Nightly Warming Center
Guests Need Thermal Gloves
& Socks During the Day
Did you know that life-threatening hypothermia can set in between 32 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit?* That is why St. Vincent de Paul Middletown staffs the City's Warming Center.
Last year an average of 22 people each night had a place to go to get out of the killer cold.
While we're about to open this nightly refuge on
Sunday, Nov. 15th through April 2nd,
men we serve need (XL) thermal gloves and thermal socks to stave off frost bite during the day.
Can you donate a pair of gloves or socks? Please bring them to SVDM,
617 Main St., Middletown between 8 and 3. Ring the bell
and ask for Tracy.
The Middletown Warming Center is open nightly from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m. at these wonderful local churches:
Church of the Holy Trinity,
381 Main St.
Sunday 11/15 - Saturday, 11/28
Sunday 12/13 - Saturday, 1/9
Sunday, 2/7 - Saturday, 3/5
South Congregational Church,
9 Pleasant St.
Sunday, 11/29 - Saturday, 12/12
Sunday, 1/10 - Saturday, 2/6
Sunday, 3/6 - Saturday, 4/2
Breakfast: Served daily at the Soup Kitchen 617 Main St., at 7:00 a.m.
*National Coalition on Homelessness
Your donated thermal gloves and socks will prevent frost bite
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St. Vincent de Paul Middletown
617 Main Street
Middletown, Connecticut 06457