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News - December 14, 2012

Giving hope to the homeless

Project WeHOPE aims to help people get back on their feet

by Haiy Le

Tucked at the end of an industrial lot, East Palo Alto's only homeless shelter occupies an unassuming warehouse that's been transformed into a refuge for the city's homeless. From November to April, the shelter opens its doors each night to an average of 40 men, women and children, providing a hot meal and a warm bed during the winter's cold and rainy months.

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Editorial Intern Haiy Le can be emailed at hle@paweekly.com.

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