The Salvation Army King County 2020 Annual Report

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Mission Statement: The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

“ I didn’t think

there was hope for finding an affordable apartment, until I met The Salvation Army.”

Dion has

HOPE Dion felt like he had no options – he lost his job, his apartment, and his community. Soon, he was living on the streets. During a very cold weekend, he arrived at a shelter operated by The Salvation Army – a decision that helped get his life back on track. There he met a housing navigator who offered resources and referrals. With support and guidance throughout the following weeks, Dion was able to access housing options he didn’t know existed. And, The Salvation Army helped with the deposit and first month’s rent. Today, Dion is living independently and looking forward to going back to work.

Impact in King County in 2020 Day in and day out, The Salvation Army of King County is working hard to help neighbors become, and stay, housed. We focus on each person’s and family’s individualized barriers to address the root of their struggles. It is our mission to stand by their side at each phase in their journey.



Including longstanding partnerships with City of Seattle and King County.

Our food banks and food distribution events are open to all, no qualifications or registration required.

safe, warm beds provided each night at our homeless shelters

grocery boxes distributed



families received eviction prevention assistance Keeping families in their homes is the best way to avoid homelessness.


homeless households were moved into permanent housing Our caseworkers assist homeless neighbors with referrals and resources to help them move into safe and supportive permanent housing.

Lifetime Change Makers The Salvation Army salutes our most generous donors – the Lifetime Change Makers. These local donors have each contributed a minimum of $100,000 throughout their history of generosity. Their gifts enable The Salvation Army to have an extraordinary impact on the community.

Jan Anderson My late husband, Earl Anderson, and I have been supporters of The Salvation Army for many years. Every year we would send our check, which we really felt was an investment that would provide essential and ethical service to human beings around the globe. We were confident that, with our contribution and the help of so many others, victims of weather and other disasters would be immediately helped. Now, when I send my annual donation, I am still certain my gift will be used when and where it is needed. Thank you, Salvation Army, for your vision and expertise. I am privileged, as Earl would be, to continue our partnership. – Jan McPhee Anderson

AJAX Foundation American Construction Company Harold & Charlotte Anderson* Jan McPhee Anderson The Anderson Foundation Aven Foundation Bank of America George & June Bartell Bartell Drugs Brent & Julia Beabout The Biella Foundation Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Bobby’s Fund Foundation Boeing Company Frank & Maxine Bohn* Phillip & Julie Brous Alice E. Church Richard Clise Cooper-Levy Charitable Trust Crystal Springs Foundation Henry & Frances* Decker Phyllis Dickey Dominic Gospodor Fund Richard & Janet Eichler Nancy Eliason Christopher Elving Russ & JoAnn Evans Robert Eveleigh Marvin J. Flaherty Foss Family Foundation Fred Meyer Fund Michael & Lynn Garvey The Gehlen Family Foundation

Gertrude & Eldon Sallee Foundation Anne Gittinger L. Keith & Debra Gorder Stacey & Tammy Grund Guardian Security Systems, Inc. Jo Anne & Robert C. Hacker Burke & Mary Hales* Jon & Joan Hanna Robert & Carol Hayes Highlands Community Church David & Susan Holt Patricia Hurtgen Judith Jacobsen John C & Karyl Kay Hughes Foundation Joyce Johnston* Joshua Green Foundation Rebecca Julian Karen & Brian Kelly Donald & Janice Kline Jay & Linda Lapin Bonny Liljebeck Donald A. Lockwood The Lookout Foundation, Inc. M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Margery M. Jones Trust, Fred Sjoholm, Trustee Mattaini Family Foundation Betty Jo McCracken* Martha McLean Mahlon Moyers Leonard & Mae Nelson Patti & Gene Neuberger

Sally A. Nordstrom Oak Harbor Freight Lines, Inc. PEMCO Foundation, Inc. Warren & Eleanor Peterson Tom & Sally Peyree Providence Health & Services Puget Sound Energy William & Della Purdy Renton Rotary Foundation James & Lois Russo Ted & Laurie Schepper The Seattle Times Fund For The Needy Bill & Rebecca Smead Kiwanis Club of Snoqualmie Valley Ina Tateuchi Terra Associates, Inc. Beverley Thomas Bob & Karen Trenner Trident Seafoods Corporation Ueland Foundation Gary & Karla Waterman David & Romayne Watt Dennis & Bethanne Weibling Sally Anne West Robert L. Wiley Miriam Williams Kevin Wold Lonnie & Linda Yates *deceased For information about making a planned gift, please contact Leita Parris at 206-217-1281.

