Southend Tiny House Village has 40 tiny houses that provide safe, secure...
shelter for families, couples, individuals, and people with pets experiencing homelessness in Rainier Beach and South Seattle. Villagers are provided a bed, sheets, towels, and hot meals daily. As we get to know villagers and their stories, extra needs come up! These are needs for individual villagers, and for bringing the community together. Villagers are going through all kinds of transitions: they're living inside again, living within a community, and preparing to be successful living in permanent housing. With your donations, you can play a part in uplifting our villagers!
A one time gift will help LIHI-SouthendVillage get their basic needs taken care of while building towards bigger goals.
Instill steady hope and resources into LIHI-SouthendVillage as they meet with a counselor each month to advance their life.
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These are our neighbors
During this unprecented time, it's never been more important to help them find a safe, stable, supportive place to sleep at night.
We find that when we wrap a social home around someone, they gain the capacity to often find the physical home soon after.
You are invited to join one or many who seek to find a home this year.
Jeff Lilleyformer CEO, Seattle's Union Gospel Mission
The number one question I'm asked, is " Jeff, how do I respond when asked for help on the street? Samaritan is an answer to that question.
Nicole S.now-housed Samaritan Member
This is the first time in seven years people have seen me for who I am, not what I look like or come from.
Raven R.Samaritan Member
I've been on the streets for 13 years. I've seen and heard everything. This probably has helped me more than anything else.
Laura L.now-housed Samaritan Member
Sometimes, you can feel really invisible and it can kind of feel al lot of times like there's no help out there. It was just nice to have people be like "Yea, we really want to help."