200 clean 'The Road Home'

SALT LAKE CITY — Members of the Salt Lake Little Cottonwood Stake, in partnership with The Road Home homeless shelter, renovated nine of The Road Home's Transitional Housing Units May 31.

An estimated 200 volunteers worked on the nine units, enabling The Road Home, formerly called the Travelers Aid Society, to place people who have been experiencing homelessness into homes that are in good repair. This stake service project comes soon after The Road Home entered into a partnership with the Church's Humanitarian Service in a Move In Project. This Move In Project allows families to move seamlessly into homes supported by The Road Home while receiving basic living necessities from Humanitarian Service.

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