“ I asked for help, and received hope”

Lois has

HOPE Lois was fortunate to keep her job throughout the pandemic, although her hours were reduced, and her income decreased. She fell behind on her bills and had to make some tough decisions. She changed her budget and eliminated many “extras” including her virtual classes at the community college. But, when she received a “final disconnection” notice for her electricity bill, she knew she was in danger of losing her apartment. Thankfully, a friend told her about The Salvation Army emergency financial assistance program. She had never asked for help before and was relieved that she was treated with kindness and respect.

William Booth Society The Salvation Army was founded in 1865 when William Booth decided to take his ministry into the streets of London where it would reach the poor, the homeless, the hungry and the destitute. Today, his mission continues throughout the world. In King County, we are honored by the generous support of select donors who give substantial gifts annually – to support The Salvation Army and our life-changing work in the community. The Founder’s Circle ($100,000 and Above) Bartell Drugs The Biella Foundation Crystal Springs Foundation M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Project Beauty Share Anonymous (3) The Catherine Mumford Booth Circle ($50,000 - $99,999) Albertsons Companies Foundation The Anderson Foundation Coca Cola Company Richard & Janet Eichler John C & Karyl Kay Hughes Foundation Margery M. Jones Trust, Fred Sjoholm, Trustee Tom & Sally Peyree Safeway Bill & Rebecca Smead Kevin Wold Anonymous The Evangeline Booth Circle ($25,000 - $49,999) Hans Berkenhoff

Ron & Jane Cancro Cooper-Levy Charitable Trust Kevin & Debbie Donovan German United Church of Christ Highlands Community Church Mike & Judy Johnson Donald & Janice Kline Mattaini Family Foundation Tom McGrath Warren & Eleanor Petersen Romac Industries Inc. James & Lois Russo The Seeds of Hope Fund Gary & Karla Waterman Walter Weber Wilcox Farms Anonymous (5) The George Scott Railton Circle ($10,000 - $24,999) AJAX Foundation Margaret Alexander Jan McPhee Anderson Bobby’s Fund Foundation Apurva Chelian Lorin & Sandra Christean

City of Renton Richard Clise Sal Cohen William & Marilyn Conner John M. Davis J. K. Douglass Foss Family Foundation Steven Fuller Gertrude & Eldon Sallee Foundation Anne Gittinger Griffiths Foundation Guardian Security Systems, Inc Sandra Hamilton Jon & Joan Hanna Louise Holert Jesslyn Howgate Robert Huffman Wanda Kamahele Karen & Gary Schwartz Foundation Keith & Mary Kay McCaw Family Foundation Rosemary & Fred Langford Jay & Linda Lapin Albert Lesmeister Donald A. Lockwood Satish Madasu Marysville Toyota

Barry & Jill McCaffrey Clint & Lisa Mead Roderick & Charlotte Mesecar Microsoft Corporation Sandra Moss Eugene & Patricia Neuberger Sam & Carola Nichols Eric Noreen Vincent & Jacqui Orgovan Helen Owens Frederick Pascual Michael & Elana Russell James & Jackie Schack Ted & Laurie Schepper Sisters of Providence Michael R. Skahen Joanne Snapp South King County Food Coalition Sainsbury Strack TEW Foundation Terra Associates Inc. The Lookout Foundation, Inc. The Transportation Club UBER University Mechanical Contractors, Inc Jeffrey & Margi Van Duzer Ronald Walker

