150+ care packs for people living without a home in Capitol Hill Community Council drive

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With the candidates vying to lead District 3 making plans for how to address homelessness in Central Seattle, the Capitol Hill Community Council last week took some direct action.

The organization’s giving drive to assemble care packs with items like socks, toothpaste, toothbrushes, and band aids raised $1,500 — enough to put together more than 150 packs at the council’s July meeting last week.

The care packages will be distributed through Community Lunch on Capitol Hill and YouthCare. To learn more check out communitylunch.org and youthcare.org.

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