King County Annual Report

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King County Annual Report

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.


Lt. Colonel Cindy Foley, Divisional Leader of the Salvation Army in the Northwest, with Dan Edds, Chairman of the King County Advisory Board. While visiting The Salvation Army Community Center in White Center, they engage with local kids and teens in the after-school program.



is loved Genna’s courage and hope radiates from her spirit as she talks about her journey to The Salvation Army last winter. “I started running away from abuse from the time I was 11 and have done it all. After eight years of intravenous drug use, I knew I had it in me to quit, but it took me years and so much more pain before I could give it up.” Over two decades of chaos and using, Genna struggled to tap into her resolve to free her soul from drugs. Homeless in Fresno for over four years, she fled the city late one winter night and left a senseless relationship and future, driving to Seattle with her three children. At Christmas, a Salvation Army caseworker and a host of miracles were awaiting her. “It was all heaven sent” she exclaims through tears. “I couldn’t find any place that would give my kids access to a hot shower. Someone gave me a referral to The Salvation Army. Now I have an apartment where my kids run free but they keep coming back to check on me to make sure I am still here. We have lived in a box for so long they worry when they can’t see me. I got keys to our new home, a Christmas dinner, dishes and furniture, all because of the goodness of The Salvation Army. Now I read my bible, I have a relationship with God and my kids, and I am not looking back.” 4

Impact in King County in 2021 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.



Almost 4.5% of King County residents received assistance in 2021

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

people received life-saving services

meals served to those in need




nights of safe shelter were provided to our homeless neighbors

families received eviction prevention assistance

Via partnerships with the City of Seattle and King County

Keeping families in their homes is the best way to avoid homelessness 5

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.

Christopher Soelling & Gail Magnuson Gail and I are proud to be Lifetime Changemakers for The Salvation Army Northwest. We were pleased to learn that we had crossed the $100,000 giving threshold. It proves the value of consistent investing, in this case investing for the good of the community. We began our giving as a way to honor the memory of my mother, Jewel. She had a large place in her heart for The Salvation Army and was especially impressed by how they provided food for the hungry. We know that The Salvation Army does much more than that, including youth programs, disaster relief, and shelter for the homeless and has broadened its reach to provide help for all. We plan to continue to contribute far into the future. – Christopher Soelling and Gail Magnuson

AJAX Foundation Alice E. Church American Construction Company Anne Gittinger Aven Foundation Bank of America Bartell Drugs Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Bill & Rebecca Smead Bob & Karen Trenner Bobby’s Fund Foundation Boeing Company Bonny Liljebeck Brent & Julia Beabout Christopher Soelling & Gail Magnuson Clint & Lisa Mead Cooper-Levy Charitable Trust Crystal Springs Foundation Daniel & Cecelia Regis David & Romayne Watt David & Susan Holt Dennis & Bethanne Weibling Dominic Gospodor Fund Donald & Janice Kline Donald A. Lockwood Ellison Foundation Foss Family Foundation Fred Meyer Gary & Karla Waterman George & June Bartell Gertrude & Eldon Sallee Foundation Gloria Kessler Guardian Security Systems Inc. Helen Owens Highlands Community Church In honor of Arthur Z Boid

Ina Tateuchi James & Lois Russo Jan McPhee Anderson Jay & Linda Lapin Jim & Barbara Larkin Jo Anne & Robert Hacker John C & Karyl Kay Hughes Foundation Jon & Joan Hanna Joshua Green Foundation Judith Jacobsen Karen & Brian Kelly Kevin Wold Kiwanis Club of Snoqualmie Valley L. Keith & Debra Gorder Lonnie & Linda Yates Loomis Foundation M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust Mahlon Moyers Margery M. Jones Trust, Fred Sjoholm, Trustee Mattaini Family Foundation Michael & Elana Russell Michael & Lynn Garvey Microsoft Corporation Miriam Williams Nancy Eliason Oak Harbor Freight Lines, Inc. Patricia Hurtgen* Patti & Gene Neuberger Paul G. Allen Charitable Foundation Phyllis Dickey Providence Health & Services Puget Sound Energy Puget Sound Energy Foundation Rebecca Julian

