Family of 5 Builds New Home

A husband and wife emigrate to Seattle from Ethiopia, seeking a better life for themselves and their three sons. They’ve just arrived in the country. They don’t know many people here, but they do have an old friend to stay with as they start their new life. Eleven people under one roof. Twenty days in, it’s too much and they have to leave. A family of five with nowhere to live. Read Article

Maikol and Ronald’s Immigration Story

When Maikol and Ronald left their house in Honduras one morning in 2014, the brothers had no idea they would never return. Their mother told them she was taking them and their younger siblings on a “field trip.” That field trip disguised a desperate attempt to flee violence in Honduras that killed their father and nearly forced Ronald into a gang. Read Article

Countdown to #United4MLKDay

Volunteering on MLK Day is an important part of honoring Dr. Martin Luther King's legacy. Thousands of people are volunteering in their communities, supporting fantastic non-profits throughout Seattle and King County. There are only days before the annual MLK Day of Service. Still need a way to give back? Check out the following projects that are still looking for volunteers. Read Article