A wise man once said there is a big difference between pity and compassion. Pity feels sorry for something. Compassion does something about it. This was, and continues to be the biggest motivation behind Erin Schulte and the Pop Up Soup Kitchen initiative she and her friends started to feed the homeless and poverty strickenContinue reading Pop-up Soup Kitchen spurs Blankets of Love: A donation drive to provide Surrey Homeless with winter survival essentials.
An update to the story I posted yesterday that warmed everyone’s hearts is developing. In speaking with Erin Schulte just now, she said a member of the group received a phone call from Fraser Health this morning to contact them. Erin did call back and spoke with a Fraser Health Inspector, Nimret Rai, who saidContinue reading Update: The Little Pop Up Soup Kitchen…that couldn’t