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Advocating for Utah’s homeless population (www.abc4.com)

Tax season is here and Governor Spencer Cox along with Pamela Atkinson, an advocate for Utah’s homeless population is asking those who can to make a small donation before filing their taxes.

In efforts to combat homelessness, the funds will go into the Pamela Atkinson Homeless Trust Fund. On Tuesday, both the Governor and Atkinson took some time to stop inside Pamela’s Place apartments in Salt Lake City. The 100-unit permanent housing facility opened it’s doors in September of 2020 and has been a vital resource in moving some of Utah’s unsheltered off the streets.

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