Helping Neighbors in Need
Colder temperatures bring added stress to all of us. Will our pipes freeze? Will the car start? Can I get to the grocery store?
Personal well-being due to extreme temperatures is generally not a concern for us, but for our city's homeless, weather-related issues such as frostbite and hypothermia are very real concerns.
Light in my City is thankful to have been able to provide tents, tarps, sleeping bags, blankets, hand-warmers, gloves, winter socks, and of course LuminAID lanterns and FosPower emergency radios this weekend to help keep our homeless Pittsburgh neighbors as safe and warm as possible.
Pictured above is Light in my City helping a homeless resident.