Richard & Janet Eichler Richard Clise Robert L. Wiley Russ & Jo Ann Evans Sal Cohen Sally A. Nordstrom* Sally Anne West Sinclair Broadcasting Group Stacey & Tammy Grund Ted & Laurie Schepper Terra Associates Inc. The Anderson Foundation The Biella Foundation The Julia Love Pritt Foundation The Lookout Foundation The Seattle Times The Seattle Times Fund for Those in Need The Schuler Family Foundation Tom & Sally Peyree Transportation Club of Seattle Trident Seafoods Corporation Ueland Foundation University Mechanical Contractors, Inc. Vivian Burnett W.G. Clark Construction Co. Walter Weber Warren & Eleanor Petersen William* & Marilyn Conner Windermere Foundation Yu Feng Anonymous (32) *deceased For information about making a planned gift, please contact Leita Parris at 206-217-1281.


is loved “My family doesn’t speak to me and won’t forgive me, despite the fact that my father was a church deacon and Christianity is huge in my family. The spiritual side of The Salvation Army is why I am here today, recovered and whole.” It all started a lifetime ago, with a family focused on military work and not enough presence for a young, untethered soul. “I started using cocaine in the 9th grade and it became my best friend and companion. I got jobs that allowed me to use and drink and I lived at the bottom of the bottle.” When his substance use landed him in the hospital, a nurse suggested detox. From there, the detox center sent him to The Salvation Army. “I hopped in this cab, and I’m losing my mind because I don’t know what this place is,” he said. “I don’t know where I’m going, other than a thrift store. I had no idea about The Salvation Army or adult rehabilitation.” Scared and cold, he arrived at the Adult Rehabilitation Program (ARP) with just the clothes he had on. “They brought me in,” he said. “They gave me clothes… I sat on the edge of my bed and I rocked back and forth, back and forth for like weeks. Not knowing what I was going to do. I had no idea about recovery.” He credits the ARP curriculum, and what it revealed, with his transformation. He also credits the generosity and helping hand of donors who are committed to growing the ARP program. “I hope donors realize that by supporting the program they are giving love, understanding and kindness that is a requirement for recovery. We are your brothers, your children, your neighbors. Everything you give to The Salvation Army allows us to become contributing people again.”



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 Crystal Springs Foundation Ellison Foundation Margery M. Jones Trust, Fred Sjoholm, Trustee M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust The Biella Foundation The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints The Julia Love Pritt Foundation The Seattle Times Fund for Those in Need Yu Feng Anonymous (3) The Catherine Mumford Booth Circle ($50,000 - $99,999) Bill Stroecker Foundation German United Church of Christ Jim & Barbara Larkin Jo Anne & Robert Hacker John C & Karyl Kay Hughes Foundation The Anderson Foundation Tom & Sally Peyree Warren & Eleanor Petersen Anonymous (2) 8

The Evangeline Booth Circle ($25,000 - $49,999) Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation David Bortz & Carolyn Webb Deanna Claypool Donald & Janice Kline Gary & Karla Waterman Hans Berkenhoff Jesslyn Howgate Jim & Ellen Davidson John M Gehlen Family Foundation Karen & Gary Schwartz Foundation Kerryn & Hil Lyons Kevin Wold Robert G. Kelly Trident Seafoods Corporation Anonymous (5) The George Scott Railton Circle ($10,000 - $24,999) AJAX Foundation Alan Chaffee Amy J. Thorleifson Anne Gittinger Barbara Ivanov Bob & Karen Trenner Bobby’s Fund Foundation Charles & Janice Rohrmann Clint & Lisa Mead Craig Johnson & Shawn Underwood Daniel & Cecelia Regis

