by Vera, Addicting Info
If you walked through New York City on Thursday night, you might have passed Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman. You wouldn’t have recognized him, though – Cashman was sleeping on the streets for the night, bundled in layers with just a beanie on his head as he tried to retain his body heat in 27 degree temperatures.
Of course, Cashman would resume his life with a roof over his head the next day. There are thousands of people who don’t have that luxury and sleep on the freezing concrete every single night.
Cashman was not alone – he was actually one of hundreds of executives across the United States who decided to take part in the Covenant House’s annual Sleep Out. Covenant House, a non-profit that manages homeless shelters for the United States’ youth, helped over 57,000 kids last year.
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