Interfaith Coalition of Whatcom County project manager Mike Hess digs under the foundation of a Ferndale house being converted into a triplex for homeless families in 2013. The Interfaith Coalition is now partnering with Family Promise to works with congregations to provide space in their buildings to serve as temporary shelters for families.
Interfaith Coalition of Whatcom County project manager Mike Hess digs under the foundation of a Ferndale house being converted into a triplex for homeless families in 2013. The Interfaith Coalition is now partnering with Family Promise to works with congregations to provide space in their buildings to serve as temporary shelters for families. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
Interfaith Coalition of Whatcom County project manager Mike Hess digs under the foundation of a Ferndale house being converted into a triplex for homeless families in 2013. The Interfaith Coalition is now partnering with Family Promise to works with congregations to provide space in their buildings to serve as temporary shelters for families. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

Homeless families may soon find shelter at local churches

September 04, 2016 06:00 AM