It may seem a little premature to be thinking about Christmas, but with temperatures beginning to drop, our thoughts turn towards the festive season. For many, these contemplations include charitable acts like offering to help serve Christmas dinner to homeless men and women or supporting an initiative which gives rough sleepers a roof over their heads throughout the Christmas period.
With temperatures dropping as low as −15.6C last winter, more people than ever sought shelter from the cold during that period. These refuges provided a vital lifeline for vulnerable people who are without a home. But what happens when the tinsel comes down and Christmas lights are put away for another year?
To view Multimedia News Release, go to multivu.com/mnr/62437-crash-no-christmas-card-appeal-2013
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