Phillip Pruitt (center) and friends spent a day in late December at the Transfer Center in Fort Worth, distributing blankets and cold weather gear to the homeless. More than a decade ago, his mother, Cyndi Bunch, founded Phillip’s Wish and distributed about 200 blankets during the first year. Now the figure is closer to 20,000.
Phillip Pruitt (center) and friends spent a day in late December at the Transfer Center in Fort Worth, distributing blankets and cold weather gear to the homeless. More than a decade ago, his mother, Cyndi Bunch, founded Phillip’s Wish and distributed about 200 blankets during the first year. Now the figure is closer to 20,000. Jeffery Washington Special to the Star-Telegram
Phillip Pruitt (center) and friends spent a day in late December at the Transfer Center in Fort Worth, distributing blankets and cold weather gear to the homeless. More than a decade ago, his mother, Cyndi Bunch, founded Phillip’s Wish and distributed about 200 blankets during the first year. Now the figure is closer to 20,000. Jeffery Washington Special to the Star-Telegram

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