October 24th - Save the Date!
12th Annual Gala & Auction - Four Seasons Seattle
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 Thank You to our 2013 Auction Item Donors (click)
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Latest LIHI News and Events:


Nickelsville Residents Settle into New Home on LIHI Site

On September 1st, the Nickelsville homeless encampment was evicted from it's two year home on W. Marginal Way. Nickelsville, LIHI, Food Lifeline, the Church Council of Greater Seattle, and others came together to search for a new home. Unable to find a single site that could house all 100 residents, Nickelsville has split into three sites: one in Skyway, one at 22nd and Union, and one at LIHI's property at 2020 S. Jackson St., adjacent to LIHI's newly opened low-income senior housing Ernestine Anderson Place. The Missionary Tabernacle Baptist Church is providing services and hosting Nickelsville on our site.  The site is housing 35 people, including 15 children.

Donations of warm clothing, blankets, pillows, diapers, tents, and tarps can be dropped off at the reception desk at the site.  Tax-deductible donations to Nickelsville can be made through LIHI. Click HERE and designate your gift to Nickelsville.

Nickelsville will reside at 2020 S. Jackson for a year. The future plan for the property is for LIHI to construct 60 units of affordable workforce housing that will offer 15 studios, 20 one-bedroom, and 25 two-bedroom apartments. The ground floor will become the new home for LIHI's offices. The apartments will be rented at or below 60% of the King County Area Median Income (AMI). Households at 60% AMI earn approximately $36,000 - $52,000 (depending on household size).

Video: 2 Veterans helped by LIHI Housing

Video: Gossett Place, Homes for Veterans and Young Adults

King County homeless families await help as backlog grows: Emily Heffter Seattle Times article
In fight against homelessness, let's zero in on children: Danny Westneat Seattle Times editorial
Children have no place in a cold homeless camp: Danny Westneat Seattle Times editorial
LIHI to Dedicate New Senior Housing in Ballard in Honor of Cheryl Chow
Urban Rest Stop Featured Charity at UW: UW Staff and Students click and help out!
Ernestine Anderson Place article in Affordable Housing Finance: DJC Article
Ernestine Anderson Place Opening: DJC Article
Seattle Time Editorial about Urban Rest Stops: Season of Sharing
Ballard News Tribune Article about our Urban Rest Stops
Video Tour: The Bart Harvey senior housing
Seattle Times Article about Gossett Place Residents
Ballard Senior Housing Article in DJC
Seattle Channel video about homeless housing, featuring Sharon Lee and proposed Ballard Urban Rest Stop
LIHI 20th Anniversary Report to Community
Press Release: LIHI to Build Affordable Housing For Young Adults on Roosevelt Way
Housing Washington Newsletter