Housing still needed for dozens of Afghan refugees in Utah
SALT LAKE CITY – Governor Spencer Cox declared Wednesday “Afghan Day on the Hill” as he addressed a continuing housing need for some refugee families in Utah.
Nearly 900-Afghan Refugees arrived in Utah over the last five months.
It was the largest re-settlement in Utah history.
We're calling on Utahns to help secure 50 housing units for Afghan arrivals by the end of March. Safe and secure housing is a critical need for the long-term success of new arrivals.
If you can help, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
— Utah Gov. Spencer J. Cox (@GovCox) February 23, 2022
Governor Cox asked for help to find 50 long term housing units for Afghan families.
“Safe and secure house is a critical need to create longterm success for this group,” said Cox.
If you can help out one of these families you are asked to send a message to email@example.com.
The Governor also announced the Afghan Community Fund reached a goal of raising one million dollars.
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