Washington Potato Commission David & Romayne Watt Dennis & Bethanne Weibling Wells Fargo Roger & Donna Wolthuis Jane Worthen Lonnie & Linda Yates Anonymous (12) Members Circle ($5,000 $9,999) 350 LLC All Souls Church of Seattle Adam Baker Donald & Maxine Barnard George & June Bartell Richard Becker Michael & Sandra Blakeeslee Christopher Bolves David Bortz & Carolyn Webb Oyvind Brandal Matthew Brown Ted & Lisa Buck Mr. & Mrs. Scott Burbage Commissioners Alicia & Kurt* Burger Richard Bushnell James & Doris Cassan Alan Chaffee Carolyn & Roy Chapel Sue Chin John Cochenour Roger & Kimberly Collins Greg & Barbee Conway James & Marilyn Cook Greg Deboodt David Deffinbaugh William & Karel Deibel Michael & Patricia Denton Edra Drake Dennis Driscoll Evangelical Chinese Church of Seattle Russ & JoAnn Evans Fairview Church of God Fales Foundation Trust Gary Frederickson Michael & Lynn Garvey Genesee Energy

Elgie Gibson Stacey & Tammy Grund Grund & Company Jo Anne & Robert Hacker Carl Haglund Ellery Hall Barbara Halvorson In honor of Julie Hamilton Scott Handley Steve Higgs & Alice Reed Glen & Ann Hiner John Hollinrake Marilyn Holstad Roy Hudgens Carla Jensen Kathy Johndrew Craig Johnson & Shawn Underwood James & Lynda Johnson Christopher Johnson Michael & Faith Kelley Gloria Kessler Henry & Stephanie Koster William & Katherine Kreager Lee & Eastes Tank Lines, Inc Janet Lewis Bonny Liljebeck Frederick M. Lunki John Mangun Mary Grimm Joy McNichols David Morgan Joseph & Marjorie Morton Larry & Judie Mounger Lee Fraser Mullin Betty Nes-Wabey New Beginnings Alec & Margo Newman David Nguyen Michael & Susan Nienaber Bruce & Jeannie Nordstrom Sally A. Nordstrom Northwest Fire Systems Cathy O’Neill Puget Sound Energy Puget Sound Energy Foundation Ronald Rech Daniel & Cecelia Regis Renton Community Foundation

Renton Rotary Caper, Inc. Charles & Janice Rohrmann Carolyn Roock Roger & Ellen Rystrom Charles & Alayne Salzer Fillmore Sankey Michael Schroeder Paul & Lori Scott Harry & Claradell Shedd Thomas Shives George & Laura Sisti Barbara Smith Kiwanis Club of Snoqualmie Valley Christopher Soelling & Gail Magnuson Spohn Family Giving Robert & Susan Talbott William & Jan Teal Charles Maxfield & Gloria F. Parrish Foundation The Charles See Foundation Patricia Thrall Keely Thrasher Charles Tillinghast Bob & Karen Trenner John & Diane Ulacia Uniplex Construction LLC US Bank Audrey Van Kinsberger Andy Robinson & Yvonne Kinoshita Ward Kathryn Wharry John Whitaker Robert L. Wiley Stephen Winslow John Yi Gerald & Mary Zyskowski Anonymous (18) *deceased

Gifts specific to King County and received 10/1/19 – 9/30/20 For information about joining the Society, please contact Dawn Bonker at 206-217-1268.

Alice & Steve Higgs The importance of being engaged in the community has been a part of our family tradition since I can remember. When we chose to retire in Alice’s hometown of Seattle, we knew homelessness, drug abuse and despair were on the rise. We chose to become active supporters of The Salvation Army to try and make a difference. Through serving on the King County Advisory Board, it has given me (Steve) the opportunity to learn more as well as offer my expertise. We are grateful for the ways we can contribute to make a meaningful impact on King County and beyond through supporting The Salvation Army. – Steve Higgs

