Twitter and Homeless People

“Blogging and tweeting might be among the last hobbies you’d list for a homeless person, but some down-and-out people have embraced social media in such a way that it’s actually garnered them needed assistance — everything from food and diapers for children to counseling and housing.

“I did not believe in social networking before I ended up on the streets,” says Rd Plasschaert, who became homeless last year. “It’s the way people are finding housing. It’s the way people are finding food banks.” – READ MORE

And if the homeless are online, what are you and I doing to connect with them via our own Twitter accounts? Share your stories in the comments. We need Social Media Mentors. Check out Cataclysm Missions Intl LLC. 

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TRC Magazine:

You told her many times that you aren’t a writer. She heard your testimony many times and so have others. You can’t put two sentences together. TRC Magazine is looking for writers who will give a voice to the people God is working through that can’t write. We are looking for writers to show us all aspects of the Christian life. We are a very diverse crowd. Provided the story follows the usual statement of faith and won’t lead anyone astray, you are welcome to apply here.

Cataclysm Missions Intl LLC:

Many volunteer positions exist here. Can you mentor someone online? Can you help a church or ministry do online work better? Can you write once per month on the blog and help others evangelize online and face-to-face? Check out this ministry here.