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Alexa Helwig

Hope to the Rescue launches ‘Share the Warmth’ program

by Alexa Helwig on September 23, 2016 at 6:47 pm

ZANESVILLE, Ohio – Local organization, Hope to the Rescue, will begin their ‘Share the Warmth’ program next Monday.

As colder weather nears, families in need are invited to shop their clothing pantry. Hope to the Rescue offers items for adults and children. Director, Cheryl Cole, wants everyone to stay warm during the winter months.

“We want to provide blankets, hats, gloves, and warm attire for people to stay warm during the winter. Also, if you have extra blankets, sweater, coats, or anything that you are no longer using, we would be glad to come and pick them up and distribute them,” said Coles.

Hope to the Rescue is now offering a new program for men and women seeking employment. If anyone needs proper attire, they want to help you dress the part for an interview.

They are open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

If you would like to donate or volunteer, check out their website at www.hopetotherescue.org, or call 740-252-9518.

Photo Credit: Karysa Kent