The Homeless Look Great In Mink

With money pouring in to Tsunami relief efforts faster than many agencies can spend it, some have urged would-be givers to remember the plight of needy elsewhere. For the homeless in frigid U.S. cities and abroad, the long winter has just begun--and some organizations have come up with creative ways to help. By Jeninne Lee--St. John


After decades of guilting the rich out of their mink coats and fox stoles, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is taking furs turned in to the group and donating them to the homeless in several U.S. cities, as well as in...

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