“We have people from all over the world in this little house.”
They hold hands, point the way to resources and do whatever is needed for patients and families.
The teen-sheltering nonprofit hopes to consolidate services and reach more young people in need.
Suddenly there was a dire need for people to gather, talk and cry, in a place where they felt safe.
First, a place to live. Then help with parenting, education, transportation and employment.
These local organizations help kids, families, seniors, students, service members and animals.
“We live in a world where mindless consumption is almost respected. To me it’s not a respectful thing.”
The mayor of Edmonds calls him a generous, thoughtful and “inspirational” philanthropist.
Over the past year, 4,762 local kids sported new clothing or shoes, thanks to Assistance League.
Bicyclists can find affordable, reliable transportation and repairs.
Dr. Sanford Wright, an arts patron, started the fundraising variety show in 2001, after 9/11.