Welcome to the Project on Family Homelessness’ portfolio site! 

At the Project on Family Homelessness, we worked with advocacy partners across the region to help tell the stories of families who are homeless, and connect those stories to meaningful action. Take a look at some of our most recent projects — we hope you’ll find some fresh ideas for how you can work to make homelessness among families rare, brief, and one time only.

Our project concluded Aug. 31, 2020, after more than 10 years of funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Visit us at our Seattle University archive site

Recent Projects

Be A Housing Voter – Our Voter Education Work in 2019

Voter engagement activities, starting with the Housing Voter Forum, July 2019… Continue reading Be A Housing Voter – Our Voter Education Work in 2019

“Stories About Home” with Seattle Times June 6

Eleven more fantastic storytellers told their personal stories about homelessness at “Stories About Home,“ Thursday, June 6, 2019 at Seattle University, a partnership with The Seattle Times Project Homeless and The Seattle Public Library.

Eviction Reform Fact Sheets

Tools for eviction reform advocacy with legislators in 2019… Continue reading Eviction Reform Fact Sheets

Schoolhouse Washington Infographics 2018

Illustrations of the three key findings from a Fall 2018 report.… Continue reading Schoolhouse Washington Infographics 2018

Doorway Project’s Pop-Up Café – Fall Quarter 2018

View our team’s work for the Doorway Projects 5th pop- up event (Oct. 18, 2018). … Continue reading Doorway Project’s Pop-Up Café – Fall Quarter 2018

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