The homeless community in the Boise area will now have a new daytime resource for their families.

According to KTVB, beginning on November 6, Interfaith Sanctuary in Boise will now be providing families in the area a safe place to be during the day. Their new family program will be open weekdays from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Guests of Interfaith Sanctuary:

"will receive early education programs for their kids, parenting classes, case management support, nutritious snacks and scheduled naptimes. Families who have school age kids will be offered after-school programs, nutritious snacks and case management."

The pilot program is getting amazing support from the community too. Port of Subs has made this their "beneficiary for this year’s holiday gift card campaign. Funding from the promotion, which kicks off mid-November, will go to support nutrition for the families participating in this new early education and supportive services daytime programming."

If you want to help out too, there are several way to do so. You can donate cash online HERE. You can also buy stuff for the Sanctuary's daytime program from their 'wishlist' HERE. OR, you can also drop off's a list of their nutritional needs:

Cheese- String Cheese, Cheddar Cheese, low fat cheeses

Whole Grain Crackers

StonyField Yogurt snacks- smoothies, pro-biotic kids, yo-kid squeezables

Peanut butter crackers

Goldfish crackers

Peanut butter

Healthy low sugar granola and energy bars

Low Salt Pretzels

Hot Pretzels

Whole Grain Bagels