Soup & Movies, due to space limitations, has been forced to turn away those beyond the 110-person limit. Saturday is a lonely time on the streets of Seattle, with few resources for homeless individuals open. Soup & Movies offers good fellowship, a warm meal, and a movie for entertainment.
Mary’s Place is open Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, as a drop-in center for homeless or formerly homeless women and their children. They range in age from 20 to 75 and represent diverse backgrounds in race (about 2/3 women of color), class, sexual orientation, education, and life experience (including domestic violence, mental illness, disabilities, and addictions). Mary’s Place provides a welcoming and safe environment where women and children can build community, enrich their days, seek solutions to problems, and find resources to rebuild their lives.
Available resources include vocational, housing, financial, health and spiritual services.