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Portraits of Hope


What does hope look like? It looks like joy you see in the eyes of all the women who’ve escaped homelessness, addiction and abusive relationships through God's love and the support of the Mission.

This holiday season, we’re inviting all the women who’ve walked through our doors to join us for a day of celebration with professional stylists and photographers who will capture their Portraits of Hope for beautiful Christmas cards they can share with family and friends. Made possible with the help of Styled Seattle, Gene Juarez, and make-up artists.

Celebrating new life

“I'm thankful for the Mission for saving my life and reunifying my family.”

— Candice

“This definitely made me feel loved and just cared for in every single way.”

— Terrah

“This is a memorable thing I will hold with me forever. This place has truly changed me.”

— Jasmine

Top stylists with big hearts

"Over 100 women and children are getting brand new holiday outfits. It's really so much more about the women and children here and their stories. We're just honored and happy to be here." — Darcy Camden, Founder & Chief Stylist of Styled Seattle
"I'm so thrilled to work on this project with Seattle's Union Gospel Mission." — Maggie Miles, Lead Stylist of Styled Seattle

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Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for behind-the-scenes action, portrait reveals, and incredible stories of hope from women in our recovery program.

Special Thanks To:

The Thomas Collective
Darcy Camden & The Styled Seattle Team
Gene Juarez
Dorothy Huynh Photography
Emma Lee Photography
Villanelle Floral Company
Makeup Artists
Wardrobe Stylists
Mission Volunteer

Help the lost become found

Your gift today helps those who've lost their way find the love and support they need for a new life.