Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Warming Center's schedule still has a week to fill

Does your church have a basement or hall? Do you have parishioners who want to help the area’s homeless population? 

During the winter the Macomb County Warming Center, a faith-based, nondenominational organization and area churches work together to provide shelter (and a hot meal) for people in need.

Arrangements have been made for a good portion of the winter months but there is still an opening.

“Local churches are coming forward to offer space in their buildings but we still have one week during December (week before Christmas) to fill,” said Kathy Goodrich, executive director of The Macomb County Warming Center. “We will offer assistance including our own professional security and intake staff, volunteers, cleanup and supplies.” 

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