KentHOPE women's day center to get $5,000 from King County

At the presentation were, from left: King County Councilman Dave Upthegrove; Leslie Hamada, KentHOPE board, Community Outreach; Pat Gray, KentHOPE executive board chair; the Rev. Marvin Eckfeldt, who facilitated Upthegrove’s visit to the KentHOPE Women and Children’s Day Center. - Courtesy photo
  • Today at 11:00AM updated at 4:15PM

The KentHOPE Day Center for women and children will receive $5,000 from King County in 2015 for shelter services and capital investments.


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PSE customers can donate a fridge or freezer to fight hunger

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This holiday season, Puget Sound Energy is teaming up with Food Lifeline to fight hunger. And PSE's customers can help by getting rid of their old, inefficient refrigerators or freezers.

PCL donates $10,000 to state food banks

  • Nov 21, 2014 at 12:37PM

PCL's Seattle buildings and civil groups have donated $5,000 each to Northwest Harvest Food Bank and Food Lifeline to support those in need.

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