The Homeless Philanthropist of San Francisco NPR's Noah Adams talks to "Don," a San Francisco homeless man who became a philanthropist after he inherited nearly $200,000 from his mother. He has donated money to other homeless people, prostitutes, even an art gallery.
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The Homeless Philanthropist of San Francisco

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The Homeless Philanthropist of San Francisco

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The Homeless Philanthropist of San Francisco

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NPR's Noah Adams talks to "Don," a San Francisco homeless man who became a philanthropist after he inherited nearly $200,000 from his mother. He has donated money to other homeless people, prostitutes, even an art gallery.