Rethinking Community Part 1

As we move through weeks and months of social distancing, it gives us time to reflect on what community means to us.
Rethinking Community, Part 2

As we move through these weeks and months of social distancing, it gives us space to reflect on what community means to us. The groups, spaces, and people that we collectively define as our communities have been dramatically impacted, forcing us to consider the notion of community – giving thought to what it means to us and how we experience it.

 

We also (virtually) connected with a few friends to find out what community means to them.

 

Please enjoy the second of our three-part video series about Community during the global pandemic.

Rethinking Community, Part 3

As we move through these weeks and months of social distancing, it gives us space to reflect on what community means to us. The groups, spaces, and people that we collectively define as our communities have been dramatically impacted, forcing us to consider the notion of community – giving thought to what it means to us and how we experience it.

 

We also (virtually) connected with a few friends to find out what community means to them.

 

Please enjoy the third of our three-part video series about Community during the global pandemic.

Partner Profile: Babies of Homelessness

Babies of Homelessness is a crisis response team. They mobilize the Seattle community to bring basic necessities to children experiencing homelessness-families living in cars, tent cities, encampments and/or shelters. Their goal is to remove the stigma homelessness carries by shedding light on the youngest and most vulnerable subjected to homelessness.

Partner Profile: Elizabeth Gregory Home

The Elizabeth Gregory Home (EGH) serves single homeless women in the greater Seattle area by providing transitional housing, a Day Center and case management services. Elizabeth Gregory Home provides a welcoming and respectful refuge where homeless and at-risk women have access to compassionate care.

Partner Profile: The Doorway Project

The Doorway Project is an initiative co-led by the University of Washington and YouthCare to address youth and young adult homelessness in the University District through continuous community-engaged collaboration with U District service providers.

 

Featured organizations include: YouthCare, Street Youth Ministries, and Accelerator YMCA

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