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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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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Jubilee Women’s Center is a transitional housing facility for women in need. It has been meticulously, meditatively developed from decade to decade to provide comprehensive care to its clients: job training to money management classes, desperately-needed relaxation at a movie or ballgame to structured community living. It has been a quiet force in Seattle since…

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As a Professional Organizer, I’ve often brought women’s business and designer attire to Dress for Success Seattle on behalf of clients. BUT I thought Dress for Success’s Seattle branch closed in 2016. I have seldom been more agreeably surprised when I learned, through Real Change‘s Emerald City Resource Guide, that Dress for Success is OPEN.…

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