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Social Bite: Cafes Helping People Out of Homelessness

Social Bite: Cafes Helping People Out of Homelessness

Dec 10, 2017-- In the hustle and bustle of daily life, it's easy to forget about our homeless population. In the United States alone, in just one night there are over half a million homeless people, a quarter of whom are children. Worldwide, an estimated 100 million people are homeless, with a total of 1.6 billion are lacking adequate housing. Scottish entrepreneur Josh Littlejohn wanted to make a difference in these statistics by starting a social business, which is a business invested in a particular cause, where the profits go to paying off business costs, charity, and bettering the community. To find out more about Social Bite, Littlejohn, and social businesses, read on. (7795 reads)


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Take ActionMany organizations who work with the homeless are looking for volunteers, and soup kitchens tend to need extra help over the holidays. If you live in a city where you frequently cross paths with those less fortunate, consider offering them a sandwich, cup of coffee, or even five minutes of your time. You never know the powerful impacts you can have on other people. For more ideas visit the Mother Nature Network. [more]



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