"Who can you help today?"
They say the masters at the art of living make little distinction between their work and their play, their labor and their leisure, their minds and their body or their love and their religion.
They simply pursue their VISION OF EXCELLENCE at whatever they do, leaving others to decide whether they’re working or playing
Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat.
~ Mother Teresa ~
Thank you for visiting our community. Every time you share our newsletter you'll be letting the world know you care. When you share our posts you'll be helping educate others about the challenges our homeless friends face every day in America. When people are aware of they can do - they do something! If they don't know, they can't.
Spread Peace USA is about inspiring you to do something - anything - to help another in need. Homelessness and hunger can be ended in our lifetime. All it will take is the difference between what people "do" and what they "could do".
Since 2008 Spread Peace USA has delivered meals, tents and other life-sustaining supplies to those in need. It is unacceptable that more than 5,000 homeless people die on the streets of America every year from a lack of shelter, food or clothing. Spread Peace USA brings awareness to the challenges facing so many people today and works to end hunger and homelessness in our lifetime.
Spread Peace volunteers learn quickly that feeling unwanted and unloved often hurts far more than not having food to eat or a place to lay your head. We create opportunities for people to spend time with those in need, get to know them and work to help relieve their suffering.
By using social media our volunteers we bring awareness to specific situations and needs in specific communities. There is no big or small when it comes to helping another in need.
Spread Peace USA has no paid staff. We do not solicit donations. Our mission to to inspire you to take action in your local community.
Please visit our bloggers. They are all active on the streets helping those in need.