What does the Power of Possibility mean to you? Hear what it means to the women of Jubilee at our 20th annual fall fundraiser. Save the date to lunch with us and celebrate the women you have supported on the path from homelessness to possibilities to a fulfilling future. Be inspired and help fuel their …Read more
Jubilee volunteers are a valued part of the team, helping us extend our resources and bringing in specialized skill sets which are sincerely appreciated by staff and residents. We are currently seeking volunteers to fill some of our more unique needs:
–Skilled painters to help with various indoor paint projects
–Lawyer to do pro-bono child …
You can donate a car, truck, RV, boat, motorcycle or other vehicle and support women at Jubilee! To donate, contact our vehicle donation partner, Charitable Auto Resources (CARS), at 855.500.RIDE (7433) or jwcenter.org/get-involved/donate/vehicles. A CARS rep will schedule a pickup and send Jubilee a check for your donation within five days of your vehicle’s …Read more
Jubilee’s holistic program wouldn’t be what it is without our care managers. The on-site staff meet regularly with residents, and some alumnae, to help them overcome barriers, build resiliency, and maintain long-term stability. Care managers are the “guides from the side” who help each woman make a plan and stay on track toward a fulfilling …Read more
I’m sure it comes as no surprise that this year’s one-night tally of people experiencing homelessness in King County is up from 2016. According to All Home, the greater Seattle area’s lead agency on homelessness, a total of 11,643 people were experiencing homelessness on January 27.
Of those counted, 53% of people were in transitional housing …Read more