If You See a Scarf on a Tree, Here's What it Means
If you see a scarf hanging on a tree outside around Boise, or even inside the mall on one of those Christmas trees, it's no accident. There's meaning behind the scarves left lying around town, and those who find them "fitting" can keep them.
Homeless Work Program Grows
You might remember back in March, we told you about a program that the City of Boise was starting to help put the homeless to work. It's worked so well that it's growing.
Interfaith Sanctuary Expands
As the weather starts to change and temperatures drop, Boise's Interfaith Sanctuary is expanding their hours to better serve families in need during the cold of winter.
New Housing for Homeless
The conversation of how best to help our homeless population get back on their feet has had many different ideas. One that's moving forward in a new development in Boise.
Rhodes Park Seeing Homeless
Over the last year, the City of Boise closed down the homeless encampment under the Connector (and next to the Interfaith Sanctuary). Now, some are returning to the area.
Local Homeless Population Needs Hot Weather Supplies
Even though they aren't quite consistent yet, we're seeing hot temperatures in the Treasure Valley, which becomes a big concern for the homeless population. Interfaith Sanctuary in Boise is sending out a plea for donations of hot weather supplies, including sunscreen, lip balm, reusable water bottles, and aloe vera...

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