Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets
Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets (PSKS) exists to support homeless and at-risk youth and young adults to become empowered to lead positive and self-sufficient lives. Our philosophy and practice of inclusion has allowed us to develop an accessible and safe space to engage young people who...Read More »
Thanks to Tahoma HS Prevention Squad for the awesome sock donation.
Big thanks to Monica Nelson-Robbins and her intervention team kids from Tahoma High School for donating 380 pairs of socks and toiletries to PSKS this week. Wow, that’s a lot of socks!
Warm, dry feet are happy feet–thank...Read More »
Our 2014 Gala was a big success!
Thank you so much to the hundreds who came together to make the evening such a great event. Thanks to our sponsors, donors, volunteers, planning committee, staff, and all our wonderful guests!
Thanks to Eric Gregory...Read More »
The RSVP deadline for our November 1st Gala Auction and Celebration is coming up quickly! RSVPs should be in by Monday, October 27th! Spread the word and help us fill the seats!
There are countless reasons to join us on the 1st to celebrate...Read More »
On Thursday, October 2nd, the Step Beyond Crew made a trip to the Chihuly Glass museum. After grubbing on some awesome Thai Food for our community dinner, the group headed out into the mild overcast evening, excited for a new and informative experience. The showcase started with a brief...Read More »
Step Beyond is starting up again at PSKS!
Step Beyond is a supportive community for people who have experienced homelessness and who have recently gained housing or are at-risk of losing housing, with the objective to minimize homelessness recidivism.
Specific Step Beyond case management is offered for individuals 26 and older, but group...Read More »
We will be Steppin’ out for Peace in a big way with some exciting live items!
- Seahawks Club Seats for the November 9th game against the NY Giants & a Seahawks autographed item.
- Three...Read More »
PSKS is proud to be working with the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce on their “Clean and Safe Committee” working to address issues recently in the news about crime on Capitol Hill (especially the Cal Anderson park area_. As the ONLY non-profit on Capitol Hill serving youth...Read More »