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As the temperature continues to drop across the Cape Fear, the more dangerous it is for people living on the streets. That is why Wilmington non-profit Switchin' Gears and The Anchor church are teaming up to make sure those folks have somewhere safe and warm this weekend.
Not everyone has a place to call home on Christmas and far too many don't pull up to a table for a warm meal. But a Wilmington church continues to offer that and more for the community.
The Wilmington Sharks worked together during the off season collecting new and slightly used sports equipment to give back and show their support to the community during their Santa Jaws event.
It's that time of year where people less fortunate than others need help the most.
A few weeks ago we did a story on a Wilmington restaurant helping out the hurricane relief in Puerto Rico.
She has sent some supplies to them, but is now asking the community to help. You can donate nonperishable foods, water, over the counter medicine, and more to the victims.
The Wrightsville Beach Museum of History received a special donation this afternoon. Blair Poteate and his wife donated a compass that was once owned by Captain Eddy Haneman.
Celebration of the girls an event that took place this weekend for women to receive some essential items that can be pricey.
As the victims of Irma try to pick up the pieces, they'll have some help. Volunteers from the Salvation Army in Wilmington are on the way.