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Na Mea Pono: Oahu woman works tirelessly connecting homeless with resources to help them get off the streets

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Kara England | Na Mea Pono

Kara England spends hours on end meticulously sorting through donations, washing used clothes and collecting food, often from complete strangers. But the majority of her time's spent signing up people living on the streets for medical and welfare benefits, food stamps and financial assistance.

Kara England spends hours on end meticulously sorting through donations, washing used clothes and collecting food -- often from complete strangers.

But the majority of her time's spent signing up people living on the streets for medical and welfare benefits, food stamps and financial assistance.

Produced in partnership with the Economic Hardship Reporting Project.

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