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Taking lessons from basketball and business to address the needs of people experiencing homelessness

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Drew Moser always thought he’d be doing something in business, maybe climbing the corporate ladder or owning his own company. Instead, he went from working on sports-related teams to teaming up with others to help alleviate the suffering of homelessness with the Lucky Duck Foundation.

“For whatever reasons, the good Lord has sent me down the nonprofit path,” he says. “I’ve come to learn I’m more mission-driven than I’d previously thought, and I enjoy working with selfless, giving people to facilitate their generosity to create impact; it brings me a great deal of fulfillment and I hope it does the same for them.”

The foundation is a nonprofit organization that understands homelessness as San Diego’s most pressing issue and works to direct resources and support to programs and strategies to help people who are unhoused. They connect people to shelters, provide job training, distribute food and hygiene products,…

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