Rest assured in knowing that all of our street newspaper proceeds are reinvested into helping the homeless. Global Street Paper Summit Marc conducted an exclusive interview with the pope for all street papers, through the news service of the International Network of Street Papers. - The Washington Post For the first time since the street paper movement began in …

Global Street Paper Summit The INSP Summit is the only forum where street paper staff can meet with international colleagues to learn from each other, share experience and form partnerships. Street Sense newspaper was a lifeline for the homeless in D.C. Coronavirus forced it to stop the presses. Donate to support INSP’s work with street papers and the thousands of homeless people that they support. Street papers provide global update on how the world’s homeless population is facing the coronavirus By Liam Geraghty, The Big Issue (UK) As coronavirus continues to spread, The Big Issue wanted to get a real sense of how the deadly pandemic is affecting people on the streets.

The Toronto Street News website says the newspaper is sold to the homeless at 10 cents per copy, and sold on the streets for $1 each. INSP supports 113 street papers … It says the 10 cents is used to pay for the printing costs. Give back by signing up for a monthly subscription to The Homeless Voice Street Newspaper.