Epiphany Parish partners with several local organizations serving the homeless and families in crisis. You may direct a financial gift to any of these 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations through our parish online gift form.
Operation Nightwatch is an interdenominational Christian ministry that provides spiritual care for those living on the streets at night and compassionate relief and shelter placement for homeless men, women and children. They also provide low-cost housing and support services for seniors and the disabled. For more information, visit their website.
Teen Feed engages community support to meet the basic needs of homeless youth and help them build a future for themselves off the streets. Their programs include a nightly hot meal service, youth support coordination and street outreach, and healthcare access. For more information, visit their website.
WELLSPRING FAMILY SERVICES
Wellspring Family Services is a nonprofit, multi-service agency serving low-income and vulnerable individuals, children and families in Seattle and King County. Their mission is to build emotionally healthy, self-sufficient families and a nonviolent community in which they can thrive.
Their services are concentrated in four areas: mental health, family homelessness, early learning, and domestic violence intervention, with a focus on addressing root causes and underlying issues of family crises so that the people they serve are able to achieve positive, permanent change in their lives. For more information, visit their website.
EAST CHERRY YWCA
For more than 100 years, the YWCA has worked to move women and families out of crisis and empower them to achieve lasting independence. Our parish works closely with the local YWCA branch in Madrona almost “around the corner” on East Cherry St., which provides transitional housing for families, a food bank, and other services. For more information, visit their website.