Kelly Urich


Couple Met at a Homeless Shelter, Got Engaged Five Months Later

Back in 2011, a woman in Washington D.C. named Ressurrection Graves lost her massage therapy business and her house to foreclosure -- all leading to her eventually in a homeless shelter.
While in the shelter, she met a guy named Deven, who was also homeless, and he wanted to DATE her.
Not surprisingly, she said she wouldn't date him until he figured out a way to move out of the shelter. Well, apparently he got right on that because they moved out TOGETHER about a week later – five months after that, they got ENGAGED!
Their wedding was in August, on the anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech. Immediately after their vows, they went to a bunch of parks in D.C. and handed out food to people in need.
They've also started a charity called Glory Soldiers Global to help homeless people get back on their feet. 

For the orginal story: click here

- Kelly Urich 

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01/27/2014 8:35AM
Couple Met at a Homeless Shelter, Got Engaged Five Months Later
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