A homeless man makes his way through the Brooklyn bridge during low temperatures at Lower Manhattan in New York, February 20, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

A homeless man makes his way through the Brooklyn bridge during low temperatures at Lower Manhattan in New York, February 20, 2015. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

An Iranian woman and her 3 year old daughter, disfigured from an acid attack from the husband/father.

An Iranian woman and her 3 year old daughter, disfigured from an acid attack from the husband/father.

A child goes into poverty also when the mother dies on them at a young age and they have no where to go . A child can't change or prevent from their mother dying .

A child goes into poverty also when the mother dies on them at a young age and they have no where to go . A child can't change or prevent from their mother dying .

Rondtoeren in het weekend met mooi weer geweldig.... stoppen voor een drankje!

Rondtoeren in het weekend met mooi weer geweldig.... stoppen voor een drankje!

Help!  Please stop turning your back on these suffering people and do something to help!!  We will all be judged by what we did and didn't do in this life. If you wont't show compassion to others, at least fear God!

Help! Please stop turning your back on these suffering people and do something to help!! We will all be judged by what we did and didn't do in this life. If you wont't show compassion to others, at least fear God!

There are approximately 6.5 million people age 65 and over living in poverty in America today -- a number that is too high and, unfortunately, only growing. That's 6.5 million of our mothers, fathers, uncles, aunts, grandmothers, grandfathers that struggle daily to afford food and rent, to access needed health care and long-term services and supports, to remain connected to their families and active in their communities. Older adults who are poor deserve special attention and we should unite…

There are approximately 6.5 million people age 65 and over living in poverty in America today -- a number that is too high and, unfortunately, only growing. That's 6.5 million of our mothers, fathers, uncles, aunts, grandmothers, grandfathers that struggle daily to afford food and rent, to access needed health care and long-term services and supports, to remain connected to their families and active in their communities. Older adults who are poor deserve special attention and we should unite…

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