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Prime Living March April Buzz - I Am Waters Foundation Supermodels of The 80's Luncheon

Prime Living’s March-April Article | Supermodels of The 80’s Luncheon 2012

Check out the Prime Living’s article on I Am Waters Foundation Supermodels of The 80’s lunch on April 25th, featuring Kim Alexis, Jack Scalia, Kim Charlton, and Tony Spinelli.

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I Am Waters Foundation | How do you Dream when you're Homeless?

Supermodels of the 80’s, Cheryl Tiegs and Others to Speak at Charity Luncheon on April 25th, 2012, Presented by “I Am Waters”, a Foundation for American Homeless

Cheryl Tiegs, Kim Alexis and other notable Supermodel’s of the 80’s gather to discuss the intimate experience of being objectified and disconnected from mainstream society, how it correlates to the lives of American homeless and what the charitable foundation “I Am Waters” is doing to change the face of homelessness today.

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Elena Davis Founder of I Am Waters Foundation | 002 Magazine | January 2012 Issue | Elena Davis

I Am Waters Foundation From the Runway to the Streets: Elena Davis gives Houston’s homeless a message in a bottle

002 Magazine Houston — In 2009, Davis founded I Am Waters, a nonprofit foundation that provides safe, transportable water to homeless individuals and shelters. During the summer of 2011, I Am Water delivered 300,000 bottles of water throughout Houston, Ft. Worth and Austin.

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Hydrating The Homeless | Houston Homeless Outreach Team

Sgt. Stephen Wick of HPD Homeless Outreach Program and friend to Houston’s homeless distributes physical and spiritual hydration with bottles of water from I Am Waters Foundation.

I Am Waters Foundation salutes Sgt. Wick, Officers Geraldo and Terry for their continued compassion, diligence and service to our homeless.

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Melissa And Trace Homeless Couple Dealing With Grand Mall Seizures and Holding Down A Job While Living On The Streets

Melissa and Trace are a married homeless couple. He suffers from grand mall seizures. Melissa works, Trace’s seizures preclude him from working. Melissa: “If anyone would have ever told me I would be homeless one day, I would have looked at them like they were crazy or a liar….

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The Changing Face Of Homelessness

What is the changing face of homelessness?

Many may know that both single and two-parent families, not individuals, represent the changing face of homelessness in the United States today. One variation we don’t often expect is for that single parent to be a father. Please click here to view the story of Maso Mason Jr. and son.

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Joseph Benson - SEARCH Homeless Services

What do Our Shelter Partners Have To Say About I Am Waters?