A homeless man in the U.S. became a hero after he found a dangerous backpack


“They did the right thing and deserve all of the attention for what they are – heroes. They deserve to be known,” Linda Flores-Tober, the executive director of the Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless, told to the media. Donations have been rolling in to support the two men. a A GoFundMe page was  set up to benefit Parker, White, and the Elizabeth Coalition for the Homeless Parker has received more than $20,000. A community service group based at Kean University, has arranged for Parker to stay at a local hotel. The men have also received food and clothing from donors, including a backpack. “I still have my nine lives, I guess, and I’m going to keep trying to live them well,” Parker said. He added he really wants a job.


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