SALT LAKE CITY -- In a tradition dating back 25 years, a Utah family dropped off a truckload of clothing and other supplies living at the Road Home on Wednesday.
Twenty family members took part, donating things like sleeping bags, along with warm clothes.
"It's something my family has done for the last 25 years or so. Every Christmas morning we come up and bring everything that we've gathered up in the summer months...coats, gloves, hats, sweatshirts, my granddaughters make scarves, boots, any warm gear these folks can possibly use," said Doug Durboraw.
Durborew said this problem should not exist in America and he hopes he lives long enough to see the homeless problem solved.