Karina O’Malley shares her story
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Karina O’Malley shares her story

Karina didn’t understand how important a hot shower was for someone experiencing homelessness—until she started helping with homeless services in Kirkland.

Karina O’Malley, our board member and champion of people experiencing homelessness shared her story at #IgniteProjectHomeless hosted by Seattle University Project on Family Homelessness and The Seattle Times Project Homeless.

Watch the video