On November 17, Georgia Gives Day, Teen Wings for Mercy Care sponsored an event called CAPture the Warmth. 130 Wesleyan School students volunteered over 265 hours collecting over 800 gifts of warmth, wrapping 82 blankets, making 210 scarves, and assembling over 300 gift bags of socks, snacks, hygiene products, and personal notes of encouragement for Atlanta's homeless and underserved. Mercy Care, a network of primary care clinics that serves Atlanta's most vulnerable, will distribute the 82 blankets to medically fragile homeless men as they enter Merct Care's recuperative care program—an alternative to returning to the streets following discharge from the hospital. The scarves along with the gifts of warmth gathered at the Teen Wings event will be distributed to the homeless at Mercy Care's candlelight vigil on December 21 where those who have died while homeless in 2016 are remembered by name. Mercy Care’s Street Medicine teams will distribute the gift bags as they continue to provide medical care to the homeless each week. We are thankful for the Wesleyan student volunteers who contributed their time to this cause! Click the "Read More" button for additional photos from the event!