Catherine Riggs with her daughter Charlotte Looney, 8. Residents of the Next Move Shelter use reused sheets and blankets currently provided by the shelter after families move out. Next Move family shelter serves approximately 276 children each year and is asking for 276 "bed in a bag" comforters to give as gifts to their families by providing a sense of comfort and feeling at home. Each "bed in a bag" contains a comforter, pillow case, flat sheet, and fitted sheet and the residents will get to keep them as gifts. Next move is one of only two shelters in Sacramento county that has a primary focus on keeping families together in their family shelter.
Catherine Riggs with her daughter Charlotte Looney, 8. Residents of the Next Move Shelter use reused sheets and blankets currently provided by the shelter after families move out. Next Move family shelter serves approximately 276 children each year and is asking for 276 "bed in a bag" comforters to give as gifts to their families by providing a sense of comfort and feeling at home. Each "bed in a bag" contains a comforter, pillow case, flat sheet, and fitted sheet and the residents will get to keep them as gifts. Next move is one of only two shelters in Sacramento county that has a primary focus on keeping families together in their family shelter. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Catherine Riggs with her daughter Charlotte Looney, 8. Residents of the Next Move Shelter use reused sheets and blankets currently provided by the shelter after families move out. Next Move family shelter serves approximately 276 children each year and is asking for 276 "bed in a bag" comforters to give as gifts to their families by providing a sense of comfort and feeling at home. Each "bed in a bag" contains a comforter, pillow case, flat sheet, and fitted sheet and the residents will get to keep them as gifts. Next move is one of only two shelters in Sacramento county that has a primary focus on keeping families together in their family shelter. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
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December 06, 2017 06:14 PM

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