I am only one, but I am one.  I cannot do everything, but I can do something.  And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do.  ~Edward Everett Hale

I am one person – an Engineering student (not part of a big company or corporation) – trying to make a change in the homeless community, one step at a time.

I aim to improve the health, nutritional status, and personal well-being of the homeless children and families in San Diego County.

I have initiated this iCARE Campaign to aid the homeless community in San Diego, CA.

For more information about my cause, please feel free to contact me at iCareCampaign2012@gmail.com


4 Responses to About

  1. Sandy says:

    Making my way around your blog and leaving several comments in hope that will help you a bit. People spending time on your blog, visiting and reading, and commenting is helpful; as well as the donations. Love your cause. The homeless need across the country is huge. The average age of a homeless person is 12. I remember being surprised how open your homeless population is there in San Diego, in the tents and all, very public. Here, they have the need to hide. Which makes helping them a bit harder. They have to hide for protection, both from the police and the general public. The police root them out and don’t allow the tent cities here. I see we’ve each used the sad picture of the man asleep on the sidewalk on our blogs, it’s a powerful picture.

  2. Lori says:

    I have been blessed to award you today with The Certificate of Awareness. This isn’t an award, but a way to say that we love your blog and the work you put into it to be what it is.
    Please follow the below link as it will tell you what you need to do. Its rather quite simple actually. Hugs!

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