PiN started when my wife and I asked a simple question, “Do we love poor people?” Families helping poor people is central to what PiN is all about. I believe most families want to help homeless people; however, life is busy. Our kids have activities, I have a busy work schedule, and I even need to relax some times. So how can I help the homeless? We often think about the homeles...

 

Most businesses want to make the neighborhoods that they do their business in a better place; however, is the non-profit organization I’m supporting really make a difference?

 

That is a great question. PiN believes we do more with a dollar than any other organization you could support. The reason we are able to stretch a dollar so much is because of the dedication of our volunte...

How much of a difference can $1 make to help the homeless in Virginia Beach? My answer is "All the Difference." Virginia Beach has about 450,000 residents, and 20% of people in the United States attend Church. So that means 90,000 people attend Church in Virginia Beach every week. If every one of those people gave $1 a month to PiN to help the homeless that would be $1,080,000....

First, PiN is honored that someone would consider donating to us. We consider every dollar donated as a blessing from God. We also understand that your money is valuable and you worked hard to earn it. PiN takes very serious how we spend your money and where it can have the biggest impact on the homeless. Currently, PiN has four pillars; these are the things that we believe can...

Please know that some of these answers may be tough, but they've been time tested and observed in real life situations for over a decade. We pray that they may lead you into a deeper understanding of homelessness and what you can do to help.

 

 

Question 1: What Should I Do About the 'Will Work for Food' Guy?

 

I know you have seen him; he is holding a sign that says 'Will Work for...

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