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Weblog of Seattle minister to the homeless Rick Reynolds, Operation Nightwatch

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Caring for human beings seems like the best use of my time, homeless or not.

Friday, November 02, 2007

Hero of the Homeless Luncheon

Luncheon·Tuesday, November 20, 2007·12 noon to 1:00 pm
Seattle Center Rainier Room
Near the corner of 1st Avenue N. & Republican St.

What is a hero? Someone who doesn’t just stand on the side lines but jumps in and gets involved. That perfectly describes this year’s hero, Mindy Shivers.In addition to raising much-needed funding for a dedicated women’s shelter, you can help Nightwatch service another area of growing need: the working poor. Many homeless men and women actually work but do not make enough money to cover rent. For them, we provide a crucial safety net that gets them off the street and gives them a safe place to stay. Please join us for this inspiring luncheon and to find out how you can get involved.If you would like to attend please reply to this email. If you cannot attend and would like to donate, please click on this Nightwatch link.
Operation Nightwatch is dedicated to serving poor and homeless men and women.
We help people by providing emergency shelter, meals, and a ministry of presence on the street and low-income housing for seniors.
The services we offer are free of charge. We are funded primarily by contributions from individual donors and staffed by hundreds of volunteers.
Operation NightwatchPO Box 21181 • Seattle, WA 98111phone: 206.323.4359email: herohomeless2007@hotmail.com



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