2015 marks the 25th year of Mamma's Hands' work helping people in crisis regain their dignity and return as productive members of society. In addition, our Founders have embarked on a 1 year journey starting this September! read more
"The statistics on domestic violence are indeed sobering, and they remind us why we started the HOUSE of HOPE program, and why we continue to ask for your support to maintain and enhance these important services for women and their children in crisis.
Many larger shelters serve hundreds of families each year, but because of the sheer numbers they need to serve in order to qualify for government funding, nearly all of them have restrictive time limits on how long clients can stay. Their purpose is to get people off the streets, referred to agencies, and on their way. Due to funding source requirements, the population they serve often bounces from shelter to shelter, and exhaust their options before they have received the fundamental help they need. They “fall through the cracks” in the system— 69% of these families return to homelessness..."
READ the attached Newsletter to find about more about what sets Mamma's Hands apart and how we address Quality vs Quantity. read more
Keep the dream alive for the woman and children that Mamma's Hands and the HOUSE of HOPE help each day. This video, prepared for the 17th Annual Dinner and Auction Event to benefit the HOUSE of HOPE, closes with the words of one former resident:"I hope you know how much it means to me, to be in a safe place, finally. I'll be there. Please don't give my spot away."
With your help--We'll be there! read more
The Bellevue Reporter recently ran an article that chronicles the beginnings of Mamma's Hands. You can view the original article, on page 19, here >> bellevuereporter.com. For the image source file click here >> Article Source Image
Thank you to Bellevue resident Sarah Gerdes and the Bellevue Reporter for this incredible article! read more
Join us for a magical evening with enchanting entertainment, royal company, impressive auction items, and a king’s feast.
For more information please contact our event coordinators, Jen Bredeson, with Montero Productions:
firstname.lastname@example.org(425) 359-9809 read more
Mamma’s Hands’ Denny and Leslie Hancock had the wonderful opportunity of addressing two assemblies of Skyline High School students at the Skyline Community Service Fair in November. They told of the beginnings of Mamma’s Hands, and encouraged students to find and follow their passion to help those in need.
Students visited our booth for more info and to sign up for the Phone Home program in January. We look forward to seeing you on the Bus!
Thank You Skyline Students & Staff for letting us participate in this worthwhile day! read more