2016 holiday meals campaign This fall, HOPE starts with a meal
Join now to help to provide the 232,050 meals served with care urgently needed to feed everyone depending on the Mission this Thanksgiving season—hungry men, women, and children like Harmony!
Here’s how much friends like you are helping this Thanksgiving
Discover how you can transform lives
“I tried treatment before. The Mission is the only place I felt safe and supported.”
Living out of her car, facing criminal charges, and having failed in other recovery attempts, Dana finally realized she needed a different kind of help. Thankfully, the Mission was here for her.
You’ll be inspired by Dana’s video testimony. Here’s proof of the good work you’ll make possible through your support of the 2016 Holiday Meals Campaign.
Transforming lives — TOGETHER!
Right now in King County, countless lives are depending on the Mission, and depending on YOU!
And TOGETHER, we have the opportunity to make an incredible impact and transform lives this holiday season. It starts with $1.98 meal served with care!
So will you join with your neighbors and other community members and give a gift to provide holiday meals and other care? And when you do, please be sure to tell us what compels you give so generously...
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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Double Your Impact
Did you know many employers will match your gift? That could mean helping twice as many people in need.
If you can't find your employer, check with your company's Human Resources Department about their corporate matching gift policy.
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In The News
"Becoming a programmer is definitely something that’s kept me on the right path,” shares Jeremy Wallace to GeekWire News.
"In one week, Jeremy Wallace will graduate from General Assembly's full-time, immersive web development course, armed with a set of skills to help him find a job. He’ll also celebrate 20 months of sobriety. Drug addiction led to periods of transience and homelessness for about a year and a half before Wallace decided it was time to turn things around."
"Graduation to me is a fresh start." Be inspired by stories of transformation from our graduates this month!
You'll hear remarkable stories of changed lives, from homelessness and addiction — to hope and a new life!