The Salvation Army begins its winter night watch program Monday at 5:30 p.m. at its Old Mill location.
The program is in its 31st season and helps out the homeless and near-homeless on cold nights by providing hot meals and mobile canteens.
Overall, the Salvation Army says the night watch helps up to 300 people a night. It runs until every Monday-Friday until March 1.
The Salvation Army is also asking the public to donate men's coats, socks, hats, gloves and blankets for the season. They can be dropped off at the Emergency Disaster Services building at 10629 Burt Circle.