Volunteers will provide the pantry at Jacob's Well site in Shoreline

Saturday, April 27, 2013


The new Vision House Jacob’s Well complex for local homeless single moms and their children, will see cabinets installed by Belmont Cabinets’ Volunteer Team on Saturday, April 27th from 7:00am – 4:00pm.

Bellmont Cabinet Company is a 25 year old family-owned Washington state cabinet manufacturer whose vision is to grow their company while maintaining a strong core of social responsibility. Beyond building cabinets, they build lives through the values they practice daily – tried and true principles that last. The single moms and children eagerly awaiting their safe warm homes will be able to get their feet back on the ground soon, thanks to the generosity of Bellmont Cabinet Company and its host of volunteers.

Jacob’s Well is located at 19630 20th Ave NE in Shoreline. When complete, the facility will have 12 apartments for homeless families, an after-school care program, crisis counseling offices and a community center. A second phase will be built in the future - adding 8 apartments, a licensed child care center and a food and clothing bank to support resident families.

Vision House is a non-profit agency providing transitional housing, child care and support services to homeless mothers and their children, and separately to men recovering from drug or alcohol addiction. Vision House owns and operates four housing facilities and a child care center in south King County. The new Vision House Jacob’s Well complex in Shoreline is being built debt-free, thanks to local businesses, churches, foundations and community groups that are rallying with funding, in-kind donations and thousands of volunteer hours. For more information about Vision House or Jacob’s Well, visit the website or call 425.228.6356.
On behalf of the families who will soon call Jacob's Well home - thank you for your support of Vision House.


1 comments:

Anonymous,  April 27, 2013 at 6:51 AM  

12 apartments for homeless families? Bit of an oxymoron. Why has 'poor' become such a dirty word?

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