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New Traditions – Real Change 21

New Traditions supports long term sobriety for the mother, healthier children and stronger families. Clients participate in its comprehensive programs while receiving the gender-based chemical dependency treatment and services they need.   The New Traditions gifts-in-kind wish list is the most varied I, in my role as Casual Uncluttering LLC stuff-hauler (I often bring donations…

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Charity Choice Monday – Jewish Family Service – Real Change 23

Jewish Family Service provides help to anyone, regardless of his/her religious background, although its earliest, deepest, resilient roots rise from the coordinated efforts of 70 Jewish women who founded the Ladies Hebrew Benevolent Society in 1892 out of concern for the many Jewish immigrants coming out West. Many other charitable agencies grew from the Society,…

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Charity Choice Monday – Asian Counseling and Referral Service – Real Change 19

Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) Hope and opportunity in over 40 languages and dialects. ACRS promotes social justice and the well-being and empowerment of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other underserved communities – including immigrants, refugees, and American-born – by developing, providing and advocating for innovative, effective and efficient community-based multilingual and multicultural…

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Charity Choice Monday – Congregations for the Homeless – Real Change 11

Created as an agency of the Eastside Interfaith Social Concerns Council – Jews, Muslims, Catholics and Protestants – the Bellevue Congregations for the Homeless (CFH) overnight men’s shelter first opened its doors in 1993. That original accomplishment has been magnified manifold to include case management, job placement counseling and subsidized housing assistance. A complementary range…

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Charity Choice Monday – The Bridge Care Center – Real Change 10

The Bridge Care Center, a Quest Church ministry, is another drop-in day center which understands that limiting its services to a particular neighborhood – Ballard – restores community. And it has broad support from an impressive number of partners, from other houses of worship to Top Pot Doughnuts.   The Center provides case management, a…

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Charity Choice Monday – Aurora Commons – Real Change 9

Aurora Commons isn’t a coffee house, except…” PEOPLE’S KITCHEN The People’s Kitchen project empowers and dignifies members of our community by providing adequate food supplies, a clean and sterile cooking environment, and access to a fully stocked kitchen, ensuring that all people at the Commons are able to prepare, cook, and share food with one…

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Charity Choice Monday – Angeline’s Day Center – Real Change 8

Angeline’s Day Center, 2030 Third Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121, is a drop-in facility for homeless women, run by an all-encompassing, venerated grande dame of Seattle charities, the YWCA of Seattle/King/Snohomish. Women in need can get a shower, a meal, connections to resources for housing and jobs and more. The first YWCA was founded in England…

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Charity Choice Monday – West Seattle Helpline – Real Change 7

West Seattle Helpline, like its Queen Anne twin, conscientiously limits its activities to a neighborhood patch it can nurture: West Seattle and White Center, zip codes 98106, 98116, 98126, 98136, and 98146. It offers the small, significant support of bus tickets, a clothing bank for all ages and all sorts of occasions from job interviews…

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