Jasmin has


Jasmin recognized that she made some poor choices throughout her late teen years. Last year, on her 20th birthday, she made the decision to set and achieve goals in the New Year. With her birthday in December, she decided that turning 20, and the New Year of 2020, was a sign to make some positive decisions for herself and her daughter. First goals on the list were getting her GED and moving on from her job at a fast-food restaurant. When the pandemic hit, Jasmin’s plans came to a halt. She lost her job and income and found herself juggling schoolwork and caring for an active toddler. A visit to The Salvation Army food bank ended up connecting her with a caseworker. Jasmin’s caseworker helped her stay motivated on her GED studies and job search. She also received resources and referrals for childcare options, food programs, and help getting her Driver’s License. “Sometimes, the most important support we offer isn’t tangible,” reported Jasmin’s caseworker. “It’s the personal relationship, helping with organization and encouragement, and being there to listen.” Jasmin’s plans for 2020 were almost derailed by COVID, but with help from The Salvation Army, she is on track to achieve her goals.

“ I came for a box of food, but received so much more, including hope.”

Hope Brigade We are proud to recognize the members of our Hope Brigade, who have identified that they have included The Salvation Army in their estate plans. We honor the following individuals’ outstanding commitment to The Salvation Army now and in the future. Their generosity and vision will ensure that our life-changing work will continue for generations to come. LaVerne Adams-Hayter George & Ida Andersen David* & Sandra Babbitt John Backman Ina Balash Robert* & Nancy Becker Kevin Beder Jack* & Joanne Bergman Keith & Helen Berry* William* & Elisabeth Best Helen Bjornson Charlie Blackwolf Richard & Arnola Blomquist Frank & Mary Bloom Irving Bloom Frank & Maxine Bohn* Karen Boswell Phillip & Dorothy Bradbury Herbert* & Mary Breivik Frank* & Elizabeth Bret Carolyn Byron* Janice Cacek Ruth Carpenter* Naresh Chandra Carolyn & Roy Chapel Kenneth Chase Karen Chekenian Martha Church

Lyle & Mary Jo* Clark Thomas & Beth* Cooper Darrel Cowan Frank & Frankie Craig Fredrick & Evelyn Curcio Dorothy Davis* Henry & Frances* Decker Robert* & Elaine De Lappe Howard & Betty Donelson Barry & Marlita Doust Kevin & Beverly Duffy Jessie Dunn Margaret Dunn* H. Marie Elings James & Diana Estes Robert Eveleigh Todd Fast, Sr.* Charlotte Fleming* Thomas Fortson Arlene Geist Janet Gibbons Elmer & Betty Giles* Gillett Family Trust Huber* & Mary Grimm Carol Godding Lawrence Gore Ray* & Louise Gripman Gary & Katherine Gudyka

Stephanie Gurnett Donald Hageman* Alice Hall Madge Hanson Donald & Berenice Hardy Mary Hawkins Robert & Coral Hayes* Robin & Barbara Hilde George & Alice Hindman* Donald Hoba* Edward & Liselotte Hoover Chris Hoyt James & Evelyn Hutton Duane & Joyce* Hyde Rose Inouye* Al Jaklin* Daniel & Barbara Jessup* Kathy Johndrew Joyce Johnston* Carl* & Sara Jones Edward* & Sarah Kakaley Richard Kirts Laurence* & Frances Kissler Joan Knebel Jack & Ella Link* Jeff & Wendy Linstad Thomas & Anita Lookabaugh George Ludlow

Jon & Chris Martin Krist & Jeanine Martinsen Huber* & Mary Grimm James Mattson Tom & Sydnia McCollum Dean* & Irene McCoy Betty Jo McCracken* Lanny McGrew Martha McLean Bonita Medley* Deanna Michaels Robert Michalak Richard & Luba Mikita Mark & Debra Miller Keith & Beverly Minkler Annika Mito M. Constance Mohler* Joseph & Marjorie Morton Colleen Muir Milton & Clara Mukai James* & Patricia Mullens Roy Murdock Virginia Murray Leonard & Mae* Nelson Kim Nguyen Ken & Georgiana Nielsen* Margaret O’Brien* Sheri Odekirk

