Every single day for the last eight days, we have thought of ways to get water to people living on the streets during this crisis, and we found a way to build and assemble portable handwashing stations that hold up to 10 gallons of water.
This week, we are starting to plant these around the city for people who will be on the streets the entire length of the shutdown (regardless of spaces being open).
Every news report we’ve read said that we must wash our hands, but what does this mean for people experiencing homelessness?
What happens when you have no access to water, restaurants won’t allow you to come into them, and people already overlook you every single day—you become more prone to catch the #CONVID-19 virus.
Call me (Terence) whatever you’d like but @lovebeyondwalls is on the move with extreme caution with a few friends and partners. Video to follow.
It costs about $100 dollars to build these, you can give by clicking the link in our bio and clicking “handwashing stations donation”
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You have a great program I am very interested in purchasing a couple those sinks how can I do that