Volunteer drivers are needed for Senior Services’ Volunteer Transportation program. Using their own vehicles, volunteer drivers help older adults maintain their independence by taking them to necessary medical appointments. Clients appreciate their improved access to medical care, meaningful interactions with caring volunteers, and increased peace of mind. Unfortunately, the program does not have enough drivers… Continue reading →

A stuck accelerator propelled a local citizens vehicle through a teriyaki restaurant. Who would have thought this disaster would turn into a blessing for over 20 homeless in north Kirkland. Shortly after the accident (thankfully no one was injured) the restaurant owner contacted her friend saying they needed to give away food from their business because of… Continue reading →

This years Toy Shop will provide 2500 gifts for over 300 families in our community. To keep everything organized it takes a lot of love. These ladies spent a couple hours early this week sorting toys and getting them ready for the big day December 13th. Thank you for serving!

Last weeks cold spell did more then keep the heaters cranked up and people inside. For my good friend KellyAnn the bitter cold warmed her heart for those with no source of heat. People who spend their days in tents out on the streets. So KellyAnn partnered with her local church Northshore Community and put… Continue reading →

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Isaiah 58 volunteers prepare and serve a hot meal to the homeless and low-income men and women of Seattle once a month, but when the weather turns cold they also seek to carry out the Lord’s command to also clothe the needy. So every week or two during wintertime, Isaiah 58 members make the trip downtown… Continue reading →

Safe Families

When crisis strikes, we may rely on our own extended family and friends for support. But what happens when that safety net does not exist? Or, what happens if the problem involves drug addiction, incarceration, illness, or other trauma? Overburdened state run foster care can often only support children who have been identified as abused.… Continue reading →