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No child should be homeless. Thanks to caring and generous people like you, children are able to live at Vision House with their families and are discovering security, safety… and joy.

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Joanne Spent Thanksgiving in a Shelter

Joanne’s husband was abusive, but she convinced herself it wasn’t that bad— even that it was normal. Then, Joanne got pregnant and had a baby girl named Rylie. Learn more >

Facing A Crisis

The need is massive throughout King County. That’s why the work we’re doing together is critical . . . and it’s working. Read more >

Be Awesome. Feel Awesome.

There’s no greater way to transform your life than giving it for the sake of others. No matter how you’d like to serve, we’ve got a place for you. Read more >

182 previously homeless individuals received housing and supportive services last year
35,000 nights of safety for homeless children and their families
379 hours of family attachment counseling in 2018 to strengthen the bonds between children and their parents
96% of families successfully transitioned to permanent housing in 2018
"When my son came here he was barely crawling and very withdrawn and now he is walking and running. He is climbing everything and blows me kisses. He has really thrived in the security of Vision House." — Vision House Resident

From the Blog

No Homeless Kids Benefit Breakfast

Thank you to everyone who came to the No Homeless Kids Benefit Breakfast on October 22nd.  The room was full of generous donors who helped raise $300,000 for families experiencing homelessness. That’s 5000 nights of safety for families. Thank you to everyone who helped plan the event, attended the event, volunteered their time, provided a monetary…

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Joanne Spent Thanksgiving in a Shelter

Joanne’s husband was abusive, but she convinced herself it wasn’t that bad— even that it was normal. Then, Joanne got pregnant and had a baby girl named Rylie. After that the abuse became terrifying. Screaming, hitting, and yelling. She never knew when she would have to shield little Rylie from one of his outbursts. What…

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Bless a Family by Adopting a Room!

Does this look like a mess to you? Actually, this is progress! Drywall is going up on Shoreline Jacob’s Well Building B which means we are getting closer to finished apartments that will house 10 more families struggling out of homelessness. As the weather turns cooler, our entry team continues to receive a record high…

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