HOMELESS / HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES
Isaiah 58 team members prepare and serve meals for approximately 200 homeless and working poor in downtown Seattle on the second Thursday evening of each month, occasionally serve meals to Tent City dwellers and emergency shelter refugees, and collects and distributes warm clothes and blankets during winter months.
Isaiah 58 welcomes individuals, friends, families, and small groups who want to help the homeless. Contact Bob Hernacki email@example.com or Steve Houchin firstname.lastname@example.org . You can signup to volunteer or learn more at the Isaiah 58 web page.
Woodinville Storehouse Food Bank
The Woodinville Storehouse Food Bank is a faith-based food bank operated by a coalition of churches (including Northshore) to serve the local community of Woodinville, Bothell, Kirkland, and Redmond. The Storehouse provides nourishment, prayer support and ministry to those in need and is unique in the quality of fresh food provided including dairy, baked goods, meat, fresh produce and vegetables.
Volunteers welcome those in need to spend time in comfort and prayer where healthy food and support are available every Tuesday evening from 6:30–7:20 pm and Saturday from 9:30am–10:20am.
You can get involved by volunteering as individuals or in small groups, by hosting a food drive, or by giving money. All are welcome that have a heart for local ministry and a passion for serving those in need.
Location: 17110 140th Ave NE, Woodinville, 98072.
To donate or volunteer contact: email@example.com, 425.483.5252.
more info at www.WoodinvilleStorehouse.org
Care Day is a one-day resource fair for homeless and low-income families in our Northshore community, connecting them with the services and resources they need. Attendees enjoy a hot meal and have access to free health services, groceries, haircuts, housing, public benefits, referrals to employment training, and much more.
Care Day was started by a Northshore small group, is led by Northshore members, and continues to grow and thrive with Northshore volunteers and donors. Care Day 2018 occurs on Friday June 29th; you can learn more and signup to participate at www.CareDay.net; you can also contact Tim King and Lauren Neal.
Vision House is a Christian service agency that provides life-changing transitional housing, support services and child care to help break the cycle of homelessness for homeless families with children. Vision House offers meaningful volunteer opportunities to the community with the goal of increasing our capacity to serve the poor and homeless, and help promote positive transformation of their lives. Individuals or groups can serve. Learn more at http://vision-house.org/volunteer/
Camp Unity Eastside (CUE)
Camp Unity Eastside is a transitional mobile encampment and self managed outside community. Camp Unity Eastside provides a safe and stable place for people experiencing homelessness, that supports resilience and fosters hope and connection so people may move toward safe and stable housing with the relationships, self-confidence and knowledge to be successful. More info at Camp Unity Eastside website or email the camp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Washington Information Network 211
2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember phone number for people to call for health and human service information and referrals and other assistance to meet their needs. See win211.org for more information.