Empowering Homeless Women, Children and Families to Reclaim Their Lives.
We’re excited to introduce you to one of our newest staff members! Katie Teplicky joined Mary’s Place in January 2015 as our events coordinator and immediately showed a knack for building relationships, bringing people together, and igniting passions (plus, she is a lot of fun)! She has been deeply involved with fundraising for the past…Read More →
Join us at our new Family Center in North Seattle with special guest, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray! We’re excited to celebrate and thank everyone who helped make this location possible! Come by to see our new home, meet our families, and learn more about the services that Mary’s Place offers. Oh, and enjoy hot dogs,…Read More →
The Mary’s Place Rotating Night Shelter is hosted by 22 different faith communities. Congregations host at least one week a year, many much more frequently. This volunteer-run shelter provides two meals (dinner and breakfast) and a place to call home for 14 women and their children. Mary’s Place provides transportation to and from the Day…Read More →
Earlier this year, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray formed a task force to identify solutions to housing homeless men, women and children who were currently sleeping outside. One of the recommendations of the group was that the City review its vacant properties for possible shelter locations. The former bank building at 130th and Stone Way in…Read More →
The “Finding Our Way” StoryCorps project invited families who have experienced homelessness to tell their stories in their own words by sharing 40 minutes of uninterrupted conversation with a friend or a loved one. Three of our Mary’s Place families are included in the series and their stories are airing in June on KUOW’s Morning Edition.…Read More →