The wind chill was 28 below …

b5bc1d7a-2cbc-4710-a0e8-69f65012e302Dear Friend,

John slowly walked over to us to pick up a lunch and then hopefully find a shelter. He had one glove on and was carrying a large plastic bag filled with a blanket and a few personal effects, which is all he owned in the world.

Cheyenne was heading for a church, hoping to find some warmth, but first came to meet us and grab a lunch.

Ralph wore a ragged coat, but at least it had a hood. He got his lunch from us through the van window, smiled, and walked away.

The wind chill was 28 below, and each of these folks were freezing, hungry and tired of walking. But they all knew that HEART 2 HART DETROIT was there for them, delivering lunch and warm clothes, just like always.

That’s what we do. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Whether it’s raining, snowing, steamy hot or brutally cold. Even if it’s 28 below zero.

I walked from my car to a restaurant that same day. I was outside for all of 2 minutes, and I was shocked at how bone-chilling the cold felt on me. I can’t imagine the everyday struggles of John, Cheyenne, and Ralph and thousands of others.

In this time of dangerous, brutally frigid cold, we ask you to please help us nourish the poor souls of Detroit who cannot exist without the kindness of others. Just a small donation can literally help to keep someone alive and show them that the world has not forgotten them.

To donate, click on the donate button below. THANK YOU!!

MarkJacobs

Mark Jacobs 
Chairman, Heart 2 Hart Detroit

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Happy Thanksgiving

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Lots of turkey sandwiches made with extra love today, along with gloves, handwarmers and other essential items. Hopefully we put some smiles on some cold and hungry folks who are down on their luck. 

Happy Thanksgiving to all!

 

“A Very Brief Event” Clothing Drive

The Shirt Box in Farmington Hills, will be hosting a clothing drive “A Very Brief Event” April 14th-April 18th. Please drop off new underwear, socks and backpacks to their store at 32500 Northwestern Hwy, Farmington Hills.

Support from Quicken Loans

Received a generous donation from Quicken Loans to help support our hunger relief efforts.

Students Help H2HD

In honor of Martin Luther King Day, students at University Liggett School in Grosse Pointe Woods, prepared lunches and made up hygiene bags for us to distribute to the men and women on our deliveries.

Place a person in permanent housing

With the assistance of Southwest Solutions, we helped place one more person into permanent housing.

Charity of The Month

CBS Radio Detroit – WWJ- 950 AM, WXYT- 97.1 FM & WDZH- 98.7 FM has selected Heart 2 Hart Detroit as their Charity Of The Month, Nov 1- Nov 22

We received our 501(c) (3) status

Heart 2 Hart Detroit received our 501(c) (3) status from the Internal Revenue Service. We are now classified as a public charity. All donations are tax deductible.