There are roughly 1.3 million homeless school aged children in America. And research has shown that children who experience homelessness face a wide range of challenges related to their health, emotional well-being, and safety. In this episode of Life in HD, you’ll meet Reggie Kelley who is the founder and director for the charitable organization Rise Above Poverty. Reggie’s organization collects basic necessities for homeless school kids to help them worry less about their physical condition and appearance and concentrate more on learning. This is his story.
To learn more about homeless school children in America, see this PBS article.
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My staff and I spent the morning serving those in need at our local Rescue Mission. It was rewarding and eye-opening. Sometimes we get so comfortable in our bubbles that we forget the struggles of our fellow man. Bursting that bubble and touching another’s life can be a rewarding act. Live your life in high definition by giving back to make a difference in someone’s life this week.