Leaf behind homelessness with Lane Forest Products and ShelterCare!
This October, Lane Forest Products is joining with ShelterCare to help families and individuals keep, recover and stabilize their housing. Make each Thursday in October your Yard Debris Recycling day, and we will donate the proceeds from that day to ShelterCare!
2 LFP Recycling locations:
- Eugene: 2111 Prairie Rd.
- Springfield: 820 N 42nd St.
ShelterCare was organized in 1970 to serve homeless families. Today, emergency shelter and support services for families are provided in 6 units at Family Housing Program in Eugene. Transitional support programs for families leaving shelter began in 1989 and currently serve more than 20 families in Lane County.
Last year ShelterCare helped move 1,531 people forward with help from generous community members like you. Your contributions help us resolve homelessness in Lane County, by allowing us to provide the housing and mental health services many people need to recover, grow, and thrive. Thank you for helping us build a stronger community!