House the Homeless is trying to find hats with tails to help homeless folks to try to help keep them cool on these blistering summer days.
The Swap-A-Hat program is looking for hats that have a fabric sheet, or tail, that hangs down and covers the back of the wearer's neck and ears. The group is also giving out UV-rated sunglasses for dollar donations.
Richard Troxell, president of House the Homeless, says this is the second year that homeless people have the option to swap in their old hat for a new one with a tail or to purchase one for a dollar. The dollars go to people in Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma and other areas left homeless by this spring's tornadoes and floods.