Twice a year, Los Angeles' homeless get a backpack that can make living on the streets a little more bearable. Blanket, Band-Aids, socks, sunblock, water, wool cap. This service was started by Tom Bagamane. Ezzie Richey remembers when the backpack was dropped at his feet. Richey, a 57-year-old homeless veteran, was not only was grateful for the bag, but for the love and hope that came with it. The moment so influenced his life that he is now off the streets and employed.
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