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Donor Paves Way for Homeless Shelter in Provo

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(KSL News) An anonymous donor has paved the way for Provo's first dedicated homeless shelter.

The donor approached the Food and Care Coalition with money for the shelter, which started an effort to raise the $11 million needed to build it.

When completed, the shelter will have 37 transitional housing rooms, classrooms, a barber shop and computer labs. People will live for there rent-free for an extended period of time.

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