Pathways to Housing

By Carol Rozumalski, MSW, MEd, Care Manager, Jubilee Women’s Center

Pathways to Housing was a class I wanted to develop as soon as I came to Jubilee. I had worked 15 years in subsidized housing and saw a need for people to improve their command over their housing search. Like the journeys of the Jubilee women, I …

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Reflections: Seeing Beyond Homelessness

By Cheryl Sesnon, Executive Director, Jubilee Women’s Center

Recently I had a conversation that significantly impacted me. One of our residents, Janet, was going through her third bout with cancer and chemotherapy. At one point during a difficult conversation, she shouted, “You don’t even know me!”

It was one of those moments that felt like a slap in the face …

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Annette’s Story

By Annette Smith, Jubilee Alumna, Student and Board Member

You never know when you’ll find yourself in a situation where you’re homeless, with nowhere to go. I never thought I’d be in that situation, so when it happened to me it was mindboggling. Sometime we’re full of shame about our stories and afraid to tell them, but it’s through revealing your …

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With Gratitude to our 2014-15 Grantors

They believed in our mission, our strategic plan, our impact and our stewardship…

It is with sincere gratitude that Jubilee acknowledges the foundations, corporations and organizations that awarded us grants during 2014 and 2015.

Grant support helped move 50 women out of extreme poverty into stability and self-sufficiency, and helped another 1300 low-income women access basics like free clothing, referrals to community services, a …

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raised beds filled with herbs and veggies

Volunteer Spotlight: Breanna

We asked volunteer Breanna Beike how she got involved with Jubilee Women’s Center and why it matters to her. This is what she shared:

I am a member of Les Dames d’Escoffier here in Seattle. I was informed of our community outreach programs via Les Dames. I was a transfer member from Chicago. I relocated here …

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