Sunday, April 5, 2009

Rothstein Jewelers of BeverlyHills is Finding More Homeless People in L.A.

(This is Johhny "Uh-Oh".)

In my daily treks to the Jewelry district of Los Angeles, I encounter more and more homeless people. I recognize the ones that have staked out their territories, as I see them each day. I even get to know their names and a little about them. Most lug all their belongings with them, and some have a place to store them while they beg for money or hang out. I am trying to promote a desire within my community to give to these people more than what is provided by the existing "Services" in Los Angeles. I encourage my friends and customers of Rothstein Jewelers of Beverly Hills, to give us their unwanted clothing, food or "extra" money. I bring it to the actual people who really need things. Here are some of the homeless people that I have met last week:

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1 comment:

  1. In 2002, the U.S. Conference of Mayors prepared a study on hunger and homelessness in 25 major cities. Here’s what they found:

    38% of the request for homeless families go unmet.
    60% of homeless shelters turn away homeless people due to a lack of resources; mostly money.

    In Europe homeless people are often referred to as “rough sleepers”. According to the study in London:

    The life expectancy of a homeless person in London is 42 years, compared with the national average of 74 for men and 79 for women.

    Simply put hunger and homelessness is a global problem.

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