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It's Time For Our Pledge Drive
(sung to the tune of Away in the Manger)
From: WCAI / WNAN
Meals on Wheels on the Vineyard: Much of the world knows Martha's Vineyard as a rich person's playground, but many locals are struggling to find adequate food and shelter.
Stressed Out in Eastham: According to a survey conducted by Barnstable County last year, 80% of the most needy households on the Cape wrestle with stress and anxiety.
The Winter Rental Shuffle in Sandwich: With off-season rental-housing prices skyrocketing, where are the working poor expected to look for shelter?
Homeless in Hyannis Part 2: Shelters housed more than 500 homeless people last year. But untold others live on friends' couches, in motel rooms, and in tents in the woods.
Homeless in Hyannis Part 1: Shelters housed more than 500 homeless people last year. But untold others live on friends' couches, in motel rooms, and in tents in the woods
Free and reduced lunch program statistics in Dennis indicate that there may be no accurate way to measure poverty.
Elderly Poor in Harwich: The ever-rising costs of living means that for a growing number of seniors, retirement has not been the life of leisure they may have expected.
Wampanoag in Mashpee: Of the 350 Wampanoag living in Mashpee today, 90% live from paycheck to paycheck, undeniably poor.
Youth Flight in Falmouth: If the next generation of teachers, nurses, and firefighters can't make the Cape their home, then who will serve and take care of the people who can?
At WCAi/WNAN we broadcast this during our fundraisers. We know humor is subjective but we think this is sort of funny.