Officially homeless. Mom kicked me out last night. Step-dad assaulted me. Have no money, no food, no water. Have my dog with me. Probably going to die cause no one is helping me. Can you get any of my stuff from the house, so fucked. If there’s anyone in Tampa area that can help me, please reach out. I’m desperate.
hi so if anyone in the minneapolis-saint paul area wants to help an autistic nonbinary person avoid homelessness please let me know. i’m going to need a place to stay in about a month.
even if it’s just a couch or a closet or something, it’s better than being out on the street.
i probably wouldn’t even be around most of the time, honestly. i mostly just need a safe place to sleep at night.
i’d be able to pay a small amount of rent if you needed—i have a (part-time) job but i don’t make much—and i could help out with things around the house if you wanted. i’d want to be productive and give something back in some way.
Robin Hood restaurant in Madrid, Spain, isn’t your average
restaurant. Sure, it may be your average restaurant for breakfast and lunch
daily but during evenings, the restaurant closes to regular paying customers
and only caters to the homeless. Owned by 80-year-old Rev. Angel Garcia
Rodriguez, the restaurant serves restaurant-quality meals to those who are down
on their luck. “To get served by a waiter wearing a nice uniform and to eat
with proper cutlery rather than a plastic fork, is what gives you back some
dignity,” he said.
“It’s just hard to believe I get to sit and eat here without
paying any money whatsoever. You reach a point when something like this just
makes you feel incredible,” said Gian Parlafes, a guest at the restaurant. For
regular paying customers, it can be quite difficult to get a table booking
because of how popular it has become. Not only are the paying customers getting
a wonderful meal but they’re also giving back something to the community.
Before you go to sleep tonight, please say a prayer for warmth and for peace of mind and body for those without a home tonight. I think sometimes we forget that there are men, women, and children who don’t share the same luxuries that we are blessed to have…If you’re unable to do anything such as donate to a shelter or do a kind deed for someone on your way home, at least send them a small prayer.