David & Mindy Hay David & Romayne Watt Donald A. Lockwood Ed & Donna Knopf Foss Family Foundation Frederick Pascual Gary Frederickson Gertrude & Eldon Sallee Foundation Gregory Alice Guardian Security Systems Inc. Helen Owens James & Lynda Johnson James Schuler Jan McPhee Anderson Janet W. Lewis Jean K. Lafromboise Foundation Jon & Joan Hanna Jonathan Ultis Keely Thrasher Linda Nordstrom Mary Knack Michael & Elana Russell Michael & Lynn Garvey Michael R. Skahen Niiyama Giving Fund Oak Harbor Freight Lines, Inc. Patricia Hurgen Phlllis Dickey Puget Sound Energy QFC Rajendra Unni Richard & Athena Eitel

Robert & Denise Bebb Roger & Donna Wolthuis Roger & Ellen Rystrom Sal Cohen Sally A. Nordstrom* Sally Anne West Seattle Rotary Service Foundation Shirley Wilburn Site One Landscape Supply Stacey & Tammy Grund Tatley-Grund, Inc. Ted & Laurie Schepper Teri Kopp Terra Associates Inc. Transportation Club of Seattle Ueland Foundation Vincent & Jacqui Orgovan Wells Fargo Whitener Family Foundation William* & Marilyn Conner Anonymous (19)

Betty Nes-Wabey Bonny Liljebeck Bryon Miller Burke & Dolores Gibson Carolyn & Roy Chapel Cathy O’Neill Christine Gregory Christine Upjohn Christopher Bolves Christopher Soelling & Gail Magnuson Colin & Sarah Simon Corinne Gajdusek Cricket Wireless Cross Of Christ Lutheran Church David J. Deffinbaugh Dennis & Bethanne Weibling Donald & Claudia Deibert Donald & Maxine Barnard Elisabeth Finch Ellen & John Tobin Ellery Hall Eric Noreen Eugene & Patricia Neuberger Gary & Lark Young Genesee Fuel & Heating Company Inc. George & June Bartell Gerald & Mary Zyskowski Geraldine Roseta Gloria Kessler Gordon & Kitty England Greg & Barbee Conway Griffiths Foundation Guardian Fence Company Hank & Stephanie Koster Harry & Claradell Shedd Herbert* & Mary Breivik HomeStreet Bank J & K Concrete J. K. Douglass James & Doris Cassan James & Jackie Schack

James Schuler Jan & Priscilla Brekke Jay & Linda Lapin Jeffrey & Elizabeth Bennett Joan Knebel John & Grace Yi John Hollinrake John Mangun Joseph & Marjorie Morton Joshua Green Foundation Joy Hammersla Joy McNichols June Vynne Kathleen Pratt Kathryn Wharry Ken & Rosemary Willman Kent Porter Larry Hughes Lee & Eastes Tank Lines Inc. Linda Garross Lynn & Laura Hurdelbrink M. Dippie Marcia Zech Mark & Erin Roberts Mary Grimm Mattaini Family Foundation Michael & Faith Kelley Michael & Judith Tembreull Michael Schroeder Michele Thompson Nancy Eliason Paul & Lori Scott Paul Wyckoff Providence Health & Services QuoteWizard Renton Community Foundation Richard Becker Richard Chambliss Richard Michelson Robert & Barbara Wright Robert & Susan Talbott Roderick & Charlotte Mesecar

Roger & Kimberly Collins Russ & Jo Ann Evans S. M. Chin Sainsbury Strack Schoenfeld-Gardner Foundation Scott & Lisa Burbage Sinclair Broadcasting Group Smart Foodservice Charitable Foundation Spohn Family Giving St Katherine Great-Martyr of Alexandria Orthodox St. Helena Foundation Steve & Alice Higgs Steve and Tami Clark Steve Anton Susan Morgan & Robert Sylvia Ted & Lisa Buck Thomas & Judy Rafoth Thomas N. Shives Thomas Pretlow TREL Foundation University Mechanical Contractors, Inc. USI Insurance Services Vera Zimmerman Vern and Evelyn King WaFd Bank Warren Barkley William & Jan Teal William & Karel Deibel William & Katherine Kreager William Jenkins Anonymous (21) *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.

