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Fayetteville, North Carolina
“It’s so important to be kind… I cannot stress that enough. People have this idea of me because I’m rough around the edges and am full of tattoos, kind of hard-looking on the outside, but I have a heart… I’d do anything for people in need… because I’ve had people do that for me… just be kind to each other. We are all human and if we don’t take care of each other, then we aren’t here for a purpose. We don’t have purpose. It’s the small things, and if there’s a need you see in your community, don’t think there isn’t anything you can’t do… because there is. Don’t be afraid to say ‘hey, I saw this and I have this idea’… you never know who’s listening…” (Read the full story today on FB @ Faces of FAY)
A traveling Fayetteville outreach is deploying all its resources to ensure homeless and low income veterans have the tools necessary to stay healthy.
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Off-Road Outreach continues to help stop the spread of COVID-19 among the homeless ...
Helping homeless veterans has been nothing new for Stacey Buckner, who started her nonprofit Off-Road Outreach about three years ago.
Buckner takes her Jeep around Cumberland County to provide showers, a hot meal and hygiene kits to the area’s veteran and homeless population.
Fayetteville Outreach News - Woman doing God's work during COVID-19 pandemic - According to Stacey Buckner, “This is not your opinion about our Veterans or the homeless, this is a public health issue.”
"Basic human kindness and decency - that is something we all deserve." For Stacey Buckner, the idea of helping homeless Veterans is one she feels passionately about and defines the mission of her outreach.
Stacey Buckner and Bobby Henline as well as hundreds of volunteers return abandoned Veteran's ashes from the Carolinas to Pennsylvania
Axios Investigations Firm (AIF), Off-Road Outreach, Kraken-Skulls, and Woobie Official gave back to our Homeless Veterans this Christmas! Provided over 100 Hygiene Kits and 50 Woobie Jackets!