The Rev. Rick Cole of Capital Christian Center ends his two-week-long journey to bring awareness to homelessness in Sacramento on Saturday. Cole’s website showed that his effort had raised more than $144,000 toward the $300,000 needed to fund a winter shelter program.<252><137>posed as one of Sacramento’s homeless individuals to help draw attention to homelessness in the region and help raise $300,000 for winter shelters this coming season.<252><137>
The Rev. Rick Cole of Capital Christian Center ends his two-week-long journey to bring awareness to homelessness in Sacramento on Saturday. Cole’s website showed that his effort had raised more than $144,000 toward the $300,000 needed to fund a winter shelter program.<252><137>posed as one of Sacramento’s homeless individuals to help draw attention to homelessness in the region and help raise $300,000 for winter shelters this coming season.<252><137> Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
The Rev. Rick Cole of Capital Christian Center ends his two-week-long journey to bring awareness to homelessness in Sacramento on Saturday. Cole’s website showed that his effort had raised more than $144,000 toward the $300,000 needed to fund a winter shelter program.<252><137>posed as one of Sacramento’s homeless individuals to help draw attention to homelessness in the region and help raise $300,000 for winter shelters this coming season.<252><137> Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com

‘Homeless’ pastor goes home to Capital Christian church

October 11, 2014 10:50 PM

UPDATED October 15, 2014 11:30 AM

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