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RSVP for our February Membership Meeting

Join us for our next General Membership Meeting on February 16th at 9am, on Zoom!

Apply for Homeless Worker Stipends

If you are a homeless service worker in Washington State, you may be eligible to receive two stipends of $2,000 each. 

You need to be approved for your 1st stipend no later than December 9, 2022 in order for a 2nd stipend to be approved within the program timeline. Do not delay applying. It’s easy!

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RSVP for our Provider Training on the Working Families Tax Credit

It can be hard to navigate public benefits that out unhoused neighbors are entitled to – this free training can help!

Join the Coalition and special guests from State Poverty Action Network to learn about the newly created Working Families Tax Credit (WFTC).

February 15th, 9am on Zoom.


*A December 2021 report from King County’s Department of Community and Human Services estimates that about 40,300 people experienced homelessness through the course of 2020. This number is an estimate based on several sources, and corresponds with the general understanding that three times as many people go through the crisis of homelessness as are counted during the point in time count. The Coalition on Homelessness coordinated the “One Night Count” of people without homes or shelter as a community assessment and organizing project from 1979 through January 2016. Download a pdf of our poster showing the most recent decade of data (January 2007 through January 2016) we gathered.