Finding Her Voice

Tessa arrived at Jubilee in April 2017, worn down by years of depression that cost her job, several months in an emergency shelter, and a new diagnosis of bipolar disorder. She had begun the challenging work of putting her life back together as a transgender woman, but she was still grappling with mental health issues …

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35 Years of Rebuilding Women’s Lives

Seattle in the early 1980s was in the midst of a housing crisis (sound familiar?). Federal cuts to subsidized housing, the deinstitutionalization of mental health, and downtown revitalization overwhelmed the city with “displaced” people.

At the time, three Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace were working in a local shelter. After watching women move in and …

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Join Us for Bids, Bites & Blooms March 2!

When: Friday, March 2, 2018, 7-10 p.m.

Where: AXIS Pioneer Square
Complimentary valet parking provided.

Tickets: Brown Paper Tickets

This year we celebrate 35 years of supporting Jubilee women as they rebuild their lives. Join us for a unique night out at the AXIS Pioneer Square to benefit these extraordinary women.

Enjoy local wine and beer …

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Arts & Crafts Market to Benefit Jubilee

The Jubilee Associate Board is hosting an arts and crafts market to benefit Jubilee! Stop by with family and friends, and enjoy light libations while you shop. The market features works by local artists, including paintings, graphic prints, stationary sets, embroidered decor, jewelry, ceramics, and more.

When:    Sunday, February 11, 2018, 2-6 p.m.
Where:  Generations, 507 East Mercer …

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Formerly homeless women at Jubilee Women’s Center give back with gifts to others experiencing homelessness

During the holiday season especially, individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty are typically highlighted as those needing support. Here we shine a light on a group of formerly homeless and low-income women who are giving support.

Inspired by a letter from a resident in the Jubilee Women’s Center program, executive director Cheryl Sesnon this year …

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