Right Side Up

New Year! GO FORWARD!

http://www.juliawaldorf.com is living the Mission of “Right Side UP!” the non profit to help with housing for single parented children and the new found hidden homeless (which are the children). Her dream is to create stability for children, and have fun in the process, while accomplishing her goals. Keep watching….see what takes place this 2016.


Raised one thousand dollars!

Julia Waldorf has learned a LOT in the past 8 months. She has worked with the homeless that had children on the streets. She learned the hardships and the hard reality of families being on the streets living out of their cars or a tent. The issues are plentiful. From potty training with out a toilet to keeping a steady nap schedule is almost

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“Right Side UP!” Gets Children off the Streets

This young lady approached Julia in front of the Walmart asking for help.  Julia interviewed her to let the world see what is happening to several American Children and their parents.  Affordable housing is hard to come by and keep.  This story is not un-common.  “Right Side UP!” put her to work so she could make money for gas, propane for the heater in

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Ten Thousand Dollar Home

Julia is working every week end fund raising in front of the Walmart, King Soopers in El Paso, Teller, and Summit County to raise 10k to buy at least one home and put the children and their families into a home.  Watch as Julia does this.  She has people that are working with her as paid and un-paid volunteers. Please donate and spread the

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Bartering is alive and well…

This 50 year old man Chris worked for “Right Side UP!” one Sunday in Colorado Springs.  He allowed me to do this interview about what goes on with the homeless.  Chris has been homeless for 7 months.  He has filed for disability and says that quite a few homeless are pending disability. (which takes about 5-7 years to acquire).  He also said he is

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Humble Times!

Can you imagine being one of 7 people, waiting for someone to show up and finding out later they took the money and fell off the wagon…Wow. Natasha’s husband was missing for 3 weeks until they found him. Humble times indeed but they met some great people who helped them trough it. Natasha has not only become humble but also very strong and grateful.


One of the Lucky Ones!

Jean was homeless for 6 months.  She says cowboy camping is tough.  Wet shoes, hair, clothes and trying to find cover is miserable.  She is now giving back helping with the homeless in the park by volunteering her time.  She works at a fast food restaurant, and on all her spare time she helps with the homeless one way or the other.  She truly

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