Can you imagine about leaving your winter coats out for homeless people in very cold weather ? That too on your 18th birthday ? I’m sure it’s not that easy. Tara Smith-Atkins, a resident of Nova Scotia of Canada organized her daughter and her friends to do just that. They left their winter coats for homeless people to protect from cold. Weeks ago, Smith-Atkins requested donations from her local people. And then on her daughter’s birthday, she organized party for friends and relatives then took them all to Halifax and they wrapped their winter coats around tree trunks, street signs and lamp posts.
Tags read: “I am not lost! If you are stuck out in the cold, please take me to keep warm!”Whoever is behind this in downtown Halifax, you are awesome.
Posted by Halifolks on Sunday, November 15, 2015
They attached a tag on each coat that saying “I am not lost. If you are stuck out in the cold, please take me to keep warm!”
We live in a caring community! Great to see coats downtown for whoever might need one in this cold weather. pic.twitter.com/kRAvIlWdDV
— FEED NOVA SCOTIA (@FEEDNOVASCOTIA) November 16, 2015
[adinserter block=”16″] While Smith-Atkins did say the children “were all frosty and sobbing for the warmer” following an hour of spreading the warm rigging around the city, they saw the quality in their community services. “They definitely learned the importance of it,” she said.
And birthday cake at last
Great job Candace McInnis. It was a hit. You certainly have a talent, thank you!
Posted by Tara Smith-Atkins on Sunday, November 15, 2015
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