Did anyone else just watch this? I about bawled through the whole show. Sooooo sad. So many families, previously doing well, with children, now living in shelters, or tents.
Here in Michigan the unemployment is now 14.1%, and expected to continue to grow. Not to mention issues all the other states are having.
I think I'm going to ditch the Pastor quilt idea, and try to spotlessly finish the Irish Chain I had started, to hopefully raffle it off for our local food bank, or shelter. Hopefully my quilting will magically improve, so someone will want to buy a ticket for it.
My DH & I also are on the board of our local AngelFood Ministries- low cost foods to help supplement peoples food budgets. And we also assist during distribution.
It just doesn't seem like we're doing much. And but for the grace of God go we.....
What are some other things you all do, to help out?
If you missed the show, I seen she has it on her website. Oprah.com And it's funny, as I seldom watch the show. But this one really touched me!