Empowering Homeless Women and Children to Reclaim Their Lives.
Baba and his family speak only French. Baba’s story was translated to English and read to our guests at the Jackson Street shelter Open House. My name is Baba, I am from Democratic Republic of Congo. I arrived in Seattle on February 9th, 2015 with my three children Benie, Djo Djo, and Jeampy. My wife,…Read More →
A Super Bowl loss became a big win for two Washington nonprofits this week. The winnings of Gov. Inslee’s Super Bowl wager with New England governors Charlie Baker (R-MA) and Maggie Hassan (D-NH) arrived this week. The governors agreed to donate to area food banks win or lose. New Hampshire sent 20 lbs of bacon…Read More →
The other day we got this touching email from a police officer: Hello, hope you can help. On Saturday night I drove a woman and her two daughters and son to Mary’s Place. They had been kicked out of the place they were staying and were literally homeless with no money. The staff at Mary’s…Read More →
Solomon Muche shared the inspirational story of his journey through homelessness to being accepted at the University of Washington last fall with our audience at the Annual Spring Luncheon. Now happily settled in at the UW, we were excited to learn that Solomon was one of three students selected to present his research at the…Read More →
WE DID IT! Thanks you YOU, our crowdfunding campaign to make sure No Child Sleeps Outside this Winter in Seattle EXCEEDED our goal and raised more than $300,000 to provide emergency shelter and services to homeless moms, dads, and kids this winter. The season is truly merry and bright for our homeless families! A big…Read More →