Hiring: Program Case Manager (28 hrs/week)

Published on March 22, 2017

Who We Are: PSKS was founded in 1995 by a group of homeless youth who wanted their voices to be heard by policy makers who did not understand the impact of their decisions. With this bottom-up approach, PSKS found its niche – empowering youth who are too often excluded from mainstream services. At the heart

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Socks and Underwear, Oh My!

Published on March 22, 2017

    All Cycles is a grassroots Outreach Project for Seattle community members to bring menstrual supplies to folks in need. They gather anonymous donations of pads, tampons, wet wipes and underwear of various sizes and styles for homeless or income-insecure people in Seattle of all or no genders, who have cycles.   Thanks to

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Welcome Krista

Published on March 22, 2017

In January PSKS welcomed new Executive Director, Krista Cossalter! Krista was born and raised in Southeast Seattle. She has worked her entire life in the nonprofit world, including positions at the King County Bar Association, Epilepsy Foundation Northwest, the USO, Austin Foundation, and Northwest Infant Survival & SIDS Alliance. She brings a lifetime of local

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Secret Santas Spread Cheer at PSKS

Published on January 12, 2017

Each year an ever growing number of Secret Santa’s donate everything from boots and hand warmers to tents, sleeping bags, and backpacks to be given to PSKS participants on Christmas.     After a delicious meal prepared one of our talented board members, each participant is invited into the Secret Santa store to select some

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#GivingTuesday

Published on November 23, 2016

For some, the holidays are filled with warmth, joy and celebration. But when you are homeless and you don’t have a family to celebrate with or a home to go to, they can be depressing.   That’s where you come in.   Bring warmth and comfort into a young person’s life this holiday season with a

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