The Sophia Way | Sujata Agrawal
Assisting women from homelessness to stable independent living.
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We are so grateful for your presence at our Annual Luncheon, and blown away by your generosity! YOU donated a total of $70,000 to fund our life-saving Housing First mission. Thank you! We also would like to thank our speakers, volunteers, elected representatives, our Gold Sponsor, Muslim...

I always intend to ease into fall, but fall seems to take off at high speed and yes, here we are again, planning for the 2017 Holiday Initiative! Heartfelt thanks to all of you who participated in last year’s program; the memories continue to bring a...

Angela Weber "Think lightly of yourself & deeply of the world." My passion for philanthropy derives from my upbringing & faith. I unequivocally believe that one person may not be able to do it all, but everyone can do something. Even when it comes to homelessness; be...

Message from Pastor Jim, St. Andrew's Lutheran Church Thirty years ago, the faith community I serve heard and responded to the need for affordable housing. In Bellevue, the words were not unlike those we heard today that there is no affordable housing. As a result, Saint...

Expedia Earlier this month, an amazing group of Expedia employees spent their Day of Caring at Sophia's Place, and did such a wonderful job making it even more clean and beautiful! The volunteers thoroughly cleaned the sleeping rooms (including pulling out HEAVY beds and lockers to sweep...

Thank you to Chico's in Bellevue Square Mall for holding a donation drive for us! Jordan, a Chico's employee, shares his thoughts about the importance of the work we do: When I think of The Sophia Way the word hope comes to my mind. Touring the shelter...

We did it! Our Summer Reading Challenge is officially over and we exceeded our goal! As a reminder, our goal was to read 25 books in 50 days. As a Night Shelter team, we ended up reading 28 books! Just a few of the amazing books we...

How we respond to a crisis reflects our humanity. Our own community is going through a crisis and now is the time we can step up and become "helpers". The homelessness crisis in King County is getting worse. We know from the one night count,...

  Natalie Minas, our Housing Case Manager worked with us for the last two years. This is her note from her heart: I never worked with this age group of women (the elderly population) but found out that I LOVED it.  It's made me relate to my own...

  This coming January will be Sue's 4th year volunteering with The Sophia Way! Here are just a few of the many things Sue does for us - she answers the phone at our office, keeps our office clean and organized, creates all of the thank you...