With temperatures expected to dip down into the 20s, the Salvation Army is offering hot meals and warm clothes to those in need.
Volunteers will be out Friday as part of their Survive the Night program.
They'll be handing out coats, gloves, scarves, hats, and hot meals to some of Lubbock's less fortunate.
The Salvation Army launches their Survive The Night program any time temperatures dip below freezing before 6 p.m.
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