With COVID-19 putting restrictions on some in-person events including foot races, we have decided to try something new this year for our annual road racing event to help raise awareness about homelessness and support Project Hope for the Homeless.
Project Hope for the Homeless is pleased to announce the receipt of $123,850 in grant funding to help expand services and respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The adult shelter is open an additional 6 hours during the week allowing guests to stay from 1 p.m.
Project Hope for the Homeless continues to take precautions as we remain open to serve our guests during this time of crisis.
We are closely monitoring the global outbreak regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and we’re working to safeguard the health of our community.
Project Hope for the Homeless expanding service for families with children
Project Hope for the Homeless is working to close a gap in services it provides for families with children by keeping the shelter open all-day for these guests during weekday school closings during the coldest months of a school year.