SIOUX CITY (KTIV) - As temps tumbled, Wednesday night, Sioux City's Warming Shelter filled with the homeless looking for a safe, and warm place to stay the night.
In fact, Wednesday night, the shelter saw the largest number of people since it opened for the season on November 1st.
Wednesday night, the Warming Shelter saw 113 people including families and children.
On a typical night, the non-profit organization sees 75 to 90 people.
The shelter doesn't just provide a warm place to stay, it also offers meals and hygiene products.
Director Lindsay Landrum says they are running low on some essential items.
To donate you can drop off items at their location at 916 Nebraska Street, or by visiting their website.