For the next several years, from  2000-2006, Survive the Streets became a tradition for their families and friends. They would raise money, make extra turkey dinners, and purchase gear such as sleeping bags, hats, gloves, coats, backpacks, and anything else that was needed for someone to survive the wet, cold winters of Seattle. Michael, Patti and a few of their friends would load up a van and drive around on Thanksgiving Day to find people living on Seattle’s streets and outfit them for the the winter.


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