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  • Portrait of a Homeless Family: Neighborhood House profiled on KUOW
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  • Neighborhood House receives $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
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The mission of Neighborhood House is to help diverse communities of people with limited resources attain their goals for self-sufficiency, financial independence, health and community building.

From our earliest beginnings serving Jewish immigrants in the 1900s to our work today with people from numerous countries and cultures, Neighborhood House has helped generations of families fulfill the promise of America — an education for their children, self-sufficiency for their families and a meaningful place in a caring community.

Click here to learn more about Neighborhood House.

Chocolate for a cause

Know someone who loves chocolate? What could be better than getting them gourmet chocolate that will also support vital services for the region's most vulnerable? 
Fran's Chocolate, one of the Northwest's premier chocolatiers, donates a percentage of all purchases of Fran's Dark Chocolate Sauce (Item #500200) to benefit Neighborhood House and our mission to help people with limited resources attain self-sufficiency.

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We are proud members of and supported by United Way of King County:

Neighborhood House is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization (Tax ID #91-0568305), incorporated in 1956 to help diverse communities of people with limited resources attain their goals for self-sufficiency, financial independence, health and community-building.

Kenyan family navigates through financial, housing and employment systems
Simon and Gladys pictured with their sons and daughter, from left, Leo, 19; Bill, 16; Clive, 12; and Racheal, 9

Back in their home country of Kenya, life was good for Simon and Gladys.  Both highly educated, they were able to support their four children ages 8 to 18, with Simon working in construction and Gladys being a teacher.
Suddenly in December 2013 they had to leave most of their possessions behind and move to the United States. With very little money, the family of six struggled to find a place to live. They stayed wherever they could, moving in and out of homeless shelters. This constant moving around made it hard for the couple to find jobs. 

After about a month in the U.S. they learned about Neighborhood House from a friend and life began steadily improving.

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