“Bay Area natives Corrine Hindes and Katrine Kirseborn — featured in the documentary above — are the winners for their initiative to help those in need of warm clothing. The friends founded Warm Winters, an organization which gathers misplaced winter attire from local ski resorts and then distributes it to various homeless associations. So how does Warm Winters operate? The girls frequently visit the shelter in their hometown of Walnut Creek and donate the items. They also personally deliver apparel and other things to the homeless at St. Anthony’s foundation (one of the country’s largest homeless facilities in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco).”
Read the whole article, Meet The Trailblazers Who Are Changing Their Community…While Still In High School
Learn more about Corinne Hindes and Katrine Kirsebom here.