Socking it to the Cold, One Foot at a Time

Although we are elated as the first vestiges of spring seem to be among us, this is not a time of celebration for many individuals in Toronto who are homeless. It may be true that we seem to be nearing the end of the impenetrable cold of this year’s Canadian winter, however the nights are still reaching frigid temperatures and many who are sleeping outside are still falling sick, and some even dying, from the lingering cold.

In light of this upsetting news, at Shulman Law Firm we have launched our own office initiative in support of Socks for Souls Toronto, who have been collecting contributions of gently used black or grey socks to donate to Toronto’s homeless since the beginning of February.  Currently, Socks For Souls has collected and distributed over 1,500 pairs of socks! It is our goal over the next few weeks to collect 500 pairs of socks to assist with this local initiative.

Wondering how you can help? It’s as easy as dropping your new or gently used items off at our office (the address of which is 1000 Finch Ave. West, Suite 200) during business hours (Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM). We will be assisting in collecting donations until the end of business day on March 27th. Please feel free to phone our office if you are looking for more information: 416-661-2777.

Together we can sock it to the cold weather and help to keep Torontonians warm during this cold season!

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