Project KengiKat Blog

Prison with Keys or Homelessness?

It’s just before 11:00 pm and the parade of strange folks in and out the apartment next door has begun. I’ll have to endure another night of strange questionable people standing and talking next to my door, on the steps, the constant opening, and closing of the door and the annoying ringer of the buzzer […]

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9 Years later | Then and Now

April 3, 2017 | 5:37am   I really don’t want to be up this early. I mean I know I have an appointment to get my labs done, a few meetings and errands, but I’d rather have at least two more hours of sleep. I guess I could have just stayed there in bed until […]

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Solid Foundation

I recall once as a kid my Grandpa saying to me “Men like you spend most of their time alone” I looked over at him and replied “I’m not a man. I’m a kid just trying to figure this thing out.” I was talking about the camera I was holding. The camera he gave to […]

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10 Years of Service: Connection without bureaucracy

February 3, 2007, I created an outreach called Do Something Saturday and a blog called Project KengiKat. It’s kind of hard to believe that in less than 2 weeks I will celebrate 10 years since the creation. If you recall I was homeless at the time I started this journey and battling cancer. I was […]

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