Dan & Cecelia Regis Dan & Cecelia Regis have been strongly supporting the work of The Salvation Army for over 40 years. Both became deeply connected to The Salvation Army in Alaska, despite having known about The Army’s vital work years before. Dan worked closely with the principal officer as a bellringer and donor, inspired by observing the “respectful care and noble purpose of The Salvation Army professionals and volunteers I met” said Dan. As a natural outgrowth of these experiences, Dan served as past Chair of The William Booth Society, which is instrumental in sustaining the work of The Salvation Army through leadership giving. These gifts are being used to transform the lives of those in need in King County. – Dan and Cecelia Regis

Members Circle ($5,000 - $9,999) Aaron & Melissa Cahoon Alec & Margo Newman Alice Meyer Andy Robinson & Yvonne Kinoshita Ward Anne & Allan Affleck Ashley Zherebnenko Barry & Jill McCaffrey 9


is loved It was not a straightforward or easy path to recovery for Mike who has been sober since 2011. “I never went to school,” explains Mike, as though he anticipates having to defend a noticeable deficit in his intellect. “Not one single day during elementary school. I stayed home and took care of my mother who had serious depression while my father was in and out of prison. I taught myself everything by reading dictionaries and encyclopedias cover to cover.” At 14, his dad passed away, and Mike tried to find his way somehow, seeking connection that had eluded him for his entire life. “I never had friends, never had a girlfriend, until I started using drugs. Drugs made me feel popular. Drugs gave me a voice.” He quickly got into trouble connected to substance abuse. Mike found himself working and succeeding on Wall Street. “For ten years, I made an inconceivable amount of money and used it all to pay for heroin, cocaine, opioids, and alcohol. I believed I could go on forever, using up my body and my soul.” He hit bottom… and moved to Seattle with the intent to end his life. He ended up at The Salvation Army because he was told “they might be the only ones that could really help me.” If you truly want to get people sober and off the streets, they need a safe place with people who have been where they have been and know how to love beyond. When you leave The Salvation Army, you learn that there is very little available to you that really nourishes and sustains you the way The Salvation Army does. “I will always have a reason to come back and give back.” 10

“If there’s an alcoholic out there, I want to meet them. I want to bring them home to The Salvation Army. I never stopped coming to The Army when I desperately needed help, even if I didn’t think I could stay clean.” – Mike


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 Ina Balash Kevin Beder Jack* & Joanne Bergman William* & Elisabeth Best James Bettinger Brandon & Anita* Blaylock Richard & Arnola Blomquist Frank & Mary Bloom Irving Bloom Karen Boswell Phillip & Dorothy Bradbury Herbert* & Mary Breivik Stewart* & Drucilla Briggs BW Fund Janice Cacek Alexander Carson Naresh Chandra

Carolyn & Roy Chapel Kenneth Chase Karen Chekenian Margaret & Philip Chou Martha Church Thomas & Beth* Cooper Darrel Cowan Frank & Frankie Craig Fredrick & Evelyn Curcio Henry & Frances* Decker Robert* & Elaine De Lappe Jonathan & Patricia Deming Michael Dire Howard & Betty Donelson Barry & Marlita Doust Kevin & Beverly Duffy H. Marie Elings Carolyn Ellingson James & Diana Estes Thomas Fortson

Catherine Gaylord Arlene Geist Janet Gibbons Gillett Family Trust Carol Godding Darrel & Marjorie Gordon Lawrence Gore Ray* & Louise Gripman Gary & Katherine Gudyka Stephanie Gurnett Alice Hall Madge Hanson Donald & Berenice Hardy Mary Hawkins David & Mathilda Hemme Robin & Barbara Hilde Edward & Liselotte Hoover Carmen Howard Chris Hoyt Clare Huleen

James* & Evelyn Hutton Duane & Joyce* Hyde Kathy Johndrew Carl* & Sara Jones Neal* & Carolyn Feasey Kirkpatrick Richard Kirts Joan Knebel Peter & Wendy Lagozzino Donald A. Lockwood Thomas & Anita Lookabaugh George Ludlow Jon & Chris Martin Krist & Jeanine Martinsen Raymond & Carole Marty James Mattson Tom & Sydnia McCollum Dean* & Irene McCoy Carole McGinnes Margaret McGregor Lanny McGrew

