Homerun | Nov 21, 2012 | 4:56

Funding for street worker: a necessity

After losing government funding, NDG non-profit, Head and Hands is getting creative to pay for 2 street workers. Juniper Belshaw is the funding and development coordinator at Head and Hands.

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