Donna Moodie awarded, promoted

(Above: Donna was an integral organizer of the Community Kitchens for Affordable Housing Residents program that delivered over 8,000 free, nutritious meals to low-income residents experiencing food insecurity as a result of the pandemic. Donna ran the program out of her restaurant, Marjorie, in Capitol Hill.) November has been a busy month for Donna Moodie. 

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COVID-19 Resources for Residents

COVID-19 Rental Assistance  Having trouble paying rent? Community Roots Housing has rental assistance available for you! We are committed to supporting residents during this difficult time. Thanks to the COVID-19 Resilience Fund, we have money available to pay a portion of your rent. Simply fill out this application, attach your loss of employment verification, and submit

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New resident feedback portal launches

Community Roots Housing is committed to providing a high-level of service to our residents. One way we aim to do so is through the Current Resident Hub on our website. From one central spot online, residents can connect to service referrals, pay rent, and sign up for community news. We are excited to share that

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Protecting the pollinators of Capitol Hill

We can’t live without them. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, without pollinators the human race would not survive. Pollinators are a vital component of Earth’s ecosystems and consequently our food supply. That’s why the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict has joined Seattle Audubon‘s Capitol Hill Connections program. The program is a collaboration among Seattle’s

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Byrd Barr Place and their two-pronged approach to poverty

We sat down with Meredith Sibley of Byrd Barr Place (BBP) for a Q&A about our organizations’ respective work and how it has interacted over the years. What is Byrd Barr Place? Formerly the Central Area Motivation Program, we are one of Washington’s oldest community organizations, founded in the era of the Economic Opportunity Act

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Thank you for supporting Omnivorous 2020

Thank you to everyone that joined us for Omnivorous last night! Because of your incredible generosity, we had our most successful Omnivorous yet. For the first time, all the gifts from the night of the event are going directly to rental assistance – $170,000 to support residents and the small businesses in our buildings. Including

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Join us October 8 for Omnivorous

Join us Thursday, October 8, 2020 from 5:45 to 7 p.m. Each year, Community Roots Housing (formerly Capitol Hill Housing) brings together some of Seattle’s finest bars, restaurants, and distilleries for a night of exquisite food and drink in support of our work. Although we can’t meet in person this year for our usual fundraising

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