A nonprofit house of healing for Charlotte’s homeless has three months to stay alive.

Samaritan House officials revealed Monday the facility is shutting down for 90 days and needs $200,000 by July 1 if it’s to continue serving clients.

A fundraising initiative, “Save Our Home,” is taking donations at thesamaritanhouse.org/donations. “Samaritan House cannot go away,” executive director Rodney Tucker said. “If it did, these folks would lose their advocates, their voices. We are serving these folks in such a special and unique way and it breaks my heart to think about abandoning them because of money. It’s time to build back better and we need everyone’s help.”

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