Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets
This year’s open house will be full of excitement as you meet new participants, staff, volunteers, and interns.
You’ll have the chance to...Read More »
The Seattle Foundation’s annual GiveBIG campaign is Tuesday, May 5th, and PSKS is once again participating! Throughout the day of the 5th, any donation made to PSKS will be stretched by part of the Seattle Foundation’s $1 million pool.
But this isn’t your typical GiveBIG.
PSKS is proud to announce, with the...Read More »
Throughout our history PSKS has strongly believed that education, employment, health care, and many other services...Read More »
When an individual walks into PSKS we want to make sure they are welcomed with a bright smile. With Helen at the front desk, that’s not a problem.
Helen is one of our amazing HYPE (Homeless Youth for Peace & Empowerment) interns. Helen moved to Seattle in September and has been...Read More »
Big thanks to Mud Bay Off Broadway who donated over $600 worth of dog/cat food for PSKS homeless youth pet companions!
Kate and Franny from Mud Bay Off Broadway stopped in to drop off the donation in person and take a tour of PSKS. Belle, the pooch pictured here, is licking her...Read More »
ALL MONTH – March 2015: Buy a burger at Sam’s Tavern and help feed homeless youth!
Sam’s Tavern is partnering with PSKS for the month of March to help support homeless youth! For every burger purchased during the month of March, Sams will donate the equivalent of a burger to...Read More »
VOTE NOW, VOTE DAILY by clicking here through March 2. If PSKS gets the most votes in this “popularity contest” sponsored by IKEA, we will win a complete kitchen remodel! We’re one of three finalists in WA State!! We can win with your vote. Click on this link,...Read More »
LGBTQ Allyship, in partnership with Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets (PSKS), is conducting W.E.R.Q. (Work, Economics and Resources for Queer Youth and Young Adults) Winter Institute that will increase awareness, build leadership, and motivate youth and young adults to advocate for self in their...Read More »