Christmas Presents

Chapman Homes 10k Giveaway

We are excited to announce the Chapman Homes with Windermere 3rd annual giveaway WINNER! Watch the video to see who won. Plus, read more about our five non-profit partners below and consider donating this holiday season.

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Real Escape from the Sex Trade

REST House - North

Mission: We exist to provide pathways to freedom, safety, and hope for victims of sex trafficking and people involved in the sex trade.

How would you use the $10k?

Real Escape from the Sex Trade is planning to open a new REST House where six individuals exiting any form of human trafficking, can reside for up to two years.  Winning the $10K will allow us to purchase six beds, six sets of beddings, end tables, lamps so individuals have a warm, safe place to sleep.  In addition, we need to purchase a dining table, chairs, sofa, coffee table, etc.  At REST we believe that everyone deserves to be loved.  This holiday season, help us create a home that says, you are worthy of love, and you are loved.

Mentoring Urban Students and Teens (MUST)

Florida is a MUST

Mission: MUST is a near-peer mentoring program for Black males. College age mentors support their mentees throughout all 4 years of high school. Mentors also receive support from a coach. Youth begin to think…“He comes from the same place I do. If he can do it… so can I!”

How would you use the $10,000?

The MUST graduating Class of 2022, college mentors and high school mentees, will jet off to Florida to visit Disney World and HBCU campuses. Graduating MUST youth and mentors have worked hard and many are the first in their family to graduate from high school or college. This life-changing accomplishment deserves a once-in-a-lifetime reward! MUST in Florida will create fun experiences and memories. A graduation trip is a great incentive for our Seniors to persist through to the end of the school year and it will motivate the mentors and mentees still working toward their own future graduation.

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Weld Seattle

A Van for Those on the Margins

Mission: Weld Seattle's mission is to equip system-impacted individuals with housing, employment, and resources conducive to recovery and successful reintegration back into society.

What would you do with the $10,000?

Weld invites you to mobilize your vote this holiday season by helping system-impacted people get back to work! $10,000 will assist Weld in acquiring a van to transport individuals reentering from incarceration, homelessness, and active addiction to their new jobs. Lack of employment is cited as the #1 reason for homelessness in Seattle. Weld Works allows individuals to start earning a paycheck within 24-48 hours! Lack of accountable transportation is one of the top barriers they face. By offering a hand up to reliable, trusted transportation, you are healing families and our community by growing a stronger, more diverse Seattle workforce.

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Street Bean

Belltown Re-Opening

Mission: Street Bean's mission is to provide an opportunity for street-involved young people to discover and employ their gifts by serving coffee in our community.

What would you do with the $10,000?

Street Bean’s Belltown location will re-open its doors with your help in January 2022! To do this, we’ll need to make some major improvements, from training our apprentices on the production side of coffee to newly branded roasts and uniforms.

World Relief Seattle

Teaching Station for Refugee Entrepreneurship Academy  Commercial Kitchen

Mission: We envision every refugee and immigrant welcomed by community, rooted in community, and empowered for community.

What would you do with the $10,000?

Did you know that refugees & immigrants are more than twice as likely to start a business than native-born citizens?  World Relief Seattle is starting an Entrepreneurship Academy to help refugees & immigrants in Puget Sound learn how to start their own businesses. This money would go towards Teaching Stations inside a Commercial Kitchen, where refugees & immigrants can prepare foods for market, learn business skills, build small businesses, and connect our community. 

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