Thunder Bay volunteers needed for massive housing project

June 17th, 2015 - News

Thunder Bay volunteers will be led by the non-profit group Shelter House

The Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness says its goal of housing 20,000 Canadians in the next three years is achievable — and its asking volunteers across the country, including here in Thunder Bay, to help.

The president of the Alliance said volunteers will speak to people living on the street to learn more about their situation and their needs to determine who’s at greatest risk.

The next step will be to match those people with housing.

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