Below is a list of local community partners we trust – organizations doing good work to serve our community. Know of an organization serving renters in the area? Or a vulnerable population? Please share them with us!
Caring.com is the leading online destination for those seeking information and support. Especially, as they care for aging parents, spouses, and other loved ones.
More than 40 million people in the United States care for someone over age 50. Yet, most have little preparation or experience when they begin their caregiving journey. Caring.com steps in and provides support and information to those needing direction.
Landlord Liaison Program
Unfortunately, many don’t realize that Puget Sound has an organization dedicated specifically to helping the homeless find homes. It is the Landlord Liaison Program, a part of the Associated Ministries group of organizations. Fortunately, which is located in Tacoma, WA. They empower landlords to service more homeless clients by providing funds and services to support this population in need. Potential clients of LLP can call 211, The United Way, for help. LLP does not help the homeless directly but works closely with several agencies in the Greater Puget Sound area. They, in turn, service many in need of housing.
Tacoma Housing Authority
Marie sits on the board of Tacoma Housing Authority, a further extension of her passion and concern for fair housing practices and affordable housing for all.
Marie has been involved in Farmer Frog, a non-profit organization that provides food for families, singles and the elderly that are out of reach to public help organizations. By empowering collaboration between public and private organizations Farmer From reaches millions of homes in Washington state each year with food and gardening training services. Learn more about this partnership here.
Need help finding housing in the Pierce County area? Visit our resources page for more resources available.