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Drive Up Donations

Just when you start to think the world is a dirty, ugly, awful place, you read about parking meter donations raising $8,500 for the homeless. In San Luis Obispo, reports kcbx.org, special parking meters places throughout the city give residents and visitors a chance to help those in need by simply donating while they pay for their parking.

The meters are part of a pilot program called Change for Change that goes through April 2016.

The meters are also meant to help discourage people from donating directly to panhandlers: they are printed with the slogan “Change for Change – Handouts Don’t Help.”

The money collected was recently presented to the Friends of Prado Day Center by the City of San Luis Obispo, the Downtown Association and United Way.

Read the article here.

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