ROCHESTER, Minn. -
Once the new warming center is operational, the Salvation Army's Warming Center won't stay open.
But helping hands are helping hands - and Catholic Charities will need volunteers once they open their doors.
"We're hoping to be able to take a back seat and support them, we'll tell our volunteers about it and hope they have a part in providing this important service to the community," LIsa Mueller with the Salvation Army said.
Rudy Naul is a first-time volunteer for the Salvation Army and believes in the mission.
"It just seems like the numbers are growing, it's more in the public's eye, you are seeing it a lot more, it's just important that everybody has a place to stay," Naul said.
After all, you never know what can happen when you volunteer time and heart.
"It could be something that you could end up making a difference in someone's life," Naul said.
Here is the link for more information about volunteering.