And in Provo, Utah, a local builder named Gary Pickering makes wheeled cabins, which he calls Dignity Roller Pods, for local homeless people. On his website, Pickering—who himself was once homeless—argues that "all homeless people should be able to stay on public lands that are clean and safe."
By purchasing this blanket, you will also be providing a blanket to your local homeless shelter. This wool blend is a medium/heavy weight blanket that can be used for beautiful home decor or outdoor adventures.
ADG: Great website of service ideas for kids. I love the idea to collect travel size toiletries to have the girls put into baggies for a homeless shelter, or have them write letters and draw pictures for children at a children's hospital. Service activities Activity Day Girls can actually do in an hour!