Putting People Over Politics in the Nation’s First Presidential Primary State

“When we look at hunger and homelessness we need to look at the why of it and stop judging and calling names and see if we can build on their strengths no matter who they are.”

Recording before a live audience gave us a palpable sense of just how deeply moved listeners were by the story of Maureen Beauregard, who “survived foster care” to go on and build one of the most effective organizations serving homeless people called Families in Transition – New Horizons.  “I can remember what it felt like to be hungry, to be lonely, and it leaves such a hollow feeling inside”  She is joined by a very committed Share Our Strength chef named Matt Louis who owns Moxy, one of the most popular restaurants in Portsmouth, New Hampshire  Listen in athttp://addpassionandstir.com/putting-people-over-politics-in-the-nations-first-presidential-primary-state/ or on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/add-passion-and-stir/id1164624510?mt=2

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