Tuesday, August 10, 2010

The Summers Of Louisville

Advocates for the homeless believe the failing economy, rising unemployment and foreclosure cirsis are causing more two-parent families to seek out assistance from local shelters.  Many of the newly homeless are families in which one or both parents lost a job or were low-wage workers living paycheck to paycheck before a crisis hit.

Kentucky produces some of our nation's most povern people, and the Summers of Louisville are no exception. But their strong family values keep their heads above any challenge that seven people in a single cramped room might face. And that is one thing money could never buy.

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