Homeless shelter kids receive animals, comfort
December 30, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Children in crisis receive their own stuffed teddy bear in a gesture aimed at making them feel comfort.
That's the goal of the Bears in Blue Foundation and Sunday officers from the Chicago Police Department took part in the foundation's second annual charity event.
The officers handed out stuffed animals to boys and girls at the Cornerstone Homeless Shelter.
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