Project Cool is looking for a new home! This program of Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness provides backpacks, books, and school supplies to hundreds of unhoused students in our communities.
The program’s current storage space is inside a building that is being re-developed into affordable housing (woot!), and Project Cool hopes to find another faith-based organization that can provide the storage space required to keep this program going in time to move before the end of October.
The need: a storage space that is approximately 10′ x 12′ and available year-round for storage of supplies and books. Ideally, there will also be an area near the storage space where supplies can be displayed/distributed once a year around the end of July, but this is not required.
Interested faith communities are invited to contact Rachel Marr, Office Manager at Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness, at 206-204-8351 or Rachel@homelessinfo.org.
Photo via Seattle University’ Project on Family Homelessness