Woody's Circle of Care supports Sue & Jim Reichwein as they climb Mount Kilimanjaro to help Cranford Coulter feed the homeless
For the past several years, Cranford Coulter has shopped and purchased food at local supermarkets in Souderton, prepared homemade meals and traveled to Center City to feed the homeless folks every week. He's been featured in several newspaper articles for his selfless acts of kindness and generosity. His picture and a link to a newspaper article about his cause is below if you would like additional details.
(Click to read more about Cranford) Cranford Article
Unfortunately, Cranford's health issues no longer allow him to maintain gainful employment, and as a result, he alone can't afford to buy the groceries he needs to cook for the homeless. Therefore, through the Kilimanjaro climb, Sue & Jim Reichwein are raising money and will use the proceeds to set up Cranford with an account at the local supermarket. Collectively, we want to support him so that he can continue to serve those that are in need without the additional burden of finding funds to purchase food.
Cranford is the "real deal" and is living his life to serve others, even though he has so little. It's inspiring and what we all hope to emulate in our actions every day. Our goal is to raise $5,000 to purchase grocery gift cards where he shops for food in his home town of Souderton. Any donation you can make to this cause would be greatly appreciated.
If you would like to contribute, you can send a check made out to "Woody's Circle of Care" to Sue & Jim Reichwein, 6 Flint Circle, Doylestown PA 18901. Donations can also be made online by clicking on the "Donate" button to the right.
Thank you in advance for your support for this worthy Cause.