Community Resource Exchange

Coronavirus Response

Given the current situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, it is with great sadness that we have made the difficult decision to cancel this event for 2020. Thank you to this year’s event sponsors for pivoting those event dollars to help people struggling with homelessness. The event will be back in Spring 2021.

Spring 2021

The Community Resource Exchange Provides Free Services for People Experiencing Homelessness

“I’m not a homeless woman. I’m a woman who happens to be experiencing homelessness right now.”

–2019 Community Resource Exchange guest
  • Haircuts
  • Hot meals
  • Job opportunities
  • Shoes
  • Housing resources
  • Health services
  • Child care available
  • Education and legal services
  • Hygiene care packages
  • Veteran resources
  • Tax preparation
  • Indigenous-specific resources
  • Census 2020 information
  • And more!

If you have questions about this event, please email us at

Family Resource Exchange

Thanks to a generous partnership with Starbucks Foundation, we’re bringing Family Resource Exchange events into the community to meet families where they’re at and provide resources they need throughout the year.

Have questions about an upcoming Resource Exchange? Please email

2019 Community Resource Exchange Impact


Guests Received Services


People Connected to Housing Resources


People Connected to Job Resources

Not to mention the hundreds of haircuts and foot washes, and thousands of shoes and socks that were given out.

Read more about some of the connections that were made at the event on our blog.

KOMO News Coverage of the
2019 Community Resource Exchange

400 volunteers helped 1,600 people experiencing homelessness for the 2019 Community Resource Exchange. THANK YOU to…

Posted by United Way of King County on Thursday, March 14, 2019
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Want to support the Community Resource Exchange?

Thanks to our generous 2020 sponsors: