“AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Over the past few days, the Guyon Saunders Resource Center has seen an increase in the homeless community using the center to stay warm.
Evelyn Conner, volunteer coordinator at the Guyon Saunders Resource Center, said they average about 80 people a day, but as of right now they are averaging over 120 people a day due to other organizations being closed.
“We are trying to keep them feed and we have gone through our pantry that we had stocked a little, we need oatmeal for in the morning that is something warm we can feed them. We need ramen noodles,” said Conner.
Conner said they are in need of many things at Guyon Saunders like oatmeal, ramen, and coffee.
She also said they are in need of coats and gloves that they can hand out to people who come to Guyon Saunders.”