Thomas & Nancy Ogard Donna Oneill J. Donald Osborne Leo & Sharon Pakkala Rubye Lew Huey Pang* Ian & Iris Patterson Dick & Marie Peters Derauld* & Gretchen Peterson Phil & Arlene Pielemeier John* & Mary Porel Percy* & Ruth Porter Alan & Helen Pratt William* & Eileen Pratt William & Delia Purdy Charles & Marie Rees Ray & Mary Richards* Edna Ritze* Paul Ross Rebecca Russell Nadene Sammann Maye Sawyer* Charles* & Betty Schmoll Richard & Irene Shell

Louise Smith* Suzanne Snyder Wayne* & Doris Soltau Morrine Staman* Clair Stein Richard & Margaret Stetler Lee & Sue Stiles Charles Stotts Connie Suagee* Frank* & Virginia Suttell Diana Swain Edwin & Sharon Sweo Dorothea Teeter Beverley Thomas Charles* & Amy Thorleifson Gladys Thornton* Elaine Thorson* John & Jackie Tollett* Phillip Trautman* Katherine Treadwell Alice Twelker Mary & Henry* Uitdeflesch Ronald & Ann Van Heusden

Charles & Elisabetta Vanous* R. W. Vikesland* Guy Waller, Jr. Gerald & Agnes Ward Carole Warner Alan & M. Winnifred Wenzel Gerald & Elaine West* Paul West* Ada Wheeler J.D. Whiteaker Robert & Mary Ann* Wiley William Wingate Donna Wolter Dean & Mary Worthington* Phyllis Yorks Paul Zettersten Anonymous (22)


For information about joining this list, please contact Leita Parris at 206-217-1281.

Rev. Gwen Ehrenborg From its beginning, The Salvation Army has successfully cared for people both physically and spiritually as no other organization I know. The Army goes into areas in crisis, to establish centers of service in the most needed places throughout the world. They distribute food, clothing, supplies, provide shelter, rehabilitation, and much more. It is good to know that what is given monetarily goes directly to the needs of the local area where it is given. Due to the organizational structure of The Salvation Army, very little goes to overhead costs like salaries. What touches me most about supporting this philanthropic work is the love I see in its members. Those I have met love Christ Jesus and care for others wholeheartedly. – Rev. Gwen Ehrenborg, United Methodist Church Pastor, Retired

“The smiles of appreciation on the faces of those we’ve helped proof we have made a differenc is e.”

Volunteers Machinist Union District 751 is a long-time partner with The Salvation Army. For decades, Union Stewards, Officers, Staff and members have volunteered to improve the quality of life for others throughout the region. Every year, the Union supports local Salvation Army services to families and youth through

participation at back-to-school shopping events, and toy collections and distributions during the holidays. And, members’ generosity at the annual Red Kettle Luncheon helps fund important Salvation Army services year-round. Equally impactful, The Salvation Army has provided assistance to some Machinists Union members in a very personal and vital way.

- Machinist Union District 751

Corporate & Organizational Supporters In King County, we are honored by the generosity of the community supporters who give their time, talent, and financial contributions to support our events and programs. 350 LLC Albertsons Companies Amazon Bartell Drugs BluSky Restoration (formerly HARBRO) The Boeing Company Boeing Company Employee Individual Giving Program Brooks Running Caliber Home Loans Carney Badley Spellman P.S. Catalyst CentiMark CenturyLink/Lumen Charter Construction Chick-Fil-A The Church of Jesus Christ LatterDay Saints City of Renton Clise Properties, Inc. Coastal Transportation Inc. Coca Cola Company Cornerstone Construction NW Inc. Costco Cricket Wireless Crystal Springs Foundation Dels Truck Rentals Diversified Systems Group Inc Durflan, Inc. Entercom Radio Seattle F5 Networks Fred Meyer Frey Buck P.S. Genesee Energy