Martha McLean Bruce & Dorothy Mecklenburg Deanna Michaels Robert Michalak Richard & Luba Mikita Mark & Debra Miller Joan Milner Keith & Beverly Minkler Domenico Minotti Annika Mito Joseph & Marjorie Morton Colleen Muir Milton & Clara Mukai James* & Patricia Mullens Roy Murdock Leonard & Mae* Nelson Kim Nguyen Sheri Odekirk Thomas & Nancy Ogard Donna Oneill J. Donald Osborne Leo & Sharon Pakkala Ian & Iris Patterson Dick & Marie Peters

Derauld* & Gretchen Peterson Phong Phan Phil & Arlene Pielemeier Harv* & June Pittelko John* & Mary Porel Percy* & Ruth Porter Alan & Helen Pratt William* & Eileen Pratt William & Delia Purdy Sharyn Robbins Paul Ross Rebecca Russell Carrie Saito Nadene Sammann Sharon Sasseen Darlene Satterlee Richard & Irene Shell Clair Stein Richard & Margaret Stetler Lee & Sue Stiles Charles Stotts Frank* & Virginia Suttell Diana Swain Edwin & Sharon Sweo

Dorothea Teeter Beverley Thomas Charles* & Amy Thorleifson Alice Twelker Mary & Henry* Uitdeflesch Ronald & Ann Van Heusden Don & Mary Wacker Guy Waller, Jr. Gerald & Agnes Ward Carole Warner Tomoye Watanabe Alan & M. Winnifred Wenzel Ada Wheeler J.D. Whiteaker Robert & Mary Ann* Wiley William Wingate Donna Wolter Robert* & Barbara Wright Anonymous (21) *deceased For information about joining this list, please contact Leita Parris at 206-217-1281.

Margaret & Philip Chou “All our gifts are from God,” said Mrs. Chou quietly, demonstrating that ineffable quality that the most dedicated donors share when it comes to the lifesaving contributions they make to The Salvation Army. The Chous recently established a Charitable Generational Transfer Trust through The Salvation Army and funded it with the appreciated assets from one of their rental properties. By gifting the property to the trust, they bypass all capital gains taxes, enjoy a tax deduction, and provide reliable income for their family. When the trust term ends, the remaining balance will be an incredible gift to their Eastside community, a tangible and enduring illustration of their commitment to God, family, and the community. “We have both had many hardships in life, but I prayed throughout and was shown how to think about things differently,” said Chou, smiling, “and what I have learned is that we are here to put love into action. Believing without following through with real action and real love is empty” Mrs. Chou emphasized. “I want to encourage everyone to take advantage of these tax smart charitable tools and see that their spiritual and financial gifts can be the greatest demonstration of love in action, and that is what sustains our community, always.” – Margaret and Philip Chou



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 Alaska Airlines Alaska USA Federal Credit Union Amazon Bank of America Bartell Drugs Campbell Auto Group Carney Badley Spellman P.S. CentiMark Chick-Fil-A Clise Properties, Inc. Cornerstone Construction Costco Cricket Wireless Crossroads Bible Church Crystal Springs Foundation Dels Truck Rentals Diversified Systems Group Inc. F5 Networks FamilyWorks Fred Meyer Fund Frontstream Galloway Pacific Law, LLC Genesee Energy GLY Construction Inc. Google Grund & Company

Guardian Fence Company Guardian Security Systems Inc. Hatfield And Dawson Consulting Engineers Heritage Bank Hogland Transfer Company, Inc. Homelight, Inc. HomeStreet Bank I.L.W.U. Local 19 IBEW Local 46 International Aerospace Machinists, District 751 International Belt & Rubber Supply, Inc. International Rhythmic Gym & Ballet J & K Concrete J.H. Powers, Inc. Johnstone Supply Keller Supply Company King County Kohl Construction & Remodeling, Inc. Lakeridge Development Lakeside Industries Lee & Eastes Tank Lines Inc. Lumen Technologies Max Meyers Law PLLC Molina Healthcare of WA National Credit Services Inc. Northwest Fire Systems Oak Harbor Freight Lines, Inc.

