Man with Down syndrome makes Christmas stockings for the homeless

When Cameron Gordon, a 22-year-old man with Down syndrome, saw young people on the streets of Charlottetown experiencing homelessness, living in the frigid cold, he knew he had to help. Together with his mom, he’s making 20 holiday stockings filled with gift cards for grocery stores and coffee shops, warm clothing, toiletries and treats.

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