GreenRubino Greystar Real Estate Partners, LLC Grund & Company Guardian Fence Company Guardian Security Systems, Inc. Haggen Food & Pharmacy Hatfield & Dawson Consulting Engineers Henbart, LLC Hoffman Construction Company Holmes Electric Homewood Suites Hubbard Radio Seattle iHeart Radio International Association of Machinists District 751 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 46 International Freight Systems J & K Concrete, Inc J. Snell Consulting John Howie Restaurants John Mike Associates, LLC KING 5 TV - Tegna King County Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office Kinzer Partners KIRO 7 TV - Cox Broadcasting KMS Financial Services Kosmos Management, LLC Lee & Eastes Tank Lines Inc LMG, INC. (Les M. Goldberg) Luminex

Marysville Toyota Microsoft Miss Washington USA Miss Washington Scholarship Organization Mountlake Insurance Company The New International University Nordstrom Northwest Fire Systems Oak Harbor Freight Lines, Inc. Old Navy Osberg Construction Co Pacific Northwest Equipment, Inc. Papa Johns Pizza Papa Murphy’s Take ‘N Bake Pizza Papé Material Handling The Partners Group Plywood Supply, Inc. Praxis Solutions Project Beauty Share Providence Health & Services Puget Sound Business Journal Puget Sound Energy Puget Sound Energy Foundation Q13 Fox TV - Nexstar Media Group Quality Food Centers Rainier Welding Inc Ravsten Drywall Contracting, Inc. Red Mill Restaurants, Inc. Renton Housing Authority Romac Industries, Inc. Safeway Seattle 4 Rotary Seattle Fire Department

Seattle Mariners Seattle Pacific University Seattle Seahawks The Seattle Times The Seattle Times Fund For the Needy Sinclair Broadcasting Sisters of Providence Skillet Soltner Group Architects SSG Mineral Resources & Recycling Inc. Starbucks Coffee Company Summus Outdoor Tanner Electric Cooperative Tatley Grund Inc. Terra Associates Inc. The Transportation Club of Seattle U.S. Bank UBS Financial Services Inc. Union Bank Uniplex Construction LLC University Mechanical Contractors, Inc. USI Insurance Services LLC WaFd Bank Washington Potato Commission Washington Square Hotel Holdings, LLC Watson Asphalt Paving Company Weitzel Construction Inc. Wells Fargo Wilcox Farms Support received 10/1/19 – 9/30/20 For information about corporate support opportunities, please contact Lisa Borders at 206-217-1267.

The Salvation Army King County Advisory Board The King County Advisory Board stands in service to the mission of The Salvation Army and is an essential component of our operations, serving as a liaison between The Salvation Army and the community through advocacy, access, and fundraising. The Advisory Board is responsible for providing counsel on matters regarding budgets, fundraising, program effectiveness, property maintenance, and related matters. Officers Mike Poth, Chair KIRO-TV, Retired Members Ted Buck Frey Buck, P.S. Tom Buck Mountlake Insurance Company Aaron Cahoon USI Insurance Services John Carlson Sinclair Broadcasting Michael Carter Skillet Steve Clark Genesee Heating Aimee Coombs The New International University Adrian Diaz Seattle Police Department John Diaz King County Dept of Adult & Juvenile Detention Dan Edds Praxis Solutions

Joe Gong Caliber Home Loans Mark Gropper Renton Housing Authority Stacey Grund Tatley-Grund, Inc. Jill Hashimoto Charter Construction Steve Higgs Carex Health Care, Retired Debbie Jacobsen Community Volunteer Lynn Johnson The Boeing Company, Retired David Kennedy Wells Fargo David Kraft Kosmos Management, LLC Paula Lamas Sinclair Broadcasting Arthur K. ‘Art’ Langlie Holmes Electric John Mike John Mike Associates, LLC Jennifer Mount Durflan, Inc.

