Handler Henning and Rosenberg is following a local pay-it-forward type story and we will be happy to provide updates as they become available.
A good deed goes a long way sometimes, as is evident by the trees along Front Street in Harrisburg. Anonymous donors are leaving gloves, scarves and hats in the trees’ branches for those in need during frigid temperatures. Front Street is known for the scenic view of the Susquehanna River, and the trees along the walking path.
Now, those trees are being decorated with scarves, hats and gloves to keep people warm. There is a note attached that says “If you need me to help keep you warm, please take me” and people are buzzing about it. Donating clothing is always a great idea, especially during the brutal Pennsylvania winters. If there is anything you can do to help your fellow Harrisburg residents by donating some warm clothing, contact your local shelter, or if you prefer, visit the trees on Front Street.
Chase the Chill Movement Gains Ground
The movement is called Chase the Chill, and it started in Pennsylvania, just after warnings were announced about frigid temperatures across the Northeast. The movement has been gaining momentum in Canada and across other neighboring states like New Jersey. They have a Facebook page if you would like to get involved locally.
Shelter Listings for Harrisburg, PA
Finding a homeless shelter in Harrisburg is easy with the help of ShelterListings.org. Here is a link to the shelters in and around Harrisburg, PA. Donating what you can is a big help, people need lots of warm clothing this time of year, including socks, coats, sweaters, blankets, and shoes or boots.
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