When Kristin Corona woke up to 10 inches of snow outside her Portland-area home earlier this month, her mind immediately turned to building snowmen, sledding and making snow angels with her two kids. But that’s not what Lucas, 6, thought of.
As he stared out the window at the untouched snow, he told his mom, “I’m really worried about people who don’t have houses right now.”
Kristin paused. “What can we do about it?” she wondered aloud.
That question has inspired ongoing action in the Corona household and beyond—through a kid-created Share the Warmth Club.