Tom Platina of Capital Christian Center volunteers his time to help check-in patrons looking to seek shelter with the Winter Sanctuary program on Monday, Nov. 24, 2014, in Sacramento, Calif. Mega church pastor Rick Cole’s stint on the streets raised $166,000 for winter housing for the homeless, but the program still needs $100,000 to achieve its goal of busing, feeding and housing as many as 100 people each night in rotating houses of worship.
Tom Platina of Capital Christian Center volunteers his time to help check-in patrons looking to seek shelter with the Winter Sanctuary program on Monday, Nov. 24, 2014, in Sacramento, Calif. Mega church pastor Rick Cole’s stint on the streets raised $166,000 for winter housing for the homeless, but the program still needs $100,000 to achieve its goal of busing, feeding and housing as many as 100 people each night in rotating houses of worship. Andrew Seng Aseng@sacbee.com
Tom Platina of Capital Christian Center volunteers his time to help check-in patrons looking to seek shelter with the Winter Sanctuary program on Monday, Nov. 24, 2014, in Sacramento, Calif. Mega church pastor Rick Cole’s stint on the streets raised $166,000 for winter housing for the homeless, but the program still needs $100,000 to achieve its goal of busing, feeding and housing as many as 100 people each night in rotating houses of worship. Andrew Seng Aseng@sacbee.com

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