We know that housing is the solution to homelessness. We also know that you can’t move into housing—or maintain it—without an income. That’s why we invest in connecting people who are homeless and able to work with employers who can put them to work.
We’re working with the Millionair Club Charity, the City of Seattle, Downtown Seattle Association and other nonprofit partners to reach people who are not working and are on the streets. We’ve purchased a 16-passenger van for concentrated outreach in the downtown area, SODO and Capitol Hill—and are providing lockers so workers can store their belongings while on the job.
A big thank you to United Way of King County and the Millionair Club for the work they’re doing to combat our city’s homeless crisis. And you can help …
Posted by Brandi Kruse on Thursday, March 24, 2016
While no one strategy will get us to this number, Jobs Connect will play a large role in connecting people to jobs and helping them get back on their feet. See what The Seattle Times, Crosscut, and KOMO4 News are saying about the program.
Ways your support could be acknowledged: – Potential mention in neighborhood newspapers and blogs – Potential mention in social media (e.g. Facebook posts and Tweets).
For more information on this or any sponsorship opportunity, please contact your Resource Development Officer or Carrie Bates at email@example.com or 206.461.5049
With support from these generous donors, we are helping people move off the streets.
City of Seattle, Human Services Department
Margaret Meister and Joan McBride
Becky and Mike Hughes
Brettler Family Foundation
Craig and Nicole Ueland
David and Deborah Grant
H.S. Wright, III and Kate Janeway
Elizabeth Tennant and Peter Maier
Anne and Darren Shakib
Mark and Heather Barbieri
Fred and Gretel Biel Charitable Trust
KPFF Special Projects Division
Muckleshoot Indian Tribe
Lucy and Herb Pruzan
Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund
ZGF Architects LLP