Natasha is 22 years-old and has been homeless sleeping rough in London for 4 years

UPDATE: Natasha Is No Longer Homeless

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Natasha is 22 years-old and has been homeless in London for four years. Only moments before meeting her on a dark rainy night I met two other homeless women. One woman had been on the streets for 33 years.

Natasha says because she is not using drugs or alcohol or pregnant there is no help.

It’s hard for to imagine what a young girl like Natasha life is like on the streets. It’s nothing but a miracle that she still is positive and can smile.


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Since its launch in November 2008, Invisible People has leveraged the power of video and the massive reach of social media to share the compelling, gritty, and unfiltered stories of homeless people from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. The vlog (video blog) gets up close and personal with veterans, mothers, children, layoff victims and others who have been forced onto the streets by a variety of circumstances. Each week, they’re on, and high traffic sites such as YouTube, Twitter and Facebook, proving to a global audience that while they may often be ignored, they are far from invisible.

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  1. smart, funny, beautiful. Being poor just as I suppose is true with wealth. Poor doesn't discriminate based on looks, or intelligence, or looks. Knowledge it the difference without question otherwise how to you explain idiots like many presidents these days or mega church leaders? Its not luck. Its not looks, smarts, or intelligence.

  2. И что ? и где она сейчас? Милая девушка, очень жаль, что ничего не известно про неё

  3. Бог исцеляет, Бог даёт жилище, он ставить вас на ноги, он любит вас! Вам нужно обратится ко Христу именно через Него и Им творятся все чудеса и добро. Он даёт помощь вам!

  4. Сейчас ей 30
    Эти малолетки могут что угодно придумать)
    Особбено концовку
    Но все бывает, даже рапятый мальчик
    Все бывает

  5. А пробовать нанятся уборщицей, или любую работу брать не пробовала?! Молодая и здоровая девушка не может найти себе работу в Англии?!

  6. А что посольство бесполезно для людей и помогать не желает?Ну пусть людям на чхать на её проблемы но местные власти для показухи хотя бы должны оправдывать свои должности.

  7. No one appreciates the little things in life that we should be thankful for or even thank God for what we do have worried about your new phone that's coming out next year the cold is coming in think about all the people on the street and try helping even with work close or anything you can trust me you will make some ones day