GEORGETOWN, Del. - We have an update on a story we first brought to you in December about a local activist in Georgetown hoping to help the homeless.
Jim Martin, the former director of the Ace Peer Resource Center and creator of the outreach program called God Goes Digital, shared their their first success story today.
A 28-year old woman who went from being homeless to now having two jobs and even owning a car.
Brandi Foskey says, "There is a light at the end of the tunnel, it may take forever it may feel like forever to get there, there is a light, do not give up, keep pushing, keep fighting. Once you find something to strive for to fight for and then keep pushing from there."
The social media platform tells stories of people struggling with homelessness.
Since their launch in December they've been going live almost three times a day.
Creator Jim Martin says they now have another God Goes Digital volunteer in the Selbyville and Delmar region.
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