Help SAVE A LIFE this Winter in King County for just $2.21
Biting winter weather threatens lives in King County!
“There's got to be more to life than this.” – Mike
Mike panicked ... a local gang had put a price on his head. And he knew if he stayed on the cold streets, if he even took a moment to rest his weary head - he may not ever wake up.
Don’t miss Mike’s touching story of faith and redemption. You’ll be inspired to see how God is using you to give light in the darkness of winter’s chill.
Your gift delivers critical essentials for winter survival!
Winters in King County can be deadly for homeless men, women, and children.
But for $2.21, you can help save a life by delivering items like:
To help restore lives completely, each individual is invited to come back to the Mission to receive prayer, loving care, and more life changing resources
Blanket your homeless neighbors with love!
TOGETHER, we have the opportunity to blanket our homeless neighbors with love by delivering critical essentials for survival...
And right now you also have the opportunity to share an encouraging word!
When you give, you’ll also be given a chance to write a hope-filled note for a person who is homeless that your gift is helping to save and support!
So please give now. And be sure to include your note to be delivered to an individual who needs it the most.
Be a part of our legacy of hope
Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission provides emergency care and long-term recovery service to homeless and at risk people in King County.
Your gift will go directly to hungry and hurting men, women, and children in our community.
Together, we can help everyone who comes to us in need. Find out what YOU can do.
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