Dave Chung, who says he has been homeless for five years on the streets of California and Washington state, eats a meal before bedding down in a bus shelter in view of the Space Needle in Seattle. Crowdsourced fundraising like GoFundMe for homeless persons puts uncomfortable questions into the hands of the giver: Who is worthy of help, and how much?
Dave Chung, who says he has been homeless for five years on the streets of California and Washington state, eats a meal before bedding down in a bus shelter in view of the Space Needle in Seattle. Crowdsourced fundraising like GoFundMe for homeless persons puts uncomfortable questions into the hands of the giver: Who is worthy of help, and how much? Ted S. Warren AP file
Dave Chung, who says he has been homeless for five years on the streets of California and Washington state, eats a meal before bedding down in a bus shelter in view of the Space Needle in Seattle. Crowdsourced fundraising like GoFundMe for homeless persons puts uncomfortable questions into the hands of the giver: Who is worthy of help, and how much? Ted S. Warren AP file

Some homeless people find help via crowdsourcing. How do you know how to give?

February 01, 2018 09:09 AM