we started with just coffee and vitamins, then we started bringing socks and other hygiene items, warm clothes, etc. we have the resources now to do hot lunches for around 120 people every distribution. it's not solving the housing crisis or ending hunger but it does mean a lot of people are better nourished, warmer, safer, and more connected. i'm bragging here bc my friends have done most of the work, and because i want to emphasize that doing something is way better than doing nothing
the GDP has absolutely no relation to the living standards of anyone anywhere but its a great way to measure how much richer rich people are getting
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