Nowhere in America can a minimum-wage, full-time
worker earn enough to afford the fair market value rent for a
two-bedroom apartment. Nowhere. Not even in Mukilteo and Snohomish County.
Given that, it’s no surprise that homelessness is a nationwide
problem. Because the typical homeless family consists of a single mother
with two children, 1.5 million children (1 out of 50) are homeless. These plain facts, along with Judaism’s long tradition of helping those in need, have inspired Temple Beth Or to partner with the Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry’s Faith & Family Homelessness Project.
Read the full article here, click the image to read:
For more information about the project, visit the webpage here-- or check out the blog, here.
Interfaith Project Partners:
Plus an article from the Everett Herald in February, click on the logo to read:
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