In 1997, Nancy Oprsal, now age 86, helped organize Family Promise, a faith-based network of 30 churches in Sacramento County that offer shelter and other services. Oprsal is photographed in one of the rooms used to house a family of five. The organization has requested 16 rollaway beds this year to replace multiple cots that have deteriorated.
In 1997, Nancy Oprsal, now age 86, helped organize Family Promise, a faith-based network of 30 churches in Sacramento County that offer shelter and other services. Oprsal is photographed in one of the rooms used to house a family of five. The organization has requested 16 rollaway beds this year to replace multiple cots that have deteriorated. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
In 1997, Nancy Oprsal, now age 86, helped organize Family Promise, a faith-based network of 30 churches in Sacramento County that offer shelter and other services. Oprsal is photographed in one of the rooms used to house a family of five. The organization has requested 16 rollaway beds this year to replace multiple cots that have deteriorated. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
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