No doubt that homelessness is increasing day by day and we need to do something instead of just talking about it. Just like the man who invited some homeless people in his own house to let them camp and stay.
Homelessness is quite a big problem when we see a city's management and well being. With the increasing poverty in the world some people do have a soft corner for the people who couldn't make it to the best. They struggle to provide them with at least the basic necessities.
A man living in Utah, where encampments made up of people experiencing homelessness are not strange, invited homeless people to camp in his private residence. The news spread like wildfire as the residents in those camps were seen cooking up a breakfast of pancakes and eggs which is not like many other camps in the city.
The people there are at the invitation of homeowner Darin Mann. He lets the people camp on his tidy third of an acre, use his house's bathroom and volunteer at a community garden Mann runs at a nearby public park.
He says, “I don’t know of a case where people have opened up their home to a homeless camp,” said Darin Mann, a 31-year-old community organizer.
Mann explains his views why he has thought of doing so."The goal is to de-stigmatize how people view homelessness, every person deserves to be treated with dignity and helped when they need it."
Around 15 people are living there right now. Mann told CNN that the residents came from other camps in Salt Lake City that were shut down. He also appreciated these people from Village Camp who help pull their weight in the community, especially at the urban garden he maintains in the public park.
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