We mentioned this in last night's News Roundup but it bears repeating: Homeless men from the Mariners Inn shelter and treatment center in Detroit are raising money to provide gifts for four needy families this holiday season. Using cash collected from friends and businesses or that they earn, the men hope to raise $500 for each family to provide clothing, toys, household items, and food. "These men may be homeless but they are not hopeless," said David Sampson, COO for Mariners. "The men are sons, they are husbands, and they are fathers that have found a way to look beyond their own situation to help somebody else in need." [Breitbart]

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