The “hopes and dreams” of a dozen homeless children who live in Tucson were celebrated Monday through greeting cards. And now the public will have a chance to learn about those dreams while supporting a group that helps the homeless. Photographs on the greeting cards included a dog at a shelter with an explanation that De’oujenai, 9, has a dream to help dogs.

A story from the Arizona Daily Star. Read on.

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