If you know a person or family who needs help having a happy Thanksgiving please let them know about our Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway.
WHEN: Wednesday, November 24, 2921, from 10:00 AM to 3:30 PM
WHERE: Smith's Ballpark Parking Lot, 77 West 1300 South, in Salt Lake City.
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Faith leaders to erect tents outside Salt Lake County Government Center, ask for new funding to reduce homelessness
On Thursday, July 8, 2021, at 3 PM, the Coalition of Religious Communities will be setting up tents outside the County Government Center and inviting County officials to come out and talk with us about the importance of building housing to end homelessness. Over the next two years Salt Lake County will receive $225 million in funding through the American Rescue Plan Act. The Coalition of Religious Communities believes County officials should dedicate twenty percent of that funding to the production of housing that would reduce homelessness in the County and to ask cities in Salt Lake County to join in dedicating ARPA funds to this important purpose.
If you would like to volunteer with setting up for this event please send an email to Bill Tibbitts at email@example.com
Starting July 15, 2021, most families with children will receive monthly Child Tax Credit payments of at least $250 per child from the IRS
Families that have not filed taxes can qualify for this payment by going to this page on the IRS website and following the instructions:
The Child Tax Credit monthly assistance program was created this year in the American Rescue Plan Act and is available for twelve months. The full credit is $300 per month for children aged five and younger and $250 per month for children aged six to seventeen. To be eligible for the full credit a family's income must be less than:
The Coalition of Religious Communities is asking the leaders of Weber, Davis, Salt Lake and Utah County to dedicate ten percent of the federal funding they receive through the American Rescue Plan Act to ending homelessness. How much is each county getting?
Can you take a few minutes to reach out to the leaders of the County where you live and ask them to dedicate ten percent of the American Rescue Plan Act funding they receive to ending homelessness?
Weber County: Weber County is governed by a three member County Commission.
Davis County: Davis County is governed by a three member County Commission
Salt Lake County: Salt Lake County is governed by a nine member County Council and a County Mayor
Utah County: Utah County is governed by a three member County Commission
If you have questions about this issue, or ideas for ways we can reach more people, send and email to Bill Tibbitts.
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