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The group came up with the idea to help out during the bitter winter.
The four organizations received nearly $1 million in grant funding.
The structure is rapidly progressing, shouldering aside inclement weather.
The structure will be a hub for many of Juneau’s community-oriented nonprofits.
Location extended to mid-April 2021.
The Glory Hall hopes to begin site prep on the new campus within months.
The program could inject up to $1 million into local restaurants while feeding the most vulnerable.
More than 200 people experiencing homelessness received care today.
The shelter will likely open this weekend.
What’s being done and what resources are available?