But it's not what other shelters around the United States are doing.
We will be opening all of the shelters for 2006.
If we had about 350 more beds (among the nine shelters), we could meet our demand.
People are either getting triaged here, treated here or being sent out to other shelters. Nobody stays here permanently. They get treatment, they get sent out to other shelters or they get treated here, stabilized and sent to hospitals.
We are collaborating to feed 500,000 people a day, operating 270 shelters, but as you can see the need is to have more monetary donations to help.
You can always make a film somehow. You can beg, borrow, steal the equipment, use credit cards, use your friends' goodwill, wheedle your way into this or that situation. The real problem is, how do you get people to see it once it is made?
(July 12, 1943 - )
The company has offered very little, and that's the real reason for this (labor dispute), and we all know the copper price.
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