Quarterly Giving Recipient: UnBound Seattle
Each quarter, WPIG members nominate and vote on a quarterly giving recipient. In November, WPIG members donated $500 to UnBound Seattle the Hope House, a local organization with the mission of activating local communities and service providers to fight human trafficking.
In May of 2015, UnBound opened the Hope House to provide hope and a future for survivors of sex trafficking. The Hope House is a long term aftercare home for up to four women who desire support and accountability as they do the hard work of healing. The Hope House provides shelter, mental health counseling, support, and access to medical care, education, job training, and other needs for survivors for up to two years.
$40 covers the cost of one woman staying in the Hope House for one day. UnBound’s mission aligns with WPIG’s mission by not only providing shelter for up to two years, but also coordinating services for sustainability through mental health counseling, case management, life skills training, and access to medical care, education, job training, and other resources.
Learn more about the Hope House and how to support their mission on their website.