End Homelessness in DC - One Family at a Time


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You Must Not Be Rich To Help The Poor

By a male, 16-21 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of You must not be rich to help the poor Jaguar is a very famouse musician among the Kenyan during the 2011 season that inspired manyyouths.He goes beyond singing and supports the community development projects and also helps the poor and also the disadvantaged in the society.Recently he builds shelters whose houses in the Mathare slums whose houses had burnt and lost there children in the incident. I was so much moved by the act of generosity and heart of sharing the poor and the sad.His music has great lessons in life and has inspired many including me.I have learnt to share whatever little I have even if I am not rich. I am greatly inspired by Jaguar as a musician and personallity to start an NGO to campaigh for the poog in the society. Read more.
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Project Leader

Lynn French

Executive Director
Washington, DC United States

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