Now that temperatures are getting cold, people that are homeless are looking for somewhere to sleep.

Dorothy Day, and Olive Branch, a community-run shelter offering family-style hospitality for the homeless, and other services. They are saying there are over 150 people sleeping outside on any given night and could rise this winter. They will be sleeping in bone-chilling temperatures in a month and will need somewhere to go or some kind of shelter.
Dorothy Day is collecting tents, and are looking for 150 of them based on the number of people they believe are sleeping with no shelter in the Duluth/Superior area. Tents, sleeping bags, and other winter gear are what they are looking for.
If you can help and donate, Dorothy Day, Olive Branch and Loaves and Fishes will distribute the winter gear to the people that need it. They will post a graphic on their Facebook page to keep track of how many of these items are collected.
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Drop off tents, sleeping bags or any other winter gear at Olive Branch, 1614 Jefferson St anytime from 9 am-8 pm. If you want to order some and have them dropped off, like Amazon or another retailer, call 218-728-0629 and make arrangements.
Loaves and Fishes will be joining others for the In-Tents Needs Event On Monday, October 26th. There will be a rally. Here's the list of events.
October 26th:
6 pm - Rally in front of City Hall
7 pm: Call into City Council Meeting
7:30 pm: Reveal: A Video Art Project and S’mores
8 pm: Screening of the movie “The Public”
October 27th:
8:30 am: Muffins, Coffee, and Yoga
9:30 am: Call into County Board Meeting
According to their Facebook page:
If you can’t join at these times, there are other ways to make your voice heard!
Here's a step-by-step document with instructions on how to be heard. 
City Council: council@duluthmn.gov (Subject Line: Council Agenda)
County Board: publiccomment@stlouiscountymn.gov
Call Congressman Pete Stauber at (218) 481-6396
Volunteer with an organization working to end homelessness