Lost and Found for The Homeless

Scholarship Entrant: Rodeesha from Grayslake, Illinois
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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I dream of changing the world by having an organization call “Lost and Found for The Homeless”. Lost and found for the homeless would be an organization for the homeless to find life again. I feel this would change the world for some many people; this would give homeless their confidence back to have life and a healthy one, and safeness. My organization would help them get back on their feet by, getting them their identity back. Getting their identity back would lead me to helping them to get an id, social security card, and birth certificates if they don’t have one. I would provide counseling for my patients, transportation until they get back on their feet, meals, clothing, etc on what is needed. Some people just need the helping hand to guide them to where they want and need to be. I am going to be that helping hand for the homeless, and bring my dream to reality to give the homeless a new start to life.
Next I would help them found a job with also a place to live of their own to live. After making sure that they can live on their own I will frequently check on them for six months or more and still provide them with counseling if need.

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