De Blasio Admits Mistakes When It Comes To Homelessness CrisisFacing another day of criticism over the homelessness problem Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio admitted he has made mistakes – but said he “wants to do more.”
South Carolina Teen Feeds the Homeless with Home Grown Veggies18-year-old Katie Stagliano has been doing her part to feed the homeless in her South Carolina community for almost a decade.
8-Year-Old Creates Care Packs For HomelessIt's clear there's a real homeless crisis across the globe, and sometimes it can be hard to know where to start, but one little boy is a great reminder that anyone can make a difference.
Tips For Helping The Homeless This Holiday SeasonIn New York City alone there are thousands of homeless people. The Toussaint family is among that group -- they consider themselves homeless after they moved into a shelter with their daughter, Selina, Monday night.
Advocates: State Hasn’t Made Good On Funds To Fight Homelessness In New York CityEarlier this year Governor Andrew Cuomo promised to invest billions of dollars into solving the growing homeless problem in New York.
Report: NYC Booked $629 A Night Hotel Rooms To House HomelessThe report, issued Wednesday by Comptroller Scott Stringer, says the city booked 30 rooms at that rate on Sept. 19 and Sept. 20.
Tons Of Food Prepared For Those In Need At Bowery MissionIt is no exaggeration to say they are preparing thousands of pounds of food at one local outreach center.
Number Of Homeless People In New York City Reaches All-Time HighThe Department of Homeless Services reported there were 60,252 homeless people living in New York City, up 200 in two weeks.
Murray Hill Residents Outraged As Homeless Are Put Up In Area HotelFrustrated New Yorkers expressed outrage over the growing homeless problem at a forum in Murray Hill.
Bronx Fashion Show Designed To Help Homeless WomenA fashion show in the Bronx is designed to do more than show off the latest trends. The models live at a women's shelter called Susan's Place.
Homeless Teen Bikes 6 Hours, Sleeps In Tent To Attend CollegeA homeless teenager found sleeping in a tent outside a Georgia college after biking six hours to get there is receiving an outpouring of help and support from across the country.
Commuters Say Subways Are Filthier Than Ever As Summer Heat ArrivesAs the summer sun takes aim at the city, more and more commuters are complaining that the subway system is hot, smells, and is getting dirtier every day.

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