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Old Times

Old Times

This alley brought back memories as I walked by it last week. I slept there years ago, when I was living on the street. “Thank God for what He saved me from!” Today I stopped by the Real Change magazine depot downtown and dropped off some rain gear. The guys and gals there who sell … Continue reading

WHAT MAN AMONG YOU, IF HE HAS A HUNDRED SHEEP AND LOSES ONE OF THEM, DOES NOT LEAVE THE NINETY-NINE IN THE PASTURE AND GO AFTER THE ONE THAT IS LOST, UNTIL HE FINDS IT?

Extreme Sobriety is not trying to solve the homeless crisis in Seattle. Rather, we're searching the streets for just one man or woman who is reaching out for help. He or she is somewhere out there.

Paddling for a Cause

From Bainbridge Island, WA to Ketchikan, AK

SHOULD YOU GIVE MONEY TO A PANHANDLER?

Click on the link below for the perspective of one who used to beg and busk. http://wp.me/p3N9xw-qB

Homelessness in Seattle

In the Seattle King County area, the homeless problem is growing with more than 10,000 people living on the streets or in shelters. Homelessness and drug addiction is a dreadful social illness plaguing the nation. More than 1 million people in the U.S. are homeless, with approximately 30 percent of these people suffering from mental illness and 50 percent chronically addicted to drugs, alcohol or both. Approximately 70 percent of homeless veterans are estimated to be substance abusers. Extreme Sobriety commends the organizations that provide caring services to these folks. It takes a great deal of time, hard work, resources, and heart to do what they do. We are grateful and touched for every homeless individual or addict that responds to this care. Our own Steve Rhoades, formerly homeless himself, was helped by Seattle's Compass Center over twenty years ago. He is now regularly walking the same streets, looking for someone else who has his hand out - someone who is reaching for the same help that he himself once received.

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Never Underestimate the Power of Community

Never Underestimate the Power of Community

In case you haven’t heard, it’s National Volunteer Week! At Millionair Club Charity, we are so grateful to the 800+ volunteers who have rolled up their sleeves to help their neighbors over the past year. MCC volunteers help us in so many ways. Our volunteers range in age from 8 to 90+. They come from […]

97 years and over 7 million nutritious, delicious meals

97 years and over 7 million nutritious, delicious meals

In honor of National Nutrition Month, our Director of Food Programs wanted to share how MCC works to ensure everyone who comes to us for food during the week has well-balanced nutrition, and why that is important. MCC’s meals program is one of the foundational support services we offer, as we’ve easily served over 7 […]

2017 Millionair Club Charity Community Impact

2017 Millionair Club Charity Community Impact

In 2017, MCC supporters helped 1,109 people struggling with homelessness and/or unemployment rebuild their lives through jobs. A big THANK YOU to all of our volunteers, partners and donors–we couldn’t do it without you! Please share this video to spread the word about how you helped make a difference this year.

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Read Steve's story here: https://www.nwcatholic.org/features/nw-stories/cover-story-the-road-to-recovery

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