The Partners Group employees prepped and served lunch at the Union Gospel Mission’s Hope Place Shelter as a part of the TPG holiday volunteering initiative. Hope Place is a one year residential recovery program for women and children caught in cycles of abuse and addiction. Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission is committed to serve, rescue and transform those who are hurting and homeless. We encourage community members to join us in support of the Hope Place Shelter and the Men’s Shelter throughout the year.
How you can support the Union Gospel Mission:
- Donate goods! Food, socks, blankets, toiletries. TPG Bellevue has 3 bins to fill with donations for Hope Place and the Men’s Clothing Drive.
- Volunteer! View and register for upcoming opportunities
- Donate financially! No matter how you give, your gift will make a difference
Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission started in 1932 as a soup kitchen serving those affected by the Great Depression. That same building is now the Men’s Shelter and is supplemented by innovative programs such as Hope Place and Search and Rescue. Today, the The Union Gospel Mission provides over one million meals a year to homeless people. They are dedicated to serve, rescue and transform those in need until they’ve solved the root causes of poverty and homelessness.