Dying For A Home
“It used to be that someone dying homeless was an extreme event such as a freezing death … We eventually reached a point when we could no longer keep up with responding to the deaths – there were simply too many.”
“Today, we continue to need kitchens of relief, the kitchens where loving hands stir soupsand chili to serve those in need…But we also need those same hands to stir the political pot, to make sure we get off this path.”
Posted on May 25, 2011, in Rock For Humanity and tagged Affordable housing, Cathy Crowe, charity, Home Depot, homelessness, housing, June Callwood, kitchen, out of the cold, Public Health, social housing, street health, Tent City, Toronto, toronto disaster relief committee, Toronto Public Library. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.