Baby, it’s cold outside.
Some Good Samaritans are helping warm the homeless (and scarf-less) this winter by leaving scarves and hats wrapped around poles, fire hydrants and lamp posts in chilly cities across North America.
“I AM NOT LOST! If you need this to stay warm, then please take it. It is yours. Be warm, and do something to help someone else today if you can.”
Scarves in the Port City, a group dedicated to serving the homeless and promoting kindness and services in the community, is apparently responsible for the warm gesture. According to the Facebook page, the group plans on doing another scarf-distribution later this month.
In early December, a teenage soccer team in Spokane, Washington, made about 300 scarves for the homeless and draped them over the iconic Bloomsday runner statues in Riverfront Park with notes that read: “I’m not lost. If you areRead More »from Good Samaritans leave scarves out for the homeless in Canadian, U.S. cities