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OUR REALITY IN 35 WORDS OR LESS ...
Mina & Allie
Homeless children, like Maria, joyfully come to WORKship. Our cooks feed them beautiful meals. Our pediatricians carefully check them over to keep them healthy and safe. And our volunteers adore and protect them. Life's unfair. WORKship is not.
Crosby, d. 2014
Crosby -- street-named for looking remarkably like David Crosby, the singer -- was a Vietnam vet with addiction issues who sought housing for over a decade. He died on the streets two days before he was to move into the apartment WORKship helped arrange.
Mina and Allie are WORKship volunteers. They want to help -- and they do. Mina has helped countless times and Allie has served over 100,000 meals. At their colleges, Mina and Allie are respected -- and appropriately feared -- human rights activists. Just sayin.
Patrick was an exceptionally well-educated street scholar. WORKship nurses identified a suspicious growth on his right cheek. Without insurance, no surgeon would take his case. He died on the streets of metastisized skin cancer.
Patrick, d. 2015