Shelters need help during holidays

food bank meal

The Presbyterian Night Shelter is asking the community to help keep homeless people warm as a cold front moves into the Dallas-Fort Worth area during the Thanksgiving holiday season.
“It’s starting to get cold. We are hoping to generate some support from the community,” said Toby Owen, CEO of the Presbyterian Night Shelter.
Everyone who needs a warm meal and safe place to sleep out of the cold will find one here — we never turn anyone away he said.
The Presbyterian Night Shelter offers shelter to 600 adults and 75 children every day. They expect beds to be taken as the cold weather season gears up, Owen said. The nonprofit expects to serve more than 40,000 meals over the upcoming holiday season.