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Nonprofit opens "Safe Space," locations for homeless students during polar cold front

The Uvalde Foundation For Kids, formed in response to the Robb Elementary School Shooting In Uvalde, Texas; announced Sunday, January 14th that it now has several Central Texas & Dallas, Texas based, "Safe Space" locations NOW AVAILABLE to provide temporary shelter to displaced families with students or homeless students/youth, unable to find shelter from the polar cold front expected to last for several days throughout Texas.

Locations available January 14th - January 16th.

The foundation noted in its release, that "Safe Space" centers will provide temporary shelter from the cold, as well as warm meals. As available winter clothing, blankets, etc., will also be distributed for those in need. DONATIONS OF these items may be made in Temple & Dallas, Texas.

Due to confidentiality/protection of those seeking aide/shelter, who have minor children, etc., SAFE SPACE locations are only available by calling the national foundation 24 hour line at 888 685 8464.


Families with students or homeless youth outside specific location areas, needing help throughout Texas, are also encouraged to contact the foundation for 24 resources, including transportation to other warming centers, motel vouchers, etc ..


The Uvalde Foundation For Kids

888 685 8464



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