Making Homelessness a Brief and Rare Experience in our Community

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WHO ARE WE?

The Whidbey Homeless Coalition is a non-profit (501c3) started by neighbors including those who are or have experienced homelessness, local activists and advocates, community-based and faith-based organizations, and others committed to preventing and abating homelessness on Whidbey Island, while protecting each individual's civil rights and filling their immediate needs. 

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 Painting our new office

Painting our new office

CAN YOU HELP?

We can only do our work with your help. We need you.

Time

Please give of your time by mentoring a House of Hope guest, helping out on our Facilities Team, or volunteering a night at the Haven.

GIVE

Check out our "current needs" for the Haven and the House of Hope. We are actively seeking a mobile home for a family with children that we are serving.  Please contact our office at (360) 900-3077 if you have any information.  Thank you.

DONATE

Thank you for your generous support.   Any amount, small or large, helps us to serve more people and help them move out of homelessness to permanent housing. 

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Annie Campbell hands donation to WHC staff, Samantha

WHAT'S HAPPENING?

 A big heart-felt thank you to Annie Campbell and Annie Philp who hosted a bake sale together at Trinity Lutheran Church. These young ladies raised $205 together and donated the proceeds to Whidbey Homeless Coalition.  We appreciate your generous gift!

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We're excited to have hired our new Haven Shelter Manager, Krystal Hamlin! Krystal has experience in fair housing laws, non-profit leadership and customer service.  She is a welcome addition to the team. 

We're also excited to welcome  to our new Shelter Assistants, Xavier Reyes and Tangiler Howard! 

Congratulations to DeAnna Furman on her promotion to Assistant Manager.