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Saint Therese inspires new homeless outreach charity in Berkeley California

08-22-2018 09:57 AM CET | Associations & Organizations

Press release from: J. Mancini

Homeless person layign on sidewalk in Berkeley California with food from outreach group

Homeless person layign on sidewalk in Berkeley California with food from outreach group

Jane Mancini has been feeding the homeless for thirty
years. This past year Jane and friends and family
chipped in for more supplies to feed the growing
number of homeless living on the streets in Berkeley
California. Jane named the outreach after Saint Therese's
"Little Way". Jane's mother taught Jane about Saint
Therese and Jane became a devotee. Jane goes out
every Sunday with potato chips and peanut butter crackers
and personally hands them out to homeless on the streets.
She gives out socks to those who need them. Please
help support "The Little Way Homeless Outreach" and
search for us on google to find our website for more information.

The Little Way Homeless Outreach hands out food and socks to homeless people living on the streets. More information at

J. Mancini
PO Box 16296
Oakland, CA 94610

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