NW Regional Conference at Seabeck, WA

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We offer scholarships to many young people and others with financial need from all over the US.  In addition, many of our scholarship recipients need help with transportation to the conference. Your tax-deductible contribution to FOR will help future generations learn of the transforming power of nonviolence.  Please give what you can.


Homelessness

This workshop will focus on:

  1. building community between housed and unhoused people;
  2. doing positive things, on the level of helping people experiencing homelessness now;
  3. educating housed people about the origins of the housing crisis and why so many people have fallen into homelessness; and
  4. actions people can take to address the crisis of homelessness.

Jennifer Adams, advocate serving on several committees including an advisory committee to the City Council. Continued outreach to people experiencing homelessness living in tents, vehicles or sleeping OUTSIDE (formerly homeless).






Jean Darsie, advocate for people living in vehicles (considered “unsheltered” by HUD).  Jean volunteers with the Scofflaw Mitigation Project the purpose of which is to help vehicle residents in Seattle at risk of losing their vehicle home. Jean and Jennifer stand vigil with WHEEL Women in Black for people who have died unsheltered or by violence in Seattle and King County.

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