Volunteer Tom Platina of Capital Christian Center helps check in patrons seeking shelter with the Winter Sanctuary program on Monday. The program still needs $100,000 to be able to house 100 people nightly in rotating houses of worship.
Volunteer Tom Platina of Capital Christian Center helps check in patrons seeking shelter with the Winter Sanctuary program on Monday. The program still needs $100,000 to be able to house 100 people nightly in rotating houses of worship. Andrew Seng Aseng@sacbee.com
Volunteer Tom Platina of Capital Christian Center helps check in patrons seeking shelter with the Winter Sanctuary program on Monday. The program still needs $100,000 to be able to house 100 people nightly in rotating houses of worship. Andrew Seng Aseng@sacbee.com

Sacramento winter shelter program for homeless still needs funding

November 24, 2014 10:11 PM

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