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HOPE Helps, Inc is a 501(c)3 designated
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Watch the new HOPE Helps video to learn more about our organization.

After the airing of the 60 Minutes segment regarding Homelessness in Seminole County, HOPE’s Krissy Todd and Joan Faulkner were able to provide additional information to the community as to how to get involved by volunteering, or how to get assistance through HOPE and other agencies.

Thank you to Clear Channel and John and Leslye from Magic 107.7 for the interview.

When a congressional subcommittee meets in the nation's Capitol on Thursday, they will hear from homeless children from Central Florida. A brother and sister featured in a recent "60 Minutes" segment and a pair of sisters from Seminole County will board a plane to Washington D.C. Wednesday morning in Orlando.

Arielle Metzger, 15, and her 12-year-old brother, Austin, had been living with their father in the back of a box truck for months. They just moved into a new mobile home over the weekend. Destiny Raynor, 15, and her 12-year-old sister, Kimberly Staton, will join the Metzgers on the trip and testify in front of the Housing and Community Opportunity Subcommittee as it takes up H.R. 32, the Homeless Children and Youth Act of 2011.

NBC's Ann Curry travels to Ohio to take a personal look inside the lives of families who have lost jobs, homes and dreams.