(Sunny Skyz) Phone calls and donations have swamped the shelter, as have deliveries from warm-hearted folks, the IndyStar reported.
UPS and FedEx dropped off 177 boxes of food and supplies Friday morning alone, Hughes said. The entire lobby was filled with donations Thursday and half of the shelter’s garage was full.
“It’s just so overwhelming,” Hughes said. “We were all in awe (Thursday). I just couldn’t believe it.”
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