Hannah's Socks

Schaap, Rosie
February 2008
Guideposts;Feb2008, Vol. 62 Issue 12, p24
The article focuses on Hannah's Socks, a full-fledged, volunteer-run nonprofit organization that distributes socks to men, women and children in shelters in Toledo and Cincinnati, Ohio. The distribution of socks was started by Hannah Turner and her family in 2004, who recognized the need for people in shelters for warm socks. It describes the compassion shown by Hannah for an old man wearing shoes with holes.


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