The Road to the Road Home with the Rocky Mountain Chevrolet Dealers

X96 invites you to help people experiencing homelessness this holiday season

Tonight, almost three thousand people, including eight hundred children, will be safe and warm in The Road Home‘s Emergency Shelter’s or housing programs.

Join Radio From Hell as we broadcast live every Wednesday from 6am to 10am for our Road Home Donation Locations! We will be at several different locations collecting donations every Wednesday leading up to the Road Home Mediathon on December 20th and 21st! Come say HI and drop off your donations!

The Road Home provides emergency shelter, housing programs, and supportive services including case management to help people overcome homelessness. On any given night, The Road Home serves approximately 1,000 people, including approximately 175 children, with emergency shelter in their Salt Lake Community Shelter, and Midvale Family Center. The value of your in-kind donation cannot be overstated.  A simple donation of socks can transform someone’s day.

Here is where you can find us and drop off your donations and come say HI!

  • 11/28/18: Larry H. Miller Chevrolet, 5500 State St. in Murray
  • 12/05/18: Young Chevrolet, 645 N Main St. in Layton
  • 12/12/18: Ken Garff Chevrolet, 548 E 1000 S in American Fork
  • 12/20-21/18: Road Home’s Salt Lake Community Shelter, 210 South Rio Grande St. in Salt Lake City

Drop off blankets, coats, boots, hats, and gloves at any Rocky Mountain Chevy Dealer and join us on December 20th and 21st for the Road Home Mediathon. X96 will broadcast live for two days from The Road Home’s Salt Lake Community Shelter to raise funds to provide shelter, supportive services, and housing programs all year long. Visit Rocky Mountain Chevrolet dealership donation locations or to make a cash donation.

You can also drop off needed items for The Road Home at any of these Rocky Mountain Chevrolet dealers.

Help Utahns get back on the road to their own home!

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