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  • Tim Flaherty talks about the need for day shelters for homeless families

    Boisean Tim Flaherty, who used to be assistant director at Interfaith Sanctuary, has spun off to start his own nonprofit. It's mission is to open a day care for families, particularly women with babies, and also perform outreach to the "unsheltered," or people on the street who, for whatever reason, aren't availing themselves to emergency shelters.

Boisean Tim Flaherty, who used to be assistant director at Interfaith Sanctuary, has spun off to start his own nonprofit. It's mission is to open a day care for families, particularly women with babies, and also perform outreach to the "unsheltered," or people on the street who, for whatever reason, aren't availing themselves to emergency shelters. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Boisean Tim Flaherty, who used to be assistant director at Interfaith Sanctuary, has spun off to start his own nonprofit. It's mission is to open a day care for families, particularly women with babies, and also perform outreach to the "unsheltered," or people on the street who, for whatever reason, aren't availing themselves to emergency shelters. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Homeless Boise families lack an all-year day shelter. An ex-con seeks money to open one.

April 25, 2017 11:05 PM