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Finding value through work: Bobby, Shelter Participant, Watered Gardens Ministries

“I’m worth getting that job, earning that money. That’s where your confidence comes back—you know your value.”

– Bobby

Bobby has been involved with Watered Gardens since 2000. Watered Gardens a non-government-funded ministry that helps individuals dealing with dependency and homelessness with an emphasis on compassion and self-reliance.   

Here, Bobby discusses how he found value through volunteering and work—a check from the government can never replace the sense of pride that working provides. To learn more about welfare reforms that help Americans like Bobby experience the power of work, click here.

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