Atlanta Police Officers assisting a homeless family

Lake Charles, Louisiana
December 6, 2017 5:33pm CST
Atlanta Police Chief Jeff Glazer is showing his heart of gold by assisting a homeless mother who had four children who were living inside a car. When Officer Glazer found out that Ebony Rhodes was homeless and living inside her auto, Glazer enlisted the police officers of his precinct to set up a Go Fund Me account to raise at least $15,000 so Ebony and her children could have a place to live. So far the Go Fund Me has raised at least $10,000 so Ebony can live in a home for at least one year so they can get back on their feet again. Rhodes does appreciate the kindness of Chief Glazer for assisting her to raise her children in a home since she does work for a living but due to her health problems and being a single mom it did lead her to be homeless,
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@lady1993 (15739)
• Philippines
7 Dec
that was really ice of to help a complete stranger
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
8 Dec
It really was a noble deed by the police in Atlanta.
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@shivamani10 (10791)
• Hyderabad, India
7 Dec
Oh...what is happening? what is happening to police people? Why are they becoming Saints?
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
8 Dec
It must be the Christmas spirit that is getting to them.
@JohnRoberts (41239)
• Los Angeles, California
7 Dec
These are the acts police are never given credit for.
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• Lake Charles, Louisiana
8 Dec
Those good deeds never get reported in the mainstream media.
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