Where will you sleep tonight?
For our unsheltered neighbors, cold temperatures are an inescapable part of the winter months. For some, it's unsurvivable.
But you can save lives with one gift.
Any donation supports warm shelter, a hot meal, a kind word, and fewer worries for the night. What can you give so someone has a chance against the bitter cold?
Who We Are
Volunteers of America Western Washington was established in 1898, two years after Maud and Ballington Booth founded the national organization in New York. We respond to more than 300,000 requests for assistance each year through a partnership of professional staff, and community supporters. Volunteers are instrumental in every aspect of our ministry of service and help us reach thousands more people than we could with staff alone.
We have continuously committed our resources to help our neighbors in Snohomish County and beyond. We acknowledge each and every person, no matter your citizenship, origin, color, or creed. Our mission is to serve those needing food, shelter, early childhood education, community resources, and so much more.
We have spent nearly 125 years answering the call for our most vulnerable neighbors.
Our work relies on volunteers who give of their time and skills to help children, families, seniors, and developmentally disabled individuals.
Donations at any level help us provide food, shelter, crisis support, and other critical services to our communities in Western Washington.