With temperatures dangerously low this week, one Minnesota non-profit is gaining attention for their generosity.

YouthLink is a non-profit based out of Minneapolis that that helps young people ages 16-24 "on their journeys from homeless to hopeful." On Friday, January 25 they posted to social media offering 24-hour assistance all week long for anyone in need of warmth and shelter.

Anyone who comes into the shelter will also receive "cold weather survival supplies" like jackets and gloves.

Since its posting, the community has rallied behind YouthLink, supporting their message and their needs.

Your donation of support to help to keep youth safe during this cold snap is greatly appreciation.  Support ensures young people have access to warming station basic support, including food, services, clothes, hats, gloves, bus passes and tokens, etc.

As a non-profit, YouthLink is accepting any and all financial donations. Set amounts like $50, $100, $500 and $2000 go to meet needs like providing more heat, making cots cozier, providing warm meals and keeping the shelter open for a night.

You can make your own financial donation to YouthLink here.

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