Today I had the pleasure to speak at The Carey School about The HomeMore Project and how we can be a part of the solution to homelessness, even as early as the second grade. A few months ago, I had an invitation extended to me from Glenn Heuser, a teacher at The Carey School in San Mateo. Each year they have a group of Change Makers who speak to their class, and in return, the students create a package to support the organization.
The HomeMore Project was proud to receive nearly 50 hygiene kits filled with toiletries and other necessities to be distributed to those experiencing homelessness in San Francisco. The students’ hygiene kits and kind notes will be included in our next batch of Makeshift Traveler distributions.
Thank you to Glenn Heuser and the second graders who put together such meaningful hygiene kits for our unhoused neighbors.