Scott Phillips Retired Cheryl Pleas Community Volunteer Frank Podany Summus Outdoor Matt Rodrigues Luminex Corporation Joe Schuster Union Bank Timothy J. Searing Retired Colin Simon UBS Financial Jeff Snell J. Snell Consulting Lee Stiles Retired Violetta Stringer King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office Joleen Zanuzoski GreenRubino Members Emeriti George Bartell Henbart, LLC

Eugene J. Dale Eugene J. Dale PS, Inc, Retired Robert Edgers The Boeing Company, Retired Jo Anne Hacker The Hacker Group, Retired Judi Jacobsen Madison Park Greetings William Massengill Applied Professional Services, Inc, Retired J. Herbert McAbee McAbee Construction Co, Inc, Retired Life Members Donald C. Wilson US West Communications, Retired Ex-Officio Members Deven Hamilton University of Washington Bill Hayden CenturyLink, Retired Sharon Mast King County Public Schools, Retired

financials OCTOBER 1, 2019 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2020


Fiscal Year 2020


Fiscal Year 2020


• Public Contributions & Internal Support $17,087,701

• United Way of King County $136,667

• Residential & Institutional $9,922,928 • General Social Services $8,684,373 • Adult Rehabilitation Services $3,290,310 • Community Centers $2,730,593 • Fundraising $2,344,360 • Management & General $25,000



• Fees & Grants from Government Agencies $9,197,815 • Sales to the Public $1,863,986 • Miscellaneous Income $198,413

Northwest Divisional Headquarters Officers Commissioner Paul Seiler Divisional Commander

Commissioner Carol Seiler Divisional Pathway of Hope Coordinator & Divisional Director of Women’s Ministries

Captain Jonathan Harvey General Secretary

Captain Ivan Landeros Divisional Secretary for Mission Development

Lieutenant Stephanie Pavlakis Divisional Women’s Ministries Secretary

Lieutenant Steve Pavlakis Divisional Youth & Candidates Secretary

Majors Brian & Iva West Seattle Adult Rehabilitation Program

Captains Christopher & Eunha Kim Eastside Corps & Community Center

Majors Adelma & Isaias Braga Renton Corps

Captain Felicia Grant Seattle Social Services

Captains Hector & Yasmin Acosta Seattle White Center Corps & Community Center

Captain Vickie Harvey Divisional Secretary for Program

King County Officers

Majors Amy & Rob Reardon Seattle Temple Corps

Major Butch Soriano Federal Way Corps

“God loves with a great love the man whose heart is bursting with a passion for the impossible.” – William Booth (1829 – 1912) Founder of The Salvation Army

Locations in King County Seattle Temple Corps 9501 Greenwood Avenue N • Emergency utility assistance • After-school programs • Food bank • Community meals • Seasonal assistance • Transitional housing Silvercrest Senior Residences 9543 Greenwood Ave N • Affordable housing Seattle Adult Rehabilitation Program 10750 Greenwood Ave N • Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation 16705 Southcenter Parkway • Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Seattle White Center Corps & Community Center 9050 16th Avenue SW • Emergency utility assistance • After-school programs • Athletic leagues for kids & teens • Food bank • Community meals • Seasonal assistance Seattle Social Services 1101 Pike Street • Women’s shelter • Domestic violence aid • Human trafficking aid • Emergency utility assistance • Food bank • Community meals • Seasonal assistance 420 4th Avenue • Day center *Not identified on map: An apartment building located in King County, which serves as a safe house for survivors of domestic violence. This building’s location is not shared, as to protect the families participating in the program.

326 9th Avenue (Harborview Hall) • Men’s shelter • Women’s shelter

811 Maynard Avenue S • Men’s shelter • Veteran’s programs 1039 6th Avenue S • Men’s shelter • Women’s shelter Renton Corps 720 S. Tobin Street • Emergency utility assistance • After-school programs • Food bank • Community meals • Seasonal assistance Federal Way Corps 26419 16th Avenue S • Emergency utility assistance • After-school programs • Food bank • Community meals • Seasonal assistance Eastside Corps & Community Center 911 164th Avenue NE • Emergency utility assistance • After-school programs • Athletic leagues for kids & teens • Food bank • Community meals • Seasonal assistance Shoreline 15403 Westminster Way N • Thrift store Tukwila 16705 Southcenter Parkway • Thrift store Kent 1209 Central Avenue S #145 • Emergency utility assistance • Seasonal assistance