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Holiday Volunteer Opportunities

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December is a very busy month at Mary’s Place and we are starting to plan for holiday meals, Santa’s visit, and lots of shopping and wrapping! We need lots and lots of volunteers – individuals and groups to make it all happen. If you can help, email erin@marysplaceseattle.org. Saturday, December 13 – Holiday Meal and…

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Julia’s Place Celebrates Two Years in Madrona

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Two years ago this month, Pastor Mark Zimmerly from Madrona Grace heard that Mary’s Place was offering night shelter for families that rotated between several area congregations. He wanted to help, and offered the use of the Madrona Grace basement to help homeless families year round. The Presbyterian Network to End Homelessness volunteered to help…

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No Child Sleeps Outside: Shelter as Part of a Comprehensive Strategy for Eliminating Homelessness

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ACCORDING TO FAMILY HOUSING CONNECTIONS, THERE WERE OVER 5,100 HOMELESS FAMILIES IN KING COUNTY LAST YEAR. AT MARY’S PLACE, THE NUMBER OF BED NIGHTS WE PROVIDED GREW FROM 7,000 IN 2012, TO OVER 20,000 IN 2013. Earlier this year the City of Seattle awarded Mary’s Place $200,000 to open Bianca’s Place, our crisis response family…

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Announcing Taylor’s Fund

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Taylor’s Fund was established in 2014 in memory of our sister, Taylor, who fought terminal cancer with grace and dignity, and provides end of life care for our women. Taylor was an active and beloved member of Mary’s Place for over a decade. She came and began doing what she does best – cooking! Taylor…

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Welcome new Director of Development & Communications, Katy Sutta

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We are thrilled to welcome our newest staff member, Katy Sutta. Katy is happy to join and serve the Mary’s Place community. Our mission, to empower homeless women to reclaim their lives, is one that is close to her heart! After earning a B.A., she began my career in non-profit serving women and children suffering…

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