As Americans help our neighbors in a pandemic: a charity Bazaar for the neighborsPictolic
Family Gall of Milwaukee, determined to help the needy in difficult times, exhibited at the house table with commodities, offering all who need it, to take all necessary free of charge. They thought that their resources will not last long, but it happened otherwise: people joined to help, and now in the courtyard of the family Gal — the real charity Bazaar!
Terry Gall and her parents, residents of Milwaukee, has decided to open in the yard of a small charity item. Putting on the table, canned goods, cereals and other foods that they are placed next to the sign that says "Free" and "Take if you need!" So they decided to help those who in the days of quarantine were left without work, money and food.
Says Terry, the idea of her parents copied from "Knigomania boxes" where to quarantine residents of the city were placed the books and took the ones they wanted to read.
But fears Terry is not true. People not only took the essential from the table, but more often left their gifts for the needy. Terry and her parents try to tell people about your charity Bazaar.
Certain visitors to donate money to the benefactors. Terry's father allowed them to design a charity Bazaar, buying a few new tables are required for the extension and the tent-the tent that covers food and other things from the rain and heat.
Donors donate so actively that the family of Gall introduced rules that tells everyone: they are asked not to bring charity Bazaar perishable products — meat, dairy products, bread.
The stories of the family Gallus, the most popular juices, soda, Mayo, chips and other small fast-food, canned meat, shampoo and mix for cooking pancakes. People often come for hygienic products. Especially needed food for dogs and baby wipes. The organizers of the charity Bazaar are asked to bring in the first place.
In a recent charity Bazaar has grown and adopted civilized.
On the private charity of the Gauls know more people in Milwaukee.
Neighbors willing to help neighbors!
So the family of the Gauls from Milwaukee has restored in his community the faith in human kindness and generosity!