It was the last place Bo wanted to be: panhandling with a sign that said “anything helps” and living in a homeless shelter. But a devastating divorce had left him almost penniless and to move forward from this low point in his life he needed help.
Bo found the help he needed at the Millionair Club Charity. “I am so grateful they saw me for what I really was – a homeless person who was also a worker that wanted to succeed.”
“When you enroll in their employment program,” continued Bo, “they give you everything you need: breakfast, shower, laundry, bus tickets.” And after three weeks, Bo’s good work ethic was rewarded. Bo was offered a full time job as a Street Cleaning Ambassador at the Metropolitan Improvement District. His new income enabled Bo to rent a room at the Millionair Club Charity’s Kasota apartments so he could move out of the homeless shelter.
“Living in a shelter surrounds you with drugs, violence and chaos,” points out Bo. “Now thanks to my room at the Kasota apartments, I can close my door and sleep without interruption. I am applying to be a green machine operator and saving my money. I am living, instead of just surviving.”
Thank you to all our community partners: You help ensure that the Millionair Club Charity’s supportive employment program can help hundreds of men and women like Bo rebuild their life.