Closer to Home

Bellwether’s 4th Annual CLOSER TO HOME Breakfast at Marion Oliver McCaw Hall was a great success. With your help we raised $117,220! 

These contributions will help further our mission – to provide affordable housing in Seattle and throughout Washington state - and will promote the triple bottom line benefits that housing supports: 

For another look at the video from the breakfast please click below.

Donations are always welcome! If you weren’t able to contribute earlier you may do so now by clicking here - or by contacting Julie Lombardo (206-957-2700).

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

VISIONARY

CHAMPION

UnionBank

ADVOCATE

BECU

Investco

Kantor Taylor

KeyBank

David & Sarah Lewontin

Weber Thompson

PARTNER

Bio Clean

Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Ecotope

Enterprise

Geotech Consultants, Inc.

Loveridge Hunt & Co., PLLC

National Equity Fund

Pacifica Law Group

Puckett & Redford, PLLC

Quantum Management Services, Inc.

Runberg Architecture Group, PLLC

Sprague Pest Solutions

Umpqua Bank

 

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