Photo by Kae Saeteurn
February 1, 2017, No comments

By Nancy Gardner The Voice editor On Jan. 20, while the nation’s capital turned to watch Donald Trump, the country’s 45th president, get sworn in, many Seattleites were readying themselves […]

January 3, 2017, No comments

By Seattle Housing Authority On Monday, Feb. 6, Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) will open a lottery for places on a new waitlist for the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program, formerly […]

Jack, age 6, helps plant new shrubs in the Cheasty Greenspace.
December 1, 2016, No comments

Rainer Vista’s 42-acre urban sanctuary gets a boost from local volunteers By Jeff Nachtigal Special to The Voice It would have been so easy for everyone to just stay home. […]

Long-time SHA Community Builder Joy Bryngelson shares a goodbye with one of Yesler's volunteers, Yun Son.
Yesler Terrace NewHolly High Point Rainier Vista
October 31, 2016, No comments

    She was the first Community Builder at Seattle Housing Authority, beginning at NewHolly in 1999 as a recent graduate student in social work, and over the next 17 […]

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September 30, 2016, No comments

By Seattle Center Seattle/King County Clinic returns to KeyArena at Seattle Center, Oct. 27 – 30, with an ambitious goal of providing over $3.5 million in free dental, vision and […]

About one in five students who attends Bailey Gatzert Elementary School is homeless or without stable housing. The Seattle Housing Authority will help launch a new program this fall aimed at providing shelter for these students and their families.
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September 1, 2016, No comments

By Kristin O’Donnell SHA resident Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) Board of Commissioners voted on Aug. 15 to move forward with the new Home from School (HFS) pilot project designed to […]

  • Photo by Kae Saeteurn
  • Jack, age 6, helps plant new shrubs in the Cheasty Greenspace.
  • Long-time SHA Community Builder Joy Bryngelson shares a goodbye with one of Yesler's volunteers, Yun Son.
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  • About one in five students who attends Bailey Gatzert Elementary School is homeless or without stable housing. The Seattle Housing Authority will help launch a new program this fall aimed at providing shelter for these students and their families.