Hospitality House’s ‘Walk for the Women’ fundraiser will be Saturday, Sept. 16


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Join Hospitality House at their annual ‘Walk for the Women’ fundraiser on Sept. 16, 2017, starting at 10 a.m. in Burien Town Square!

The walk is an easy 2-mile walk through the heart of downtown Burien, and is for walkers of every sort: adults, kids and dogs!

Come and enjoy a gift for each walker, music and the fun of the Burien Wellness Fair, which runs from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., and is free to attend.

Hospitality House, founded in 2000, is a women’s shelter in south King County that provides housing & case management to women who are homeless. With your help, the shelter’s 90 day transitional program has helped over 1,200 women during the past 17 years.

Day-of registration & check-in begins at 9:30 a.m., with the walk starting at 10 a.m.

Registration:

  • Pre-registration is $20.
  • Day of registration is $25.

Register via mail with the registration flyer: Walk for the Women 2017 Flyer (PDF file)

Register online at http://walkforthewomen2017.brownpapertickets.com

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One Response to “Hospitality House’s ‘Walk for the Women’ fundraiser will be Saturday, Sept. 16”
  1. Concerned Readers says:

    Got some good information during the last roundtable meeting on homelessness as it affects our community, about the vital daytime services that Hospitality House has been providing over the years. According to Hospitality House’s representative, the median age for the 75-80 women per year that they serve is 50-55 years or older and getting older. Increasingly, there are some with dementia issues that need folks from aging services involved. So it was good to see the meeting provide a roundtable helping link service providers together. Auburn’s Mayor’s Task Force presented really good information; the presenter stated that it helped them talk about something that is really difficult to talk about – resources tend to be siloed. They looked at concerns from businesses, the library and schools, and had the biggest community response they had ever had.

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