Lost and Found

Even when it’s impossible to see, hope can be found. To bring visibility to the plight of those who have lost so much, we have once again partnered with renowned photographer Lee Jeffries to present Lost & Found In Seattle.

His portraits humanize those affected by homelessness — and this year, they will only be visible in the elements, when the lost are at their most vulnerable.

Your donation helps us find the lost souls of Seattle, one person at a time. And assist them with essential services such as Search and Rescue, addiction recovery programs and life-skills and job training.

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This Christmas season, look into the face of homelessness throughout Seattle. If you’re caught in the rain, look for their images appearing in the most unexpected of places.

  • Location #1: Seattle Center, Fisher Pavilion (across from Seattle Children's Theatre)
  • Location #2: Westlake Center
  • Location #3: Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission, Men’s Shelter

“I was a lost soul

Over 12,000 people in King County are homeless. Hear the inspiring stories of those who found hope and a new life through Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission.

Help men and women find hope this Thanksgiving

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