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72: Combatting Homelessness By Loving One Another | Dawn Sandoval | The Least of These Ministry

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Interview with Dawn Sandoval, Founder and President of The Least of These Ministry:

Meet Dawn Sandoval, who has been serving the homeless in the Roanoke Valley for over seven years. There are an estimated 300+ people in the Valley who are homeless—people who are living under bridges, camping in local parks, bathing in the river, and sleeping in alleys and doorways. Dawn started this ministry with her husband to help meet the physical and spiritual needs of people who are suffering from homelessness. In her conversation, she shares about what homelessness and what it looks like, how her ministry began and where her passion comes from, and advice for anyone who is striving to share their message. For more information about how you can get involved with their ministry, click here for opportunities.

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