Holiday Meals Campaign Hope starts with $1.92 this holiday season!

We’re launching our Holiday Meals Campaign. And this is your opportunity to make a lasting impact in King County.

This is our city. It’s our home. And it’s our mission to make sure everyone has the chance for hope this holiday season. It starts with a $1.92 meal.

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Find out how you're transforming lives

Geneva is giving thanks this holiday season ... for YOU!

Geneva spent too many holidays alone. On the run. Ready to give up. But when she came to the Mission and got a home cooked meal, she discovered God had a plan for her life.

Watch her story! This is the impact you can make through our Holiday Meals Campaign.

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Campaign update

This holiday season, HOPE starts with a meal!

Here's how many meals have been provided


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Why your neighbors gave:

Get Involved:

Do you have time to give? Here are a few ways to turn your hands-on efforts into changed lives.

In addition to food for our Thanksgiving meals throughout King County, we are also assembling food baskets for poor families and families transitioning out of homelessness. Here’s what’s needed most:

  • Turkeys, ham, bacon
  • Instant coffee and hot cocoa
  • Eggs
  • Butter/margarine
  • Cheese
  • Canned corn, green beans, carrots, refried beans
  • Canned fruit
  • Canned chili & stew
  • Pasta & pasta sauces
  • Soup

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For men and women on the streets, the simple gift of a blanket can make a life and death difference. As the weather gets rainier and colder, we want to make sure everyone who spends the night unsheltered has a warm blanket. No one should die just because they aren’t quite ready to come to the Mission yet.

You can buy the exact right kind of blanket at Amazon’s special page for us HERE.

When you participate in our Build A Food Box program, you’ll help feed a family of four — for a whole week! And it’s so easy. Learn More

Welcome Center Receptionist

Be the face of the Mission to individuals coming in off the street at the Men's Shelter Welcome Center! You'll meet with a variety of guests, providing information, directions to transportation and other resources, clothing, hygiene products, food, etc. This position is needed 24 hours a day for men, 6:00am – 8:00pm for women. We're looking for someone who is comfortable with a variety of people, some of whom may struggle with mental illness or the harshness of homeless life. Your encounter may be the first step for many to make a change for life! More…

Serve the meals you give

Come down and see how a meal really can be the start of a whole new life. We depend on volunteers to personally welcome in our desperate guests and make them feel cared about. Your compassion will help people sense God’s love for them, and can give people comfort and dignity in hard times. Your gift of time can change lives, including your own.

See more volunteering opportunities
  • Distribution Center — Kent
    Monday—Saturday 8:30am—4:30pm
    8226 South 208th Street, Kent, WA 98032
    (Entrance on the corner of 38th and S. Myrtle)


Catalyst 2015 Report Back

Catalyst Gala Report 2015

The Mission's 6th Annual Catalyst Gala dinner and auction was an evening to remember!

An exhuberant crowd generously responded to help our hurting and homeless neighbors, raising over $1.6 Million! 

It's not too late to join this community committed to the journey home. Watch the videos, relive the magic, and get others involved!

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118 Designs

118 Designs

Furniture made by 118 Designs

Young men in our Street Outreach program transform broken and discarded lumber into quality, urban inspired, one-of-a-kind furniture. 

You can order from our catalog today!

"With Jesus at our core, we endeavor to work through the damage of our own lives in order to be restored and transformed into something beautiful," shares Bobby Martin, Director of Street Outreach.

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Local News

Ending Homelessness

KIRO radio's Ron and Don ask, "Is the issue of homelessness solvable or at least manageable?"

"It is, but people have to be willing to help, Lilley said. Though people in Seattle tend to give money to homeless people directly, it might often be better to support a local organization that, in turn, will provide services and immediate needs," shares President Jeff Lilley.

"We should swing for the fences," Lilley said. "As long as there's one more person out on the streets suffering, we should try."

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