Our goal is to connect financially unstable individuals with the opportunity and tools to make their own money, be their own boss, and turn the next page of their journey. If you are interested in your own entrepreneurial future then you should be interested in becoming a vendor. Let’s get you started.
What is a street newspaper:
Street papers are independent newspapers and magazines that operate on a social enterprise and self-help model to provide an innovative solution to urban homelessness and unemployment (used this from the old site). The Lowcountry Herald Nonprofit Organization has combined a popular media channel with a humanitarian cause. The distribution of our publications serve as employment opportunities to promote a self-help model advocating financial stability for the individual . This is not a handout but a way for individuals to develop skills in monetary management by giving them a voice in their community.
Is this right for you:
If you are, Homeless or lack stable housing
Unemployed or living in poverty
Wanting to financially support yourself
Need to get back on your feet
You can become a distributor immediately:
Start earning in a few easy steps. Our monthly publications are given to you at no cost, here’s what you need to do.
1. Interested distributors must attend a vendor orientation.
Group or individual orientations must be scheduled in
2. Receive your monthly publication of the Herald newspaper
3. The next step is up to you. Start handing out our paper
to the community. We recommend you ask for a $3 donation
for each paper. Educate people about street news, tell
your story, and raise awareness about the homeless
population right outside their door steps
4. Each month get our newspaper from us for free
Let the power of the written world give you a second chance
If you are interested in becoming a Vendor please contact:
Distributor Coordinator Donna Gill