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St. Matthew’s House opens two emergency shelters for cold Sunday night

St. Matthew's House opens two emergency shelters for cold Sunday night
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COLLIER COUNTY, Fla.– The St. Matthew’s House announced its two homeless shelters will be open Sunday and Monday night for those needing to get out of the cold.

The emergency shelters’ doors will open at 8 p.m.

One shelter is the Campbell Lodge at 2001 Airport Road South in Naples. The second shelter is the Immokalee Friendship House at 602 W Main Street in Immokalee.

Guests will be required to take a breathalyzer test and wear masks at the facilities, the St. Matthew’s House said in a statement.

The organization is asking for pillow donations to help those in need stay warm as temperatures drop more below average.

Donations can be brought to any of St. Matthew’s House’s six thrift stores in Southwest Florida.

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