Why support All the Angels Come?

 

All the Angels Come uses the proceeds to support the project, the message, and also directly benefits those experiencing homelessness. “Homelessness results from a complex set of circumstances that require people to choose between food, shelter, and other basic needs.”  (National Coalition for the Homeless, 2009) The causes are many and it is important not to make assumptions about the homeless members of our community. All the Angels embraces the notion that we all have value in society. 

All the Angels Come speaks to the curse of stereotyping, the value of the individual and the blessings of diversity.  The cast of characters are all but typical yet carry values that are universal. In the spirit of anthropologist Adolf Bastian’s psychic unity, the angels are better when they are together, a metaphor for all of us.

 

All the Angels Come will change you. It is an unforgettable immersive serial novel that places the reader smack in the soul of each character. “I have to say that the chapters that I have read have inspired me to pick up some watermelon at the store, and give money to the homeless woman by the riverside when she asked me.” (Sarah Stuart Clarke, writer) . Read it and learn why!

Where do the donations go? Many of the donations go directly into the hands of those that need it. Some of the characters are inspired by people I have met experiencing homelessness. Funds go directly to them when possible. The intention is that fifty percent goes to the those in need and the remainder goes to publishing costs, supplies and printing. As of today most everything has gone to the our friends whose homes may not be the same as ours. For the majority it is not a choice. For some it is. Like  the gentlemen who said "it was either a home for me, or pay child support." He chose child support. 

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