Eleven UTA Members coordinated 50 hygiene kits for the homeless prior to the start of the 44th Annual Conference. The kits were paid for by the attendees who contributed $50 each for the products.
“We had a perfect turn out for the event, and HopeLink of Southern Nevada was so happy for the donation. We were able to put together 25 male and 25 female kits, each with personalized items,” said Katie TerBush of MK Consultants, who organized the event. “We had a blast and I can’t wait to do it again next year!”
Among the services provided by HopeLink of Southern Nevada, are: emergency and inclement weather shelter, housing, supportive housing, community home rentals under the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, food pantry and nutrition programs, senior service programs, community resource fairs, family events and programs, free tax preparation services under the VITA program, holiday gift assistance and rent and utility assistance.
The event was sponsored by iMailTracking.