Editor's note: This story by Amy Lange originally aired on Fox 2 Detroit on December 10th, 2019.
When Stanley Stinson goes out to help the homeless, the disabled, mentally ill or drug-addicted – it’s personal.
Stinson, who is now a nursing student graduating from Concordia University this weekend, was once homeless as a young man.
Jeff Hunt is Stanley’s outreach partner. For years they’ve been tending to those who need help the most. Hunt says Stinson has been the driving force behind the effort.
“He has a big heart for the people on the street and what they’re going through,” said Kevin White, a disabled client. “He went to nursing school so he could better help them.”
If this story has inspired you, why not explore how you can help further Concordia's mission through giving.