A homeless couple moved into a $4 million Bay Area home a year ago

When a homeless couple in Oakland moved into a $4 million Piedmont home last year, they didn’t know if they’d be staying for a few weeks or a few months.

It’s not every day a homeowner in one of the Bay Area’s most exclusive cities opens up their home to the needy. But that’s what Piedmont resident Terrence McGrath did for Greg Dunston and Marie Mckinzie.

A year has passed, and the couple still lives in McGrath’s in-law unit. But it’s been, at times, a trying experience for both homeowner and guests. Tensions have flared over the couple’s joblessness and cleanliness. But McGrath remains committed to helping Dunston and Mckinzie. …

Click here to read the full article from the San Francisco Chronicle.

Comments

  1. Thanks for putting up an article the paper won’t let us read unless we subscribe to their rag.

  2. Gotta Gedada Displace says

    So, can we expect to hear about Gavin Newsom, Jerry Brown Nancy Pelosi, etc. doing this ???

    OF COURSE NOT ! THESE THIEVING HYPOCRITES ARE ONLY CHARITABLE WITH -YOUR- MONEY !!

  3. Treva Bennett says

    Why would they be willing to help ungrateful slobs? Just asking?

  4. Why post an article that requires a paid subscription to be able to read it??

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