Operation BundleUp, a new charity in the Lower Mainland, hopes to provide warm clothing to the 2,600+ homeless Vancouverites.
The “warm winter clothing drive” has made it easy for people to donate any extra winter clothing by “acting as a central collection point for a number [six] of great organizations throughout [the Lower Mainland].”
The founders – Julian, Scott and JJ MacLean – started the organization to help the homeless during this holiday season after finding out “that it wasn’t really easy to make sure our warm clothing got to those most in need. There are a number of great charities… that collect these items, but it was difficult to know which organization needed what. We set up Operation BundleUp to act as a bridge between people who want to help, and the organizations who need it. We make it easy for the people of Vancouver to donate their new and gently-used winter clothing and get it to those in need.”
Feature image credit: Operation BundleUp’s Website