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The hotel management works with churches and ministries to provide low-cost lodging for homeless people.
He has about 12-14 people staying at the hotel at any given time, he said. Kruse helped Clay pay a few days' rent, giving him the chance to catch his second wind. Clay found a part-time job as a day shift coordinator at the Applebee's restaurant in Wentzville."My only problem was having a warm place to sleep, get up, shave and get to my job," Clay said. "I just needed a stable place for a few weeks. The rest will come. Now it is up to me."Read more: www.stltoday.com...# ixzz1i9MMO5Ld
Originally posted by tinker9917
I think this is great, people opening their doors to the homeless like this in any way they can to help. Alot of people may get the helping they need to get back up on their feet and continue on in life.
Any thoughts on this from fellow ATS members?
It's a crazy world we're in these days isn't it?