Old Navy Oppenheimer & Co, Inc. P. N. Best & Co Inc. Pacific Northwest Equipment, Inc. Pacific Pain Specialists Papé Material Handling Inc. Paul Ried Financial Group LLC Plywood Supply, Inc. Precor Incorporated Providence Health & Services Puget Sound Energy Pumptech Inc. QFC QuoteWizard Real Property Associates RKD Group, LLC Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd. Russel Cahoon Installers Safeway Seattle Rotary Service Foundation Shelter Holdings Sinclair Broadcasting Sisters of Providence Site One Landscape Supply Skyway Water and Sewer District SSG Mineral Resources & Recycling Inc. Starbucks Symetra Financial

Tableau Tanner Electric Tatley-Grund, Inc. Terra-Associates Inc. The Seattle Times Fund for Those in Need The Transportation Club of Seattle Timberlake Church T-Mobile Trident Seafoods Corporation UBS Financial Services Inc. Union Bank University Mechanical Contractors, Inc. US Bank USI Insurance Services Vizient, Inc. WaFd Bank Walmart Waterfront Construction, Inc. Watson Asphalt Paving Co. Weitzel Construction Inc. Wells Fargo William Buchan Homes Inc. Windermere Foundation Support received 10/1/20 – 9/30/21 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 budgets, fundraising, program effectiveness, property maintenance, and related matters. Officers

Mark Gropper Renton Housing Authority

Frank Podany Summus Outdoor

Jo Anne Hacker The Hacker Group, Retired

Stace Grund Tatley-Grund, Inc.

Mike Poth KIRO-TV, Retired

Judi Jacobsen Madison Park Greetings

Jill Hashimoto Charter Construction

Matt Rodrigues Luminex

Steve Higgs Carex Health Care, Retired

Joe Schuster KeyBank

William Massengill Applied Professional Services, Inc., Retired

Debbie Jacobsen Community Volunteer

Timothy J. Searing Retired

Lynn Johnson The Boeing Company, Retired

Colin Simon UBS Financial

David Kennedy Wells Fargo

Jeff Snell Seattle Marine Canvas

David Kraft Kosmos Management, LLC

Lee Stiles Retired

Paula Lamas Sinclair Broadcasting

Joleen Zanuzoski GreenRubino

Arthur K. “Art” Langlie Holmes Electric

Members Emeriti

John Diaz Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention

Kim Epple Hub International

JoLee McLean Amazon

George Bartell Henbart, LLC

Deven Hamilton University of Washington

Charlie Farra Newmark Real Estate

Scott Phillips Retired

Eugene J. Dale Eugene J. Dale PS, Inc., Retired

Bill Hayden Retired

Joe Gong Caliber Home Loans

Cheryl Pleas Community Volunteer

Robert Edgers The Boeing Company, Retired

Sharon Mast King County Public Schools, Retired

Dan Edds, Chair Praxis Solutions Members Paul Abel HomeStreet Bank Ted Buck Frey Buck P.S. Tom Buck Mountlake Insurance Company Aaron Cahoon Lockton Companies – Seattle John Carlson Sinclair Broadcasting Michael Carter Skillet Rowlanda Cawthon Northwest University Aimee Coombs The New International University

Donald C. Wilson US West Communications, Retired Ex-Officio Members Adrian Diaz Seattle Police Department



Members Bree Oldham Sonos, Inc.

Advisors Colin Simon UBS Financial Services, Inc.

