A program of Congregations for the Homeless
Looking to sign up to volunteer or provide a meal? Click below to see all of our SignUps!
The Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter provides a warm, safe place where the homeless can be protected against the impact of sleeping in the cold, wet, and snowy conditions during the winter. Our secondary mission is to help people move towards stable and independent living through building relationships and connecting them to resources that could help them move forward. During the winter months, we are open nightly from 8:30pm-7:30am (with staff on site from 8pm-8am).
Unaccompanied Minors (12-17 years old) can access dinner and information and referals to youth shelter every night from 8:30-10p.
2016 / 2017 Locations:
Nov 20 - Jan 18: Snoq. UMC
38701 SE River St, Snoqualmie
Jan 19 - Mar 4: Mt Si Lutheran
411 NE 8th St, North Bend
Mar 5 - Apr 1: Fall City UMC
4326 337th Pl SE, Fall City
There are many ways to get involved in this great mission. From meal preparation and sharing conversations, to helping out at the registration desk, supervising the meal service, to the donation of needed items and other resources, we need your time and passion to support people in need in our community. Please access links at top of website for more information.
We’ve had an incredible winter shelter season and you’ve helped to make that happen! During the coldest winter since 2012, we’ve provided nightly shelter, hot meals and day center services to men, women and families experiencing homelessness.
While this season’s goal was to remain open through April 26th, our current budget and funding will only allow us to provide overnight shelter services up through the morning of April 2nd.
Click HERE to read more.
The Valley Renewal Center is made up of Snoqualmie Valley community members who have a passion for helping our homeless population connect with the care and services they need.
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