She provides beds and showers to dozens. She allows them to launder their clothes and to work in her store. We hung, sized and sorted clothing. She single-handedly runs a very smooth operation, and some of the time it felt more like we were in her way, or that she was continuing to give, by allowing us to come in and sort clothes.
We had a tour of her enormous warehouse of giving.
I'm feeling the need to create a Relief Society "counter-culture," to borrow a phrase. It's time to plant OUTside the zone.