The Cold Weather Shelter for families and women located at Trinity United Methodist Church will open on December 23. The completion of the necessary work for the Shelter was a very collaborative effort between many organizations, including Trinity United Methodist Church, Hope's Corner serving as construction manager, Santa Clara County Office of Supportive Housing, Supervisor Joe Simitian's Office, HomeFirst and the City of Mountain View. Hope's Corner's design team that has been working on the plans for the Hope's Corner kitchen stepped up to oversee the fire alarm work for the Shelter. We are also grateful to Best Electric and Fire Detection Unlimited for putting in long hours to get the improvements installed quickly.
For more information about the Shelter, click here. You can read more about the shelter and how it and Hope's Corner are part of the "Hope & Mercy Resource Center" in the press release from Supervisor Simitian's office.