The purpose of the Seattle University Project on Family Homelessness is to help tell the stories of families who are homeless, and connect those stories to meaningful action. Most people know us because of the Journalism Fellowships on Family Homelessness, which was our first initiative in 2010.
We’ve been up to a lot since then.
Our biggest projects these days are:
- Data storytelling with partner organizations, such as this infographic on homelessness in King County for All Home, and this visualization of student homelessness in Washington state for Columbia Legal Services
- StoryCorps “Finding Our Way” project
- The Moth “Home: Lost and Found” project
- Supporting the work of our sister project, Film & Family Homelessness
We hope you’ll find some fresh ideas for how you can work with us to make homelessness among families rare, brief and not repeated.
Thank you for visiting us.