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Thursday, October 25, 2018

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A native of Ventura, California.  Cody has been homeless on and off since he was a child.  Now at age 25, through the help of the Catholic missionaries, "Servants of the Father of Mercy" and people like you, one month ago he left Todd Road jail and enlisted in Ventura's "New Hope Sober Living Home."

Now in November 2018, Cody remains at "New Hope" attending two AA meetings a day and through Brandon, the house manager, Cody successfully submits to frequent and random drug/alcohol testing, Now, in November Cody is taking victory by the horns and beginning another new month being clean and sober.

But that's not all!  November comes with a full-time job that also blesses him with built-in friends, paid work, breakfast, lunch and a great team of guys sharing the same struggles, hopes and dreams.

Life is moving fast for Cody right now, but in a good way. We need continued funding at $600 a month for his housing and program fees for the next 10 months. 

Also, Cody must immediately restore his driver's license at the DMV.  His boss is counting on him to be driving company vehicles very soon.  One-month DMV class-work and fines is $500.

Lastly Cody needs $500 monthly for incidentals, work pants/shoes, groceries and medications.

All totaled, taking Cody off the streets and fulfilling his young dreams, hopes and inspirations is an investment costing approximately $15,000 over the next ten months.

We are so very grateful for your love, heart and compassion for our beaten and lost young homeless men that Cody has proven can permanently rise out of the ashes with your help and kind financial gift.

At the Archdiocese of Los Angeles’ Private Association, Servants of the Father of Mercy, Inc., a 501 3 (c) nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation all donations are tax-exempt. 

Thank you for giving.  (Click on the photo above)

You are in my prayers. May the peace of His poverty be yours.

God bless you!

Bro. Joseph, Founder +

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