Jenna Vokes, Secretary RBC Wealth Management

Brian Salvesen First Citizens Bank

Major Jonathan Harvey The Salvation Army

Meghna Luthra, Finance Director Alaska USA Federal Credit Union

David Pena RBC Wealth Management

Lisa Borders The Salvation Army


Fiscal Year 2021

Fiscal Year 2021


Public Contributions $18,164,768

Fees & Grants from Government Agencies $13,225,943

A new generation of supporters, engaging with The Salvation Army through networking, fundraising, and volunteering. Anna Valencia, Fundraising and Events Director Alaska USA Federal Credit Union


Life Members

Echelon Board Steering Committee Kally Behen, President Thomas James Homes


J. Herbert McAbee McAbee Construction Co, Inc., Retired

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Sales to the Public $2,774,372

Miscellaneous Income $145,653

United Way of King County $65,917


Residential & Institutional $13,355,052 General Social Services $10,990,123 Adult Rehabilitation Services $3,954,952 Fundraising $3,668,606 Community Centers $2,576,857 Management & General $25,000

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Northwest Divisional Headquarters Officers Lt. Colonel Cindy Foley Divisional Commander

Lt. Colonel Tim Foley, Dmin. Divisional Leader for Officer Development

Major Jonathan Harvey General Secretary & King County Coordinator

Major Vickie Harvey Divisional Secretary for Program, CCM & VAVS

Major Rutendo Masango Divisional Women’s Ministries Secretary, Older Adult Ministries

Major Terry Masango Divisional Secretary for Business

Captain Stephanie Pavlakis Divisional Youth & Candidates Secretary & Social Justice

Captain Steve Pavlakis Divisional Youth & Candidates Secretary & Men’s Ministries

Captains John & Kyna Kelley Seattle Adult Rehabilitation Program

Captains Christopher & Eunha Kim Eastside Corps & Community Center

Major Erica Yang Federal Way Corps

Majors Jason & Angelina Koenig Renton Corps

Captain Felicia Grant Seattle Social Services

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

King County Officers

Majors Neil & Rubina Navarro Seattle Temple Corps

Homelessness Layoffs Tough Times Despair Skipped Meals Overdue Bills Eviction Loneliness “Above all, love.” –1 Peter 4:8 For 156 years, The Salvation Army has been helping those who are lost. With your help, we’ll never stop.



Locations in King County

14 3 2 1

1 Seattle Temple Corps

6 13 7



9501 Greenwood Avenue N • Emergency utility assistance • After-school programs • Food bank • Community meals • Seasonal assistance • Transitional housing 2 Silvercrest Senior Residences


9543 Greenwood Ave N • Affordable housing 3 Seattle Adult

Rehabilitation Program 10750 Greenwood Ave N • Drug & alcohol rehabilitation


4 16705 Southcenter Parkway 11

• Drug & alcohol rehabilitation

5 Seattle White Center Corps


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Women’s shelter Domestic violence aid Human trafficking prevention Emergency utility assistance Food bank Community meals Seasonal assistance

7 420 4th Avenue (Day Center)

• Services for people experiencing homelessness *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, to protect the families participating in the program. 20

(William Booth Center) • Men’s shelter • Veteran’s programs

10 1039 6th Avenue S (SODO Shelter)

• Men’s shelter • Women’s shelter 11 Renton Corps

720 S. Tobin Street • Emergency utility assistance • After-school programs • Food bank • Community meals • Seasonal assistance 12 Federal Way Corps

26419 16th Avenue S • Emergency utility assistance • After-school programs • Food bank • Community meals • Seasonal assistance

& Community Center 9050 16th Avenue SW • Emergency utility assistance 13 Eastside Corps & Community Center • After-school programs 911 164th Avenue NE • Athletic leagues for kids & teens • Emergency utility assistance • Food bank • After-school programs • Community meals • Athletic leagues for kids & teens • Seasonal assistance • Food bank • Community meals 6 Seattle Social Services • Seasonal assistance 1101 Pike Street (Pike Street)

4 15


9 811 Maynard Avenue S

8 326 9th Avenue (Harborview Hall)

• Men’s shelter • Women’s shelter

14 Shoreline

15403 Westminster Way N • Thrift store 15 Tukwila

16705 Southcenter Parkway • Thrift store 16 Kent

1209 Central Avenue S #145 • Emergency utility assistance • Seasonal assistance