PARSIPPANY —University of Scranton, Circle K International member, Emily Mulhaul had an opportunity to visit the Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany and discuss her organization, “TheTangibleMore.” Emily is the daughter of Past President Michael Mulhaul.
Mulhaul started, TheTangibleMore, a non profit to encourage unity in our Nation by helping those in immediate need. This is what we can do now for our Homeless Americans. The organization began as a positive and noncontroversial reaction to the Women’s March on January 21, 2017.
In one day, the Women’s March attracted over three million individuals across the United States, with the largest crowds marching through Los Angeles, New York City, Washington, D.C. The streets of cities as large as Los Angeles, New York City, and Washington D.C are shelter for our Homeless Americans. Their goal is to encourage a continual and collective effort and raise three million tangible donations for the 500,000 Homeless Americans.
“We did not forget you when we marched past you,” she said.
The community service club, Circle K, at the University of Scranton donated white socks and undergarments to the local community center for individuals during Fall of 2016. They also donated, 79 toothbrushes and 44 bottles of toothpaste to their local homeless shelter.
The group was formed to deal with the homeless population:
- 60,000 homeless individuals in New York City
- ~43,000 homeless individuals in Los Angeles
- ~11,000 homeless individuals in Washington, D.C
- ~500,000 homeless individuals in the United States of America
- ~3 million individuals come together to march in one day
- They believe three million could open their hearts to the homeless
- This is the positive, noncontroversial, Tangible More
Get Involved. Tell your friends, family, and surrounding community there is more we can do. There’s no better way to make an impact than to continue to be an active advocate yourself. Join now and make an impact!
The Kiwanis Club of Greater Parsippany will be helping Emily with her project, locally, by donating to Homeless Solutions. Just recently, Kiwanis member, Nicolas Liamnov, organized a fundraiser to collect coats for the needy at Homeless Solutions.
To learn more about TheTangibleMore, click here.