Tent city in Whalley (File photo: Amy Reid)

VIDEO: Blankets needed at Surrey’s “tent city” on 135A Street

Advocate asks for donations along the Whalley strip to help keep the homeless warm

Donations are needed at the “tent city” along 135A Street as the wet, cold and windy month of November hits hard.

Pop Up Soup Kitchen founder Erin Schulte took a video outlining how the cold is affecting these residents, and how “at least a couple hundred” blankets are needed.

SEE ALSO: Tent City in Whalley

You can watch her full Facebook live video by following this link.

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