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Views from a Volunteer: It Takes a Village

By Peju Ogunyemi, Jubilee Volunteer

I’m not sure what I want my second foray into writing for Jubilee to be about. I suppose I should let you know what keeps me here and what makes me want to expand my contribution into other avenues at Jubilee. It seems a little trite or cliché to say …

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Fall Luncheon & Fundraiser 2018

Save the date for this milestone celebration, and please consider stepping forward during this extra special year as a table host at the event. The role of a table captain is simple and requires no extra financial commitment from you—just invite 10 friends, colleagues, family members, etc. to join you in supporting Jubilee on …

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Views from a Volunteer

By Peju Ogunyemi, Jubilee Volunteer

What is it to volunteer? What motivates us? Is it credit for a school requirement? Is it to help our fellow (wo)man? To gain life or job skills? To kill time? Whatever your motivation, volunteering is a way to help an organization fill needs they otherwise couldn’t meet.

I am about …

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A Jubilee Resident Shares Her Gratitude

By Cherryl (Jubilee Resident)

I don’t know where to start, so being me I will just take the direct express route. When I arrived at Jubilee Women’s Center, I was a basket case. I spent the first few weeks curled up on my bed in the fetal position when I wasn’t staring blankly at the …

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Jubilee Residents Interviewed by KING5 News

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/281-8160709

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