A CENTURY OF SERVICE
The Road Home has proudly been serving our community for the past 100 years. We are so grateful for the incredible support by the community and each of you who make it possible for people to move out of homelessness each day!
We are thrilled to celebrate an amazing 100 years and look forward to continuing to serve our community as long as people need help moving home!
Our Centennial Celebration would not be possible without the support of our fantastic sponsors. Thank you for your incredible support!
Suzanne Goldsmith Legacy Recognition
Suzanne Goldsmith was a woman of vision. Long before homelessness was recognized in Utah as a crises to deal with Suzanne was serving on the Salt Lake Traveler’s Aid Society Board. She was helping stranded and homeless persons with emergency assistance, counseling and social services. The program was helping with transportation, food, medical care, and clothing for many needy individuals. As the problem grew she became a spokesperson to find solutions to giving aid other than the inhumane placement of warehouses She met wth city officials, businesses, community and church leaders to influence the construction of a facility which would provide multiple resources to help the helpless. When construction was completed Traveler’s Aid Society under her leadership was selected to operate the Salt Lake Community Shelter & Resource Center later known as The Road Home.
This year we recognize other groups and individuals who have built on this incredible foundation of The Road Home to continue helping people overcome homelessness.
- Bishop David H. Burton
- Bonneville Media
- Broadway Media
- Jon Huntsman Sr. & The Huntsman Family
- Lawrence Barusch
ACE Recycling & Disposal
Blaine & Hilea Walker
George S. & Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation