Homeless help shoppers ‘wrap up’ for the holidays

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OKLAHOMA CITY – ‘Wrap Up the Homeless’ is a movement in Oklahoma to give back to the homeless through the Curbside Chronicle.

The Curbside Chronicle is an organization that gives Oklahomans an opportunity to help those less fortunate and, this holiday season, residents can buy holiday wrapping paper for all their loved ones’ gifts from them.

There are five different packages of wrapping paper with unique designs from local artists. Most of the packages are filled with five strands of wrapping paper.  The prices range from $10 a package to $20 a package. However, shoppers can also buy individual sheets that cost around $4.

Locals can buy the paper from any Curbside Chronicle vendor around town, any participating vendor or you can order it online.

The featured artists involved with Wrap Up the Homeless are Dustin Oswald, Dylan Bradway, Kalee Jones, Matt Goad, Tessa Raven, Denise Duong, Dusty Gilpin, Erin Robinson, Ruth Loveland, Skip Hill, Bert Seabourn, Bob Palmer, Christie Owen, Erin Cooper, Kelsey Karper, Clint Stone, Jason Pawley, Kathryn Wakefield, Sam Washburn, Tanner Frady, Ashley Dawn, Edgardo George, Lance King, Gayle Curry, Jack Fowler, Sean Vali, Lauren Miller, Natalie Kent, Peggy White, Steven Paul Judd, Tiffany McKnight and Wayne Coyne.

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