Share Your Warmth Houston!!!

We are a city of the most loving and giving people and now is the time to show that like never before! It's REALLY cold outside right now and we do have some homeless in Houston. Here's how you can help out!

For 2 more days you can Share Your Warmth (thru the 23rd). rop off your donations at Sun and Ski Sports at 6100 Westheimer!

Star of Hope is experiencing a 20 percent increase in the numbers of homeless people served this year over last.They have had a consistent overflow of people all summer long and Hurricane Ike further exacerbated this need. With temperatures forecast to drop into the low 40s, next week, Star of Hope will go into extreme weather mode, according to Marilyn Fountain, Star of Hope Community Relations Director. DISH hopes you can cover this vital warm clothing collection effort, which has brought in 20 tons of clothing for Star of Hope constituents over the past 10 years.