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  • Jakob Frederick Harteis

A Season of Giving

Winter is usually the most difficult time for the people we serve. The weather gets cold, it's darker earlier and the holidays can disrupt public services. This year because of Covid and all of it's downstream effects the need for these services has grown but we have grown to meet them. These year we are preparing twice as many warming stations and we are making sure that every client that is fighting Covid-19 has shelter and is isolated.

If you would like to help us continue to provide services over the winter please visit our website or contact us at (304) 346-6638. This time of year our clients needs change. Water, hot chocolate and coffee along with with other non perishable foods makes sure that nobody goes hungry over the holidays.

On top of that there is always a need for clothes and blankets during the winter. Not just shirts, coats and pants, but also shoes and underwear. People tend to under estimate the amount of underwear that our clientele need. Out of sight out of mind.

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