El Chiringhuito de Dios Shelter in Barcelona : News Photo

El Chiringhuito de Dios Shelter in Barcelona

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BARCELONA, SPAIN - JANUARY 10: Walter from France, 55, and Juan from Spain, 50 walk in the downtown of Barcelona after delivering pastries in a Supervised Injection Site (SIS) on January 4, 2013 in Barcelona, Spain. The German pastor Wolfgang Striebinger has lived in Barcelona since 1991, originally employed to minister to youths during the Barcelona Olympic Games, he decided to stay and since 2000 has run 'El Chinguito de Dios' (The Stall of God). In his mission to support the homeless, Wolfgang and his volunteers offer a place for up to 200 people to come and have some food daily and also offering them assistance with grooming and clothes. Many of the volunteers are homeless and help out in return for meals and a bed. Wolfgang's ethos is to provide peace, calm and dignity to all those that need it amongst Barcelona's burgeoning homeless population. Due to the economic situation his doors are now also open to the long term unemployed and families with little or no income. According to the latest figures 21.8% of the Spanish populations are living below the poverty line. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)
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BARCELONA, SPAIN - JANUARY 10: Walter from France, 55, and Juan from Spain, 50 walk in the downtown of Barcelona after delivering pastries in a Supervised Injection Site (SIS) on January 4, 2013 in Barcelona, Spain. The German pastor Wolfgang Striebinger has lived in Barcelona since 1991, originally employed to minister to youths during the Barcelona Olympic Games, he decided to stay and since 2000 has run 'El Chinguito de Dios' (The Stall of God). In his mission to support the homeless, Wolfgang and his volunteers offer a place for up to 200 people to come and have some food daily and also offering them assistance with grooming and clothes. Many of the volunteers are homeless and help out in return for meals and a bed. Wolfgang's ethos is to provide peace, calm and dignity to all those that need it amongst Barcelona's burgeoning homeless population. Due to the economic situation his doors are now also open to the long term unemployed and families with little or no income. According to the latest figures 21.8% of the Spanish populations are living below the poverty line. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)
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Walter from France and Juan from Spain 50 walk in the downtown of... News Photo 159815548Baked Pastry Item,Barcelona,Delivery,Downtown District,France,Horizontal,Human Interest,People,Social Issues,Spain,WalkingPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesBARCELONA, SPAIN - JANUARY 10: Walter from France, 55, and Juan from Spain, 50 walk in the downtown of Barcelona after delivering pastries in a Supervised Injection Site (SIS) on January 4, 2013 in Barcelona, Spain. The German pastor Wolfgang Striebinger has lived in Barcelona since 1991, originally employed to minister to youths during the Barcelona Olympic Games, he decided to stay and since 2000 has run 'El Chinguito de Dios' (The Stall of God). In his mission to support the homeless, Wolfgang and his volunteers offer a place for up to 200 people to come and have some food daily and also offering them assistance with grooming and clothes. Many of the volunteers are homeless and help out in return for meals and a bed. Wolfgang's ethos is to provide peace, calm and dignity to all those that need it amongst Barcelona's burgeoning homeless population. Due to the economic situation his doors are now also open to the long term unemployed and families with little or no income. According to the latest figures 21.8% of the Spanish populations are living below the poverty line. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)