Mar 15
The Homeless Project
Want to be inspired? Then tune in to this week's show highlighting The Homeless Project.  Melissa Kennedy joins the show to talk about how her 11 year old son, Caleb, started The Homeless Project at age 6 to help those in need in downtown Detroit get warmth and food during the holidays.  Caleb was inspired to help the homeless, and asked his friends and family to donate paper hand warmers, hats, paper products and food so that he could wrap boxes for the homeless. 

Five years later, he and his family hand-wrapped more than 150 boxes and delivered the goods to the homeless themselves before Christmas.  Find out about the family behind this project and be prepared to be inspired to get out in your own community and make a difference.

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