Mary’s Place in the news
The new “Family Diversion Center” is geared toward families that already have a housing voucher, source of income or other resources that make their needs short term.
“It's part of Windermere's annual community service day. They shut down more than 300 real estate offices so workers could volunteer in the community.”
“I felt at one time that I couldn’t accept housing because there were all these other people who need it.”
A group of six guys, with the help of some of their friends, were able to raise $10k in about a week for Mary's Place, and they did it through music.
Mary’s Place Executive Director Marty Hartman said 2,500 individuals and 100 local businesses contributed to the success of this 45-day fundraising campaign.
Michael calls himself "Mr. Socks." He delivers to all kinds of shelters and charities.
Q13 went along as they recently delivered thousands of products to Mary’s Place Women’s Day Center in Seattle.
The Times' editorial board's thank-you notes to the givers — community members who continue to make an impact in large and small ways.