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I am 50 years old living in my car because I got in an accident and can no longer work. I have worked my whole life and now they won't even give me EI because I wasn't laid off so I am on IA and only get 235 a month. I sure have a new view on homelessness. I never dreamed it would happen to me and here I am. It can happen to anyone no one is safe because you never know what life will throw at you. I want prayers for anyone who is homeless as well as those that will become homeless in the future. It is a very cold and scary place to be when you have no home words can't even describe it. Thanks to everyone who reaches out to us you are a light in a very dark place!

Wish List
  • food cards

  • cell phone

  • boots mens 9

The Russell
New Westminster, British Columbia

The Russell Housing Centre's shelter component is a 24-hour, minimal-barrier facility for up to 15 men aged 19 and older. It is a men-only shelter with homeless women supported by the nearby Elizabeth Fry Society shelter, also located in New Westminster. Donations are a simple way to have direct impact in the life of someone who is homeless.

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