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I am from India. the first time I had to sleep outside I was so cold, a corrupt landlord had forced me out I was 55 and out on the street.
For over 25 years I've worked in construction. I've also done manufacturing, and after so many years inconstruction I went back to school and now I am a certified Health Care Aide. I would like to go back and do more schooling.
I find it hard to live in this age, I see immoarl people and it is hard to deal with.
I'm happy when I'm working, when I have good food, security, a sense of well-being, physically mentally and spiritually.
If I had unlimited resources, I would bring water to a rural villages in Africa which will eradicate 80% of the diseases.
Pray for Peace and well being.

Wish List
  • warm winter jacket mens size 36

  • gift card for warm footwear

  • socks, blankets, hats, gloves, scarf, underwear

  • bus tickets

Gateway & Front Room
Surrey, British Columbia

Gateway Shelter, comprised of 40-beds, is a barrier-free homeless shelter open 365 days a year, for men and women over the age of 19.
Clients who do not qualify for the housing program are still able to access shelter beds through the temporary winter shelter or through Gateway Shelter on a night to night basis. Supervised by staff during rest times, it offers separate women's and men’s sleeping areas with washrooms. Lockable storage and coat racks are available for use. Guests are allowed to leave at any time during the night.
The shelter is attached to the Front Room Resource Centre, where individuals can access showers, laundry facilities, hygiene products, coffee, individualized case planning, community referrals and a diverse array of services. Individuals staying at the Gateway Shelter are offered three meals daily through the Bread4Life Program.

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