Howd and Ludorf, LLC has teamed up with Hallís Market of West Hartford to supply meals to residents of the South Park Inn in Hartford. The South Park Inn provides temporary shelter to about 1,500 individuals, families and children annually. Formed in 1982 to assist homeless people, the former South Park Methodist Church was purchased and renovated for the Emergency Shelter. It was soon discovered that a severe lack of affordable housing and services made it difficult to find permanent housing solutions. The church sanctuary was converted to a Transitional Living program in 1989, which allows men to stay for up to two years while they engage in education, job training, mental health or substance abuse treatment which increases their skills and income. Its mission statement provides: Our Mission is to assist homeless people to improve their life situation by providing temporary and long-term housing and supportive services. Attorneys and support staff at Howd and Ludorf volunteer on a periodic basis to serve food to the residents at the shelter. We appreciate the donations and assistance provided by Hallís Market that make this project possible.