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Home of the Sparrow

I love my photo-journalism job.  I get to cover so many worthwhile causes.  I love the way the people in  my county and my community come together to help each other out.  In this case, I’ve been a helper, and I’ve been helped.  Home of the Sparrow helps women who find themselves precariously housed.  It might be because of unemployment, widowhood, abuse, or, well, for any reason.  

Read here to find out more.  (That’s CoCo in the photo with her brand new kitchen table that she purchased from the Sparrow’s Nest.)

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  1. What a great article and what a great place this is. I would love to be able to do your job! I bet you do meet the neatest folks and find the neatest things. Great job Adela! Loved reading this!

    • Adela Adela

      Thank you Beth Ann. Researching and writing this article reminded me that just one person, and maybe throw in a couple friends, can really change the world. I know Home of the Sparrow isn’t changing the whole-wide world, but it is changing the world for many, many women.

      I do love this job. Last week I covered the March for Science, (more about that next Wednesday.) Today I’m finishing an article about the Rusty Patched Bumble Bee. If you’re curious about people, places, and things, journalism is a great career.

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