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Stay Safe In The Big Lightning Storm

fakescience:

Stay Safe In The Big Lightning Storm

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magicmattie:

magicmattie:

So I just found out a local artist set up an ‘art installation’ out in the city which is actually a donation box. There are twelve compartments, and the key to each is given to one homeless person. They write what they need on their section of the box, and people can just drop these things into it. Some just ask for food and clothes, some ask for more expensive stuff like cell phones so they can try and get a job. And honestly, I say ‘expensive’ but I don’t know anyone who doesn’t have a spare old cell phone lying around somewhere.
This is so awesome. No English website, unfortunately, but damn what an idea. You help the homeless, directly, and you can meet them if you come to one of the events organised around the box- which is probably the most important thing, just meeting people, working on reconnecting over that gap of poverty.
Love this. I hope this goes viral and that we see more ‘art’ like this all over the world.

Btw, if anyone here goes to that Facebook page, do like them and do write on their wall telling them you’re from abroad and like the idea! Artists and activists need to know there’s a positive response to what they do. Don’t worry, they’ll understand English.

magicmattie:

magicmattie:

So I just found out a local artist set up an ‘art installation’ out in the city which is actually a donation box. There are twelve compartments, and the key to each is given to one homeless person. They write what they need on their section of the box, and people can just drop these things into it. Some just ask for food and clothes, some ask for more expensive stuff like cell phones so they can try and get a job. And honestly, I say ‘expensive’ but I don’t know anyone who doesn’t have a spare old cell phone lying around somewhere.

This is so awesome. No English website, unfortunately, but damn what an idea. You help the homeless, directly, and you can meet them if you come to one of the events organised around the box- which is probably the most important thing, just meeting people, working on reconnecting over that gap of poverty.

Love this. I hope this goes viral and that we see more ‘art’ like this all over the world.

Btw, if anyone here goes to that Facebook page, do like them and do write on their wall telling them you’re from abroad and like the idea! Artists and activists need to know there’s a positive response to what they do. Don’t worry, they’ll understand English.

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