SLC Easter egg hunt helps support homeless

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SALT LAKE CITY (News4Utah) – Many of us celebrate the Easter and Passover holidays in our homes, but there are members of the community who aren’t able to.

About 900 individuals and families experiencing homelessness gathered at Pioneer Park in downtown Salt Lake City for the Rescue Mission’s annual Easter Banquet, featuring a meal, live entertainment and of course, an Easter egg hunt for kids – and a few adults.

“Easter is all about victory and it’s all about obtaining the life that they’re supposed to have now, today, for the future and for eternity,” Chris Croswhite told News4Utah.

In addition to food and music, the Rescue Mission provided legal advice, job and housing placement services and free haircuts courtesy of the Taylor Andrews School of Barbering.

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