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Christmas Street Chronicle launches "Wrap Up Homelessness" Initiative ahead of the holiday season

The program will benefit those who are in need of housing this winter.

CLEVELAND — Editor's note: the video in the player above is from a story published on November 22, 2020.

It's the most wonderful time of the year... to do something for someone else that is. 

The Cleveland Street Chronicle on Monday announced that they will bring back their popular "Wrap Up Homelessness" program to raise money for those without a home this winter. 

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The Cleveland Street Chronicle will sell holiday wrapping paper, which was designed by formerly homeless individuals, of which the sales will benefit Northeast Ohioans in need. 

"The purpose of the 'Wrap Up Homelessness' campaign is to creatively help people who’ve experienced homelessness earn an income during the holidays while celebrating the creative spirit of Street Chronicle vendors and homeless artists in Cleveland," a press release from the group said.

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Those interested can purchase the wrapping paper online here

The special wrapping paper edition of the Cleveland Street Chronicle can also be purchased at the following locations:

  • 3-19 Coffee—2515 Jay Ave
  • 3-19 Coffee—3247 Lee Rd
  • Loganberry Books — 13015 Larchmere Blvd
  • Mac’s Backs-Books—1820 Coventry Rd
  • Upcycle Parts Shop—6419 St.
  • Clair Ave Cleveland Trade Works
  • A Touch of Rain Nail Spa—12407 Larchmere Blvd 
  • Unbar—12635 Larchmere Blvd
  • West Side Market — 1979 W. 25th St

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