Project HOME Video Features Lily Tomlin and Jon Bon Jovi Talking Homelessness in Philly and Camden


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A new video produced by Project HOME‘s “The Francis Fund” discusses homelessness, poverty, and hunger throughout the Philadelphia and Camden regions, and features some extremely familiar faces.

The Francis Fund  is “a special fund that seeks to raise at least $1.5 million for local organizations directly serving those struggling with hunger, homelessness, and poverty in the greater Philadelphia area and Camden. Project HOME is operating the fund in support of the World Meeting of Families and will not receive any funding ourselves.”

Project HOME is lead by the well-respected Sister Mary Scullion, who serves as the organization’s Executive Director and who is co-chair of the World Meeting of Families Hunger and Homelessness Committee. Clearly, she’s rallied the troops for this message, including appearances from Lily Tomlin, Jon Bon Jovi, Ed Rendell, and a lot more.