The Sophia Way | Thank you!
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Thank you!

  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...

On July 15th, we held our annual Volunteer Appreciation Picnic at Crossroads Park in Bellevue. About 25 people came to enjoy the food, sunshine, and company of their fellow volunteers. We all had an extra special treat this year, because two of our Day Center volunteers...

Thank you, to the team at Eastside Community Aid (ECA) Thrift shop for their generous donation of $10,000! The funds will be utilized for our Day Center Program. Eastside Community Aid Thrift Shop, an all-volunteer run shop in Kirkland, has been a long time supporter of...

Saturday, May 20th was the annual Sammamish Community Day of Service, headed by Sammamish Hills Lutheran Church. Each year, volunteers from all over the Sammamish area, representing faith communities or just on their own, sign up for various local volunteer projects, and we were thrilled...

Our wonderful volunteer, Alison Dildine, retired earlier this month after 5 years volunteering at our office. She has been actively involved with us longer than almost any of our other volunteers and staff. While Alison won't really be leaving us completely (she'll still fill in on...

"Never underestimate your ability to change the world." -- Scott Harrison Housing is the foundation of life. Having a safe place to live is absolutely vital to our physical, mental, and emotional health. Our community thrives when women, many of them grandmothers, have safe, healthy and...

Our partner, Assistance League of the Eastside (ALE), organized the community brunch this quarter. This was on a very special day - Mother's Day Weekend. The Community Brunch is held every quarter so that ladies from all our programs - Night Shelter, Day Center, Transitional Housing,...

On the afternoon of March 16, 22 volunteers from the Visa Bellevue office came to our shelter to do several projects. The group broke down into smaller teams and went to work - they organized our donation storage room, toiletries closet, kitchen, pantry; sorted a...

Thank you, to our generous supporters for their gifts and donations! Thank you, Eastside Friends and Family for choosing The Sophia Way as your beneficiary for the fun-fundraiser! Holi - The Festival of Colors was celebrated on Sunday, March 19 at Lake Sammamish State Park.         Thank you,...