Edmonton, Canada, Mar 14, 2018 / 02:04 am
Every year in Edmonton, the city sees around 100 homeless, pregnant women who are in need of health care, shelter, and support.
Many of these women struggle with addictions, mental health issues, or finances, and give birth to babies who are in need of neonatal care.
However, local Edmonton developer Gene Dub recently donated a four-story building to a non-profit program called Pregnancy Pathways, with the aim of helping these struggling pregnant women.
After hearing about the need for a shelter for homeless mothers on the radio, Dub said he "just happened to have a building," according to the Edmonton Journal.