Atlanta native Terence Lester decided to help the city's homeless population by placing more than a dozen portable handwashing stations around the region. "As the world was talking about sanitizing and washing your hands, I knew there was an entire community of people experiencing homelessness who couldn't do any of those things," Lester said. "It's needed now more than ever. If libraries, restaurants and other public spaces are all closed, then how would people who live on the streets get access to water?" he asked. "They are a part of the community whether they have a home or not."

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