef, Jeff Ansorge now works at a soup kitchen for the Salvation Army in Minnesota. He said he was doing "God's work." The soup kitchen now serves high quality meats, vegetables and fruit.

Choices Emergency Shelter In Kansas Receives $156,000 Grant
The Pittsburgh homeless shelter had asked for more but is grateful to receive the funding. Last year the shelter helped 110 families, about 229 children and 159 adults

Christmas Stockings For The Homeless
First United Methodist Church of Oklahoma City started the program to help the homeless. They are seeking donations that can be used to fill the stockings, such as socks, fast food gift cards and nonperishable food items

Chuck E. Cheese's Helps The Needy This Holiday Season
Starting today through December 20th, Chuck E. Cheese's (in the Dallas-Fort Worth-area) is asking residents to donate non-perishable food items to help the North Texas Food Bank and Tarrant Area Food Bank

Church Remodel Offers 50 New Affordable Housing Units
In Seattle, Washington, the Gethsemane Lutheran Church has completed the project which includes affordable housing and a community service center which will feed the needy and be a day shelter for homeless women and children.

Cincinnati Seeks Federal Money For Homeless Shelters
Cincinnati City Council recently voted to request $7 million in federal funds to assist in the building of homeless shelters for the city. It is not clear on which existing shelters will receive the help.

City Has Implemented An Innovative Program To End Homelessness
Cypress Landing is a pilot project In Tampa, Florida. It basically gets the homeless off the streets into permanent housing. It also gives the homeless essential services so they can find work and stay off the streets

Clinton County Plans To Seek Grants For Homeless Shelters
County commissioners approved applying for the $260,000 "Emergency Solutions Grants grant program. They hope this will take care of their funding problems for at least the next two years.

Closed Prison Will Be Turned Into Housing For Homeless Veterans
Fort Lyon Correctional Facility in Las Animas, southeast Colorado, is the prison that will be remodeled for housing homeless vets. The governor's administration has asked for $6 million

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