Superior, WI (Northlands NewsCenter)
-- The human development center is asking for the public's assistance in helping those less fortunate in the Northland.
On February 4th at the Superior Wal-Mart, the Homeless Project Supply Drive will be accepting clothing, food, and camping gear for homeless teens and youth in the Superior area.
Representatives from the HDC say this year close to 140 kids in the Superior school district are homeless and drives like these not only provide for Northland youth, but for the whole family as well.
"Working with the children means we are going to be working with the parents and siblings in that family so we are looking for pretty much all of the things on that list, adult as well as youth"
The Duluth Chamber of Commerce and the Leadership Duluth Program were partner with HDC on this project.