The workers and volunteers at Open Doors know that sometimes some of us get in a place where it’s hard to find the way out. Especially during the holidays, it can become discouraging when families and individuals experience trouble putting food on the table. This is especially true during the holiday season for these families.
Open Doors, a local non-profit public service organization, specializes in lending a helping hand. The group recently notified the public and businesses that they are actively seeking donations. Daneen Adams, Assistant Executive Director with Open Doors said, “ A $25 donation provides a family with three days of food, $75 donation provides a family with holiday gifts, and a $100 donation provides 18 hours of nursery services to prevent child abuse.” Adams recommend donations be made through the Open Doors website at opendoorsutah.org.
Living in a difficult situation can lead to dysfunctional relationships, domestic violence and child abuse. Open Doors helps promote self-sufficiency and strengthens families rather than replace personal responsibility. The group strives to eliminate abuse and poverty, establishing strong family relationships and self-reliance. By providing resources to those in need, Open Doors helps guide families back to getting on their feet.