Group lacked money to stay open

For 11 years, Christian Help Inc. has been serving as a sanctuary for the homeless and those in danger of losing their homes.

The group would provide rent payments so families could keep their apartments, offer assistance paying utilities so they had heat and water, and found hotels where people could stay temporarily.

But as donations dwindled almost to nothing, officials had to admit they had no more help to give.

The Christian Help board of directors announced Tuesday that the organization was permanently closing its doors. It will not reorganize in the future, director LaTheda Noonan said.

See more in Wednesday's Daily Journal.

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