Help Out Impacted Communities

COVID-19 has had a major impact on the whole world. Some of us have been fortunate enough to have a roof over our heads and food on the table while others have not. We need to remember to be thankful for things that we take for granted and to give to those not as fortunate. Take this time to view the list of organizations whose purpose is to give back to the impacted communities of Washington. Not only do these organizations accept donations, but they also accept volunteers who are willing to help them achieve their goals.

Light House Mission

Lighthouse Mission Ministries (LMM) aims to be a consistent friend to people in homelessness. This is done through four distinct programs that come alongside people, wherever they are at, to offer hope, give dignity, serve, and support as they undertake the difficult work of leaving homelessness behind.

Donations go to: 

Homeless People in Washington

Mary's Place

The ramifications of COVID-19 will be felt by struggling families long after the virus has abated. Mary's Place needs help keeping their doors open, loving staff on the front lines, providing food on the table, and opening more space to keep families safe and healthy!

Donations go to: 

Impacted communities in the Seattle Region

Seattle's Union Gospel

Seattle's Union Gospel's Mission has always been to feed and care for those that are suffering and their purpose has stayed true since The Great Depression. They go out into the dark parts of Seattle to help those in need and stabilize the impacted community.

Donations go to: 

Homeless People in King County

Bellevue Lifespring

Bellevue Lifespring's mission is to foster stability and self-sufficiency for Bellevue’s children and their families through programs that provide food, clothing, education and emergency assistance.

Donations go to: 

Bellevue's Impacted Children

Northwest Harvest

Northwest Harvest's mission is to lead the fight for hungry people statewide to have access to nutritious food while respect their dignity and promote good health. Their vision is to end hunger in Washington.

Donations go to: 

Hunger Relief In Washington

Fare Start

FareStart offers organizations meals that are both high in nutrition and flavor. Every day FareStart produces hot, well-balanced meals for low-income people at 10 locations in the area, such as shelters, healthcare facilities, transitional housing programs and hospice centers.

Donations go to: 

Low Income Communities In Seattle Region

Atrium Kitchen

Atrium Kitchen provides community meals for home-bound seniors and people living homeless. These meals are free and offered to home bound seniors and people living homeless in downtown Seattle, Queen Anne, Capitol Hill, and Ballard. This segment of the population is experiencing isolation and food insecurity during the pandemic.

Donations go to: 

Nourished Neighborhoods in Seattle and Other Locations

The Sophia Way

Sophia Way's mission is to end homelessness for women by by providing shelter, social services, and permanent housing with support. Through continuing housing case management, Sophia Way focuses on each woman’s individual needs. They ensure that she has the autonomy, dignity, and choice to face her challenges when she is ready, and to define and shape her quality of life.

Donations go to: 

Homeless Women In King County

Food Lifeline

Food Lifeline has never been more committed to their mission of feeding people experiencing hunger today while working to solve hunger for the future. They are singularly focused on responding to COVID-19, and they invite anyone who would like to help support their efforts to meet the needs of their neighbors.

Donations go to: 

Hunger Relief in Washington

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