The small wooden structure inside Khaleel Seivwright’s rented Cabbagetown workshop looks something like an oversized shoe box, or perhaps a transport crate for a motorcycle. A closer look reveals something deceivingly more substantial. Its walls are lined with a thick layer of fibreglass insulation normally used in residential construction. There
Erin Glynn, firstname.lastname@example.org Published 8:00 am EDT, Friday, October 23, 2020 ECHO His Love will be sheltering homeless people at its main campus, located at 525 Michael St. in Mansitee, from Nov. 2 to April 2. (Erin Glynn/News Advocate) ECHO His Love will be sheltering homeless people at its main campus, located at 525 Michael St.
by Carly WipfOctober 21, 2020 More than 200 San Jose residents seeking shelter this winter will be guaranteed meals and a place to rest following a decision by city leaders to keep emergency shelters up and running. The San Jose City Council is also looking beyond temporary solutions and unanimously
The Emergency Mass Shelter at the Sullivan Arena has been running at or near its capacity for the past weeks, and shelter managers worry they’ll have to turn people away if the pressure continues. Photo taken on Sept. 22, 2020. (Lex Treinen/Alaska Public Media) Anchorage officials say they’re worried that
The North Alabama Homeless Coalition kicked off their winter gear drive. Due to the pandemic, there’s an even bigger need this year. HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — As the city of Huntsville grows, so does the homeless population. As it gets colder, people who are homeless will need items to help keep
Marin County is on the brink of acquiring two commercial buildings to house the homeless, but its plan for winter sheltering remains a work in progress. “We’re working right now on making a COVID-based plan to keep people safe during cold weather,” said Ashley Hart-McIntyre, the county’s homelessness policy coordinator.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) Columbia homeless shelters and other similar organizations are facing new challenges ahead of winter as the organizations continue to work through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Some shelters are considering taking in fewer people this winter because of changes brought on by coronavirus. Steve Jacobs, a live-in Catholic