A Safe Place in the City of Good Abode

MEMPHIS, TN

I had the pleasure to visit the “Youth Villages” Poplar Group Home of Memphis, TN, which is designated as a “safe place” for the abused, runaway, and homeless children of the area. Here the boys of the house are carving pumpkins and preparing their first pumpkin roasted seeds. Thanks to the outpouring of volunteers from the local area, via Volunteer Mid-South.

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One response to “A Safe Place in the City of Good Abode

  1. Cindy

    You have really done your homework in finding great stories. They get better and better, and by that I mean more and more hopeful. Outstanding!

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