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Angels in the Snow blankets community with essentials

Angels in the snow
Posted at 5:06 PM, Feb 21, 2021

CINCINNATI — A Cincinnati couple is making a difference, month-by-month, for those experiencing homelessness.

They call themselves the “Snow Covered Angels,” providing free blankets, food and more to those struggling to survive the winter weather and the pandemic.

Nathaniel Snow said he and his wife wanted to be committed to giving back this year. That’s why every single month of 2021 they’re giving away free meals or helpful items to those in need.

The couple spent Sunday afternoon at Findlay Market giving away more than 100 blankets to those experiencing homelessness in freezing temperatures. They also gave out sandwiches and hygiene products with the help of volunteers.

Snow said his family has been very fortunate during the pandemic, so his faith challenged him to do more to give back.

“To overcome everything that we got going on in our society is going to take love, with COVID and everything else has transpired,” Snow said. “We just wanted to do something to give. Be a true representation of Jesus and want to serve and provide.”

For those who missed Sunday’s blanket and essentials distribution, or for those who are interested in volunteering next month, email Snow at