Don’t leave hope out in the cold this fall
The nights are getting longer. For our children, the biggest thing around the corner is Halloween. Often the temperatures here in Everett drop down near freezing by then.
We’re in a race against time to Feed Hope Here. This year’s campaign has the potential to make a life and death difference for neighbors who will otherwise have no food or shelter this winter.
We have to start now, because we’re the only shelter for men and the largest shelter for women in all of Snohomish County.
With all the people we are already caring for, Thanksgiving will be here in the blink of an eye. Then the Christmas season that starts the day after that, with all of the special things we do throughout the month of December.
Please watch your mailbox for ways to participate.
If you are not already on our snail-mailing list, you can sign up for our newsletter and more here.
You are welcome to take a sneak peak at our Feed Hope Here website. This is a great place to learn more about homelessness, read stories of changed lives, help spread the word on your social networks.
Just taking the time to read this blog shows how much you care. God bless you! And please keep praying for this ministry and the 1,188 neighbors who face homelessness as the cold weather approaches.