Josephine County’s Sleep in Heavenly Peace chapter hosted the event.
Co-president of the chapter, Nathan Olson, says the goal is to create 50 beds.
The beds will soon be delivered to kids in need, with mattresses and bedsheets.
“It gets a little overwhelming seeing the community come out, we had almost 100 people register today to build and if it weren’t for these people coming out on their Saturday, there’s no way this program would be successful,” said Olson.
If you’re interested in learning more, visit shpbeds.org.
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