Neighborhood Support

Note: As of 04/16/18 Living Hope Presbyterian Church is no longer meeting for services. You can find another PCA to visit by going to

Mary’s Place


Empowering homeless women, children and families to reclaim their lives.

Company Overview

Since 1999, Mary’s Place day and night shelters have offered safety, support and hope for homeless women, children and families.

General Information

Mary’s Place provides two hot meals a day, showers, laundry facilities, health services, resources and referrals, education, and support in order to help women and families move out of homelessness. Mary’s Place is one of the few drop-in day shelters for women with children in King County.

Mary’s Place is a safe and accepting place for women and their families – a place where they can build relationships, experience hope and love, and access resources to find stable housing.

If you would like to donate to Mary’s Place, please visit our website:


Care Net of Puget Sound

Care Net of Puget Sound helps those facing unplanned pregnancies, teens and young adults making choices about sexual integrity and individuals seeking support for pregnancy loss and abortion recovery.


Care Net Pregnancy & Family Services, PREGNANT? LOOKING FOR OPTIONS?


News & Events

Care Net Pregnancy & Family Services

We want to know you better and share more of our ministry with you.

This is one reason we plan events. Some are free to attend; others involve entrance fees. Please take the opportunity to attend a Care Net event in your area!

If you can’t make it to an event, we encourage you to call your local center and schedule a tour. It’s really inspiring to speak with our center staff and to see our facilities to better understand the work of this ministry. Click here to find the center nearest you

Join us for our upcoming events:

July 14, 2017
Washington National Golf Course
Auburn, WA

4US Rally Round 4 Ultrasound

August 4 & 5, 2017
Fort Steilacoom Park
Lakewood, WA



The White Center Food Bank began in the mid-1970’s as an emergency response to assist struggling families and individuals in the greater White Center and Highline areas during a major economic downturn.  Much like today, many in the community were facing difficult economic conditions that left them in need of emergency food resources.

In 1982 the White Center Emergency Food Association was formally incorporated and is today known as the White Center Food Bank, serving 61,083 individuals (20,036 families) in 2015. White Center as a geographic area has been subject to many changes in its micro-economic climate from influxes and growth of various immigrant groups to periods of rebirth in its business core. Current programs include daytime, evening, weekend and seniors-only food distributions; Mobile Food Bank Program for seniors and disabled clients; a Baby Pantry for diapers, formula, baby foods and equipment; community demonstration gardens and P-patches, cultural foods buying program, grocery rescues and cooking demonstrations that double as nutrition lessons. Intake services are provided in four languages, and all written materials are provided in six languages.


Our mission is to minimize hunger while nourishing community,

nurturing self-reliance, and embracing our rich cultural diversity.


10829 8th Ave SW

Seattle, WA 98146

P: (206) 762-2848

Food Distribution Information 

FOOD BANK DISTRIBUTION                                         SENIOR DAY DISTRIBUTION:

Mon/Wed/Fri                                                                               Thursdays

11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m.                                                                   11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

EVENING FOOD BANK                                                     SATURDAY FOOD BANK

2nd & 4th Wed.                                                                             3rd Sat. of every month

per Month                                                                                      11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.


1:00 – 4:00 p.m.