William Mattar’s law offices begin their “William Mattar 4 Code Blue” campaign, raising awareness for code blue homeless shelters in our community, highlighting the vital operations of code blue, and the urgent call for supplies and donations to help those in need during frigid winter nights.
A press release stated, “The cold weather has arrived, and William Mattar encourages the public to support local code blue shelters. Our team will be donating new hats, gloves and socks to St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy code blue shelter. William Mattar is inviting the community to join us in supporting St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy by dropping off new hats, gloves and socks between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays in the vestibule of the Williamsville office located at 6720 Main St., Williamsville. Donations will be accepted until Feb. 4, 2022.
“Code blue means extreme cold and the need for emergency shelter for the homeless. Not all homeless shelters participate in code blue, and many of these shelters are donation and volunteer-based, so community support is critical,” Mattar said. “The ‘William Mattar 4 Code Blue’ campaign emphasizes the need for donations, supplies and volunteers, so that code blue shelters, like St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy, can continue their mission to help people.”
Located in Buffalo, St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy is a 100% volunteer and donation-based code blue homeless shelter. When the temperature or wind chill drops to 15 degrees or below, St. Luke’s is one of a few code blue shelters that opens its doors to those in need during the code blue season. As an independent Mission, St. Luke’s does not receive funding from the government or Catholic Diocese.
For more information or to donate to St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy, visit www.WilliamMattar.com/CodeBlue.
William Mattar’s law offices represent individuals injured in motor vehicle accidents throughout New York. For more information about the firm, visit www.WilliamMattar.com.