Our vision is a healthy, vibrant community, for all who live there. One in which people want to live and be engaged with one another and feel they are a part of the community.
Our mission is to build relationships with people experiencing poverty in North Snohomish County while meeting basic human needs through charitable outreach. Connecting and navigating people to other resources in our community.
We hold firm our vision and mission. We are flexible in our programming based on the needs of the community.
Laundry outreach, our core program, is designed to build relationships with those we serve over time through regular attendance. We do not ask for proof of poverty, homelessness, or financial need. We ask that all guests sign an expectation sheet, sign in each week they attend, wear a name tag, and be respectful. One benefit for those experiencing homelessness is our ability to verify homelessness that may help qualify them for a housing program.
Founded North Snohomish County Outreach in October 2017 using her business background and administrative skills with her desire to serve her community. Meeting people where they are at and inviting the community to join the mission of building relationships with people experiencing poverty in north Snohomish County while bridging the gaps of basic needs. She is a member of the Class of 2020 Leadership Snohomish County and the Partnership to End Homelessness Communications Engagement Committee.
Police Officer 22 years, currently with the City of Arlington. Working as the Community Outreach Officer for the City of Arlington, with the Snohomish County Office of Neighborhoods Outreach Program. Engaging with the homeless with substance addiction, the mentally ill, homeless and displaced families and victims of Domestic Violence. Working with the local area community resources and resources in Snohomish County to reduce the impact of homelessness and drug addiction.
Employed with the Stanwood-Camano School District as the Special Services Director. As such, he is responsible for oversight of approximately $10 million in state and federal funds and maintains several cyclical grants. Believes in the mission of North Snohomish County Outreach and wants to see an end to the current homeless crisis in our region.
Office Manager, coordinating staff, patients, insurance agencies and other professionals. This experience is easily transferred to working at each of our laundry outreach locations. Previous catering business owner bringing experience to manage the food program. Involved since inception of organization in October 2017 and since church outreach started in November 2016.
Working with the Tulalip and Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor. Twenty plus years working with individuals with substance use and mental health disorders. Rehabilitating and empowering participants to make informed, mutually agreed upon vocational choices to prepare and engage in gainful employment.
A qualified board director will have expertise in one or more of the following areas:
Well-connected in the business community
Connected in the faith community (any/all faiths)
Lived experience of those we serve
Board directors are expected to attend the monthly evening board meeting, serve on a committee and use their expertise to further the organization’s mission. All board members have a fundraising responsibility and are encouraged to leverage their personal network; training will be provided in this area as needed.
The overall time commitment is between 5-10 hours per month.
Interested in joining our board? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org