Las Vegas is a big and beautiful city full of wonderful people and amazing energy. Unfortunately we also have a homeless community right here in our city that is in need of our help. To that end, the McKenna Team works directly with a non-profit organization called C.A.R.E. (Critical Assistance Relief Effort) that is working to get rid of homelessness by helping the homeless find jobs. The C.A.R.E. complex, on Foremaster Ln. between Main and LV Blvd., offers many resources for the homeless community, including computer terminals they can use to apply for jobs, assistance in creating resumes, providing clothes to wear for interviews and bus passes to get to those interviews. They are striving to eliminate the homeless population. If you would like to become involved the C.A.R.E. complex would greatly appreciate anything you can do. They accept donations of clothes, hygiene products and bottle water among other items. Financial donations are certainly welcome as well. You can also volunteer at the C.A.R.E. complex. Please visit their website at http://www.carecomplex.org/home.html
By working together to eliminate homelessness we can make Las Vegas an even better place to live.