A fun fact about myself is that I've never met a stranger. Another interesting...
thing about me is my ability to empathize with anyone's struggles, having experienced eating from a waste can myself. I've learned that there's a little bit of bad in the best of us and a little bit of good in the worst of us. Thankful for the rain that falls on the just and the unjust, it's an opportunity for me to see God's face everywhere. My hope for the future is to reach a point where I can make a significant monetary contribution to someone facing a similar challenging road. You can assist me in getting there, firstly through prayer. Additionally, your direct contributions, without delays from my current case manager, can make a difference. A kind word now and then would also be appreciated, as it's a struggle when days pass without a smile. The uncertainty of where the next meal will come from adds to the challenge, especially when facing potential eviction and the risk of homelessness in seven days. I haven't forgotten waking up in a shelter with numerous bed bug bites on my face, the pillow stuck to my face. I recall being quarantined with 74 other men in a shelter wing, with warnings not to return if we left.
A one time gift will help Brian get their basic needs taken care of while building towards bigger goals.
Instill steady hope and resources into Brian as they meet with a counselor each month to advance their life.
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These are our neighbors
During this unprecented time, it's never been more important to help them find a safe, stable, supportive place to sleep at night.
We find that when we wrap a social home around someone, they gain the capacity to often find the physical home soon after.
You are invited to join one or many who seek to find a home this year.
Jeff Lilleyformer CEO, Seattle's Union Gospel Mission
Nicole S.now-housed Samaritan Member
Chris C.Samaritan Member
Laura L.now-housed Samaritan Member