Please help care for Chicago homeless humans & animals during these horrible frigid temperatures 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼 #Repost @pudgethepit
@aliverescue (dog rescue) in Chicago is doing a You Caring to help homeless people in Chicago survive this weeks record breaking cold that has killed both humans and animals. I posted a link to their fundraiser in Pudges bio above.They also need help putting together care packages for homeless people if you live in Chicago and can help! If you donate please put a note in the comments section that Pudgie sent you and also DM me so Pudge can send you a thank you card. All of this breaks my heart and I’m grateful to people like @aliverescue for organizing this. Repost from @instasarah @TopRankRepost #TopRankRepost @ksgerali asked me to help them with this. I was honored to help out with this as a “care package expert” .....human or animal no one should have to be out in this cold. When Kristen has an idea, she goes for it. It will be tough and heartbreaking, but it will surely be worth it. All it takes is one person with an idea to change the status quo. So, anything you can give will be amazing. ❤️ link in profile
From Kristen from @aliverescue :
“Here I am again......asking for money. This time it's not for homeless animals, but instead for homeless people.
If you're like me when the weather gets this cold, standing outside for more than a minute can be unbearable. Imagine having to live in negative windchill conditions 24 hours a day?
There is a group of Chicago homeless people near The Little Barn that ALIVE Rescue has taken under its wing. After every event I take all the leftover food to them so they can go to bed not having to worry about their next meal.
Since the weather has turned I can't stop thinking about them. I drive by them twice a day (at least) in my warm car and see them all outside struggling to stay warm. I am very concerned and want to help. The goal is to put together at least 25 care packages for 25 people. We will be focusing on items to help keep them warm. Coats, gloves, hats, boots, socks, blankets, hand/feet warmers, etc. We will also be providing them with food to help keep them warm.