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Bellwether is a nonprofit that has provided affordable housing for low-income people for over 34 years. Our employees are committed to making a difference in our community. We’re proud to be one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in Washington for 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, as well as one of the best nonprofits in the State. Come join our award-winning team.
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Property Management Administrative Assistant

Bellwether Housing is a highly respected non-profit housing organization, providing affordable apartments to 1,900 households in 30 properties throughout Seattle.  Bellwether Housing is proud to be one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in Washington for 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014, as well as one of the best nonprofits in the State.  Come join [...]

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The $15 Debate

By Heather Song, Bellwether’s Executive Assistant This is a big deal. Seattle City Council just approved a gradual increase of the minimum wage to $15.00 per hour. Seattle is indeed the bellwether when it comes to the national debate over the minimum wage. This debate is an interesting one for me personally because if you [...]

501 Commons and Bellwether’s Emergency Preparedness Plan Recognized

America’s Service Commissions (ASC) and Innovations in Civic Participation (ICP) have recognized the joint efforts of 501 Commons and Bellwether Housing. During 2013, both organizations worked to create emergency preparedness plans for three of Bellwether Housing’s apartments: Security House, Kingway Apartments, and Tate Mason Apartments. Consultants with Volunteer Generation Fund (VGF) acted as liaison to [...]

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