On June 15, KING5 reporter Natalie Swaby interviewed Jubilee residents Vonnie and Tessa to hear their thoughts on how the city should address the growing number of people in need of affordable housing without the head tax. Check out the video here: https://www.king5.com/video/news/local/whats-next-after-the-head-tax-repeal/281-8160709Read more
Sister Margaret O’Neill, a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace—the founders of Jubilee Women’s Center—died peacefully on June 8 in Bellevue, leaving behind a legacy of devotion to those experiencing poverty.
Sister Margaret and other Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace were among the first in Seattle to advocate …Read more
Daily challenges May 3-9 with creative options for giving. We need YOU to help us reach our goal of $35,000 to empower and inspire Jubilee women on their path out of poverty.
May 3: Ask a Friend – You never know who will give until you ask! Try a …Read more
Volunteers have made it possible to expand and develop Jubilee’s class offerings and heighten the level of classes that our Learning & Opportunity Center provides. Jubilee’s Education Team, Dani and Aura, are putting in the groundwork for expanding the employment skills classes we offer. They could not do it without volunteers.
Jubilee has volunteers facilitate …Read more
We had a blast AND we raised a lot of money! What a great combination! Our most sincere thanks to you and your friends, our in-kind supporters, and our generous sponsors for helping us raise a total of $74,239 to support the women of Jubilee on their path out of poverty. View and download …Read more