How to find free emergency food, shelter and clothing

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How to find free emergency food, shelter and clothing

A Republican Governor (and supposed Christian) busses children thousands of miles and abandons them Christmas eve on a freezing DC sidewalkHow do they find help?

Access to information can be the key to survival. Where you can find a warm shelter? Some food?

Finding information in an emergency is harder as thousands of Americans dealing with a brutal winter storm would agree with. You may not have access to a laptop. The information might be scattered across different websites. How can information from different sources be collected and shared so it’s easy to read on a phone?

Create a Wakelet collection such as this one which provides details on food banks, shelters and other emergency resource. This Collection was created in a few hours using the free Wakelet app.

  • Use Wakelet to collect and share information such as text, images, videos or URLs
  • The collection can be share as a URL, QR Code or embedded in a website
  • A Wakelet can be printed and shared as a PDF such as the one below
  • Wakelet Collections automatically resize to the device being used such as a phone, tablet or laptop and even embedded in a website
  • You can also add or update the information in your Wakelet at any time

Find free emergency food, shelter and clothing

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Extremist Republicans’ cruel values

While it is not known who ordered the migrants bussed to the capital, advocates pointed fingers at Abbott. The Republican Texas governor—along with GOP Govs. Ron DeSantis of Florida and Doug Ducey of Arizona—have bussed more than 10,000 migrants to Democratic-led cities. – Salon

What we’re seeing are Greg Abbott and extremist Republican’s cruel values. This is who they are. Don’t forget that. – Sunrise Movement

Worthless @GovAbbott dropping off people with no money and no means on Christmas Eve in 15 degree weather near the VP’s residence. How Christian of you, Greg Abbott. Being a heartless POS isn’t going to make you the next Republican President. – Joaquin Castro

TakeAway: Make it easier for people to find the resources they need.

Deepak
DemLabs

DISCLAIMER: ALTHOUGH THE DATA FOUND IN THIS BLOG AND INFOGRAPHIC HAS BEEN PRODUCED AND PROCESSED FROM SOURCES BELIEVED TO BE RELIABLE, NO WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED CAN BE MADE REGARDING THE ACCURACY, COMPLETENESS, LEGALITY OR RELIABILITY OF ANY SUCH INFORMATION. THIS DISCLAIMER APPLIES TO ANY USES OF THE INFORMATION WHETHER ISOLATED OR AGGREGATE USES THEREOF.

HUD Poster

HUD Poster that directs people in need to nearby resources

Wakelet Collection printed as a PDF

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