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Kenmore facility ready for clients to move in.
11 Units Per 1,000 Families Over 50 Years

There is an undeniable need for affordable housing in a community with high housing costs.

Hopelink’s housing programs provide stability and shelter to families in crisis, allowing them the time to focus on the steps needed to ensure a stable future. Clients who stay in Hopelink’s shelters gain access to Hopelink’s programs under the guidance of a case manager. The programs offered help equip clients with the tools they will need to find permanent housing, and to exit poverty on a permanent basis.

The Kenmore shelter is the only shelter available for those who are homeless in north King County. The shelter required extensive renovations throughout to continue to offer a safe haven for homeless families.

The site has been renovated and now offers 11 safe homes for an estimated 1,000 families over its expected 50-year lifespan. The units include facilities for people with disabilities.

The renovations were completed in August, 2015.

For More Information Contact:
Kristina Kenck, Director of Development
(425) 883-4504
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Kenmore Place Renovations 2015 Increasing services from 9 units to 11 Providing shelter for 1,000 families over 50 years Hopelink helping people changing lives logo
Hopelink Receives Grant from Tulalip Tribes Charitable Contributions
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Hopelink has received a generous, $5,000 grant from the Tulalip Tribes Charitable Contributions.
Hopelink received $20,000 from The Stocker Foundation to fund our End Summer Hunger Campaign
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
We are deeply grateful for the support of the foundation for this essential program to make sure school-age children have enough food during the summer months.
The Harvest Foundation made a gift of $10,000 to support Hopelink’s Adult Education Program
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
We are deeply appreciative of this renewed support.
Hopelink is pleased to receive funding from Eastside Community Aid Thrift
Monday, March 23, 2015
Hopelink is pleased to announce it has once again received funding from Eastside Community Aid Thrift Shop to support its Kirkland/Northshore food bank.
The Snoqualmie Tribe Fund makes a generous donation of $5,000
Monday, March 09, 2015
The donation will go to support Hopelink’s Client Services.