These Dedicated Houston Public Workers
Launched An Amazing Savage Remix
Nicole Wilson of Anointed Caring Homes and Ebony Noir of God’s Money God’s
Way Ministries pay homage to Chris Gleeton of Bread of Life and his dedicated
volunteers who stand at the front lines of feeding Houston’s homeless.
While May is Mental Health Awareness Month, Wilson and
Noir team up on their remake of the song to highlight first
responders and public workers serving the community.
The two have launched a remake of Beyoncé and Megan
Thee Stallion’s hit Savage, in which they highlight COVID-
19 first responders and public workers serving the
Noir and Wilson share a passion for the
homeless community through their
partnership of top Home and
Community Based Service Provider
Anointed Caring Homes.
"We go in the tents and feed the
homeless because we recognize these
people," said Wilson, Founder of ACH
"Many of these people are similar to the
clients we care for.
"It's important we are on the front lines of mental health by staying focused
on housing, while caring for the intellectual and developmentally disabled
population of Texas."
They believe the homeless community are
excluded from the census, and make
them prime at-risk candidates and
transmitters of the virus due to their
unsheltered living conditions.
Together, the organizations launched their
#WellnessWednesday Campaign to raise awareness
to the growing population of the homeless
community, and decided to contribute to The Bread
of Life Inc beginning in April 2020.
Impressively, the volunteers still serve over 300 cars every Wednesday,
and GMGW works hand-in-hand to distribute leftover contributions
directly to unsheltered homeless families.
GMGW shows the reality of the
homeless population while
distributing kits to those living in tents
under the 288 South Freeway bridge.
The meals were provided by Taste
Bar & Kitchen as their way of
serving the people who serve the
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