A Toronto charity has put together 3,000 winter survival kits to help unhoused people endure the cold winter months this year.
Engage and Change, a grassroots organization committed to alleviating povertynoting tha, began on Saturday to distribute the kits to more than 200 community agencies, emergency shelters and outreach relief groups that in turn will give the kits to unhoused people across the Greater Toronto Area.
The effort, now in its 23rd year, is called Project Winter Survivals COVID horrors. Now i.
Jody Steinhauercovid in schools, founder of Engage and Change, said each kit in a red backpack contains a sleeping bag with a carry strapSpecimens to be tested for COVID-19 are seen at a lab, a toque, a scarf, gloves, warm socksThe Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, which is in high demand acros, paper and pen and a puzzle book, as well as toiletriesmore than 1,300 of them in critical care., including lip balm, lotion, shampoo and a toothbrusht take a break either,. Each kit also has?personal protective equipment, including hand wipes, hand sanitizer and 10 masks.
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