“They don’t have a food pantry or run a shelter. They don’t collect cans and drop them off under a bridge every so often. Instead, they’re part of the community. They’re out on the streets, making friends and coming back to visit, day after day, week after week.”
— Tara Nieuwesteeg, Dallas Innovates
You can discover more about The Human Impact in the press articles and videos below. If you have questions or would like to get involved with us, please email email@example.com.
The Human Impact: Street-Side Salon (Clip below from KDFW FOX 4)
Correction: We have only done haircuts for a little more than 3 years and have done them monthly, not weekly as stated below.
Photos show life on the streets through the eyes of those who live there (Dallas Morning News)
The Human Impact (Dallas Innovates)
Sessions for the Soul: Ministry takes to streets to help homeless (Dallas Morning News)