Organizations like Not My Son are still housing families displaced from last month's snowstorms.
"So many really depend on the vegan restaurant because that's what they eat. I can't close and leave them with nothing."
Food & Drink
People are still struggling after last week's winter disaster. Today—yes, Taco Tuesday today—the nonprofit Staff Meal is providing food for those who need it.
Genesis Women's Shelter, the Family Place, and other nonprofits have burst pipes and extensive flood damage. Their evacuated residents need immediate assistance.
By Emily Heft
All of the energy spent organizing in 2020 has allowed many local mutual aid groups keep people warm, housed, and fed during this weather emergency.
Chefs and restaurateurs already face a pandemic. And then came an unprecedented winter storm that piled on major losses and property damage.
There are rumors about the Park Cities getting preferential treatment. Online data are hard to parse.
Here are a few places to get a hot meal—or donate your time or money if you're one of the fortunate ones with heat and running water.
Officials are assessing the damage, but the newly renovated Hall of State reportedly had two feet of water in its basement.