Closer to Home

Thank you for attending Bellwether’s
CLOSER TO HOME Breakfast at Benaroya Hall.

With your help we raised $110,312!

These contributions will help further
our mission – to provide affordable housing in Seattle – 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 by going to  or by
clicking here.







Investco Financial Corporation

Unico Properties

US Bank

David & Sarah Lewontin




Davis Wright Tremaine LLP


Geotech Consultants, Inc.

JPMorgan Chase

Kantor Taylor

Nicholson Kovalchick Architects

Pacifica Law Group

Plum Creek Timber

Puckett & Redford PLLC

Sprague Pest Solutions

Sterling Bank

The Commerce Bank of WA

Washington Holdings

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