Helping Neighbors-in-Need Find Housing and Hope
Washington State experienced a decrease over the last year in the number of people without a safe place to call home. That’s good news, but Washington is still 32 percent above the national average for the number of people who remain homeless.*
Together, we can continue providing assistance and shelter to help our homeless neighbors.
Thanks to you, people in need can move into permanent housing and receive emergency assistance and essential needs.
*The State of Homelessness in America 2014 (National Alliance to End Homelessness)
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