Seminole County Deputy GIVES Homeless Veteran A Trailer After Initiating A Fundraising Drive
There are many people on the left saying, "all cops are bastards"--but this Deputy seems like a pretty awesome guy.
While the pandemic rages on and the left want to keep us locked down until November 4, they're shouting for defunding the police, and calling riots "peaceful protests," life continues to go on for normal Americans. There are Americans out there struggling, and some that are trying to make their fellow Americans' lives better.
One of those people is Deputy Carl Tipton who saw something wrong in his community and decided to fix it. It's a problem that is far too common in the U.S.--a veteran was living on the streets.
Deputy Carl Tipton said he spotted military veteran Richard Pajula on the streets of downtown Sanford with his walker and red suitcase three weeks ago.
“Looked like he was lost like he needed somewhere to go,” said Deputy Tipton. "My heart went out to him."
After helping him get off the streets by raising money to help pay his rent, the community raised enough to buy him a 34-foot travel trailer. It was presented to him at a ceremony Friday.
“I’ve never had anything like this. It's very wonderful,” said Pajula.
Source: Fox 35 Orlando
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This is such an amazing thing that Deputy Tipton has done for this homeless veteran. Richard Pajula has his dignity and a place to call home because one man saw a need and pushed to meet it.
That is some great stuff right there!
But that's only the beginning for Deputy Tipton.
He hopes that this is the beginning of something much bigger--a ministry to help those in need. He was moved by seeing Richard Pajula's red suitcase, so that's what he's calling the ministry he's planning on starting--The Red Suitcase Foundation.
ClashDaily salutes you, Deputy Tipton, for your service to your community and your Christ-like example. Kudos!
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