David Williams picks weeds as part of landscape work at Esther Simplot Park on Sept. 5. Williams is part of a group of workers who were once homeless and found jobs with Boise Parks and Recreation through a program co-hosted by Interfaith Sanctuary. The J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation is donating money to the city to keep the program going through the winter and expand it next year.
David Williams picks weeds as part of landscape work at Esther Simplot Park on Sept. 5. Williams is part of a group of workers who were once homeless and found jobs with Boise Parks and Recreation through a program co-hosted by Interfaith Sanctuary. The J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation is donating money to the city to keep the program going through the winter and expand it next year. Kyle Green Idaho Statesman file
David Williams picks weeds as part of landscape work at Esther Simplot Park on Sept. 5. Williams is part of a group of workers who were once homeless and found jobs with Boise Parks and Recreation through a program co-hosted by Interfaith Sanctuary. The J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation is donating money to the city to keep the program going through the winter and expand it next year. Kyle Green Idaho Statesman file