Babies Of Homelessness is hosting our first Back-To-School & MORE event August 19th. With over 8,000 homeless children in King and Snohomish counties, there are far too many kiddos who will not be able to start their school year off
Meet Anna Osorio. She selected Babies of Homelessness as her Civil Action Project at Finn Hill Middle School and presented tonight to raise awareness about the issues babies and children face with homelessness in Seattle. You go, girl! As parents
BOH was honored to be chosen by some pretty amazing young ladies at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church in Kirkland. These young ladies invited us to come in and explain the organization; which they then organized their very own presentation AND
You would be shocked to hear the last count in Snohomish and King counties, alone! We have A LOT of work to do! There are nearly 4,000 homeless children (3,788) in the 15 school districts in Snohomish County. Of those,
We were honored that The Ron & Don Show was interested in covering our story on air. Love the additional exposure so we can help MORE babies! 🙂 You can hear the story here
Hello BOH nation! Our baby Shower event is right around the corner! please see the events page for more details and please SHARE, SHARE, SHARE with your freinds and family! If you have not signed up for the event or
BOH attended the Homeless Here event hosted by Sno-Isle Libraries last night. The attendance was impressive!! It was wonderful to see the Snohomish community come together to ask questions and educate themselves on this crisis. Some there were personally affected, some
Met with a family today at the Bellevue Library. Mom Kristina, and her 3 children are fleeing a very volatile domestic violence situation and are homeless. Mom is suffering from a chronic illness triggered by stress. So needless to say,
Today, Andrew, age 5 sits in a small hotel room with his parents. Dad is working, and mom is open to BoH LOVE that helps her son, who she cares about very much! Today we delivered clothing essentials to them.
As a clear day turned into a cold night, UGM’s Search & Rescue pulled its LOVE van into the U-District parking lot behind Radio Shack. To our surprise, we would meet the beautiful Lily wrapped in bright pink, heart-covered blanket.