Homeless men who turn to the Grace Centers of Hope for help now have the use of a barber shop, study lounge and recreation area afterseveral local businesses donated their time and moneyto perform renovations at the shelter.
On Friday, shelter officials unveiled
the renovations which also include new flooring, freshly painted walls and new
furnishings for the facility on East Huron Street, which helps about 1,000
homeless and addicted men a year and serves 127,000 meals.
Work was done by BELFOR, a worldwide
disaster restoration company, and several area subcontractors. From The Detroit