Feeling like the Grinch? Time for a feel-good story to make you that happy it's the holidays.
And it isn't there for show. It's up for grabs for anyone who may need it, thanks to a Facebook group that wants to give back.
A Facebook group called "Chase the Chill" has started the act of "scarf bombing," which involves tying scarves around trees for anyone in need to take. The act started off in Easton, Pennsylvania, and it has spread across North America.
Events have popped up in Georgia, Ohio, and even Canada. All in the spirit of giving back.
With over half a million Americans homeless in any given night last January, the Facebook group felt the need to give back to those who need it most. Currently holding back happy tears.
As if giving back isn't enough, some scarves contain messages of hope. A sign of compassion towards those who need it most.
Some events are also leaving out hats, mittens and other winter essentials for those in need. Times are tough, and the group aims to make it a little bit easier.
144 scarves were distributed during the event and only four were left the next day. This shows the positive impact these events have on the public.
The founder of "Chase the Chill" Central Georgia — Carrie Sexton — was overwhelmed by the generosity of the event. "I truly hope that people pay it forward with a good deed," Sexton stated.
How is that for Christmas cheer? "Chase the Chill" should inspire all of us to give back...in whatever way possible.