Act of Charity Helps All SF Homeless… But is it really Thanks to Google?

Act of Charity Helps All SF Homeless… But is it really Thanks to Google?
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Amanda Gore (PSFK London)
  • 29 february 2008

According to MSNBC, Google have announced that they are offering every homeless person in San Francisco a phone number and voicemail to help them get back on their feet. The number given will be theirs for life and messages will be able to be picked up from any phone, with no indication to the caller that the service is different from any other voicemail system. Working with the City of San Francisco, Google launched the scheme at a Project Homeless Connect event on Wednesday.

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