54 Ways to Help the Homeless

54 ways to help the homelessThis booklet was written by a Jewish Rabbi, Charles A. Kroloff and published by Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc. and Behrman House, Inc.   It is Distributed by Macmillan Publishing Company,  Copyright 1993 Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc. and Behrman House, Inc.

The “about this book” note says this about the book: 

NOTE:  Fifty-four represents a multiple of the number 18, which in the Jewish tradition represents “life.”

You may reproduce this book entirely, or any section of it, for non-profit use without seeking permission from the author or publisher provided proper credit is given.

The permission is granted in order to permit the widest possible distribution of its contents in schools, religious institutions, and by individuals who want to inform others about ways to help homeless people.  

Additional copies of the book can be ordered from the publisher.   All profits from the sale of this book will be donated to organizations that are serving the homeless people of our nation. — The Publishers   Behrman House Inc. Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc.  235 Watchung Ave. 2507 Post Rd.
 West Orange, NJ 07052 Southport, CT 06490

 This book is easy to read and a great resource for any church or secular organization to distribute.  It will change the way you look at the homeless forever.  You can read it here:

54 Ways to Help the Homeless 

Although the Rabbi and the publisher have given you permission to freely copy it, the right thing to do and a good way to help the homeless, is to buy a copy or many copies and then give them away.    You may also want to download (requires some reformatting) and copy a section at a time and distribute it one section each week to your organization or class or small group.  The book will last about a year that way.

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