Other ways to support St. Martin's Programs:
Auction Item Donations – We need your assistance in procuring high-end or unique items or services for the live auction. Please help us meet our fundraising goal of $300,000! Have an idea or an item to donate? Contact Joanne Barenberg at email@example.com
Our volunteers are critical in allowing Saint Martin’s Programs to stay open 365 days a year. Contact StMartindePorresShelter@ccsww.org to donate your time and skills.
Give In Kind!
Current St. Martin's wish-list:
If you have items to contribute, please email: StMartindePorresShelter@ccsww.org
St. Martin’s Programs are three distinct programs serving the elderly and disabled homeless in downtown Seattle. In 2013, St. Martin’s Programs served 1854 individuals, providing 102,175 shelter beds and 206,031 meals, as well as additional support services.
ST. MARTIN DE PORRES SHELTER
LAZARUS DAY CENTER
ST. MARTIN’S ON WESTLAKE
A night shelter for more than 212 men age 50 and older. The shelter is open 365 nights a year from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. and during the day for medical convalescent care. Services include hot meals, clothing, hygiene facilities, housing assistance, housing case management and drug/alcohol and mental health counseling.
A day center for homeless men and women age 50 and older. The Lazarus is open 365 days a year from 1:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Services include hot meals, showers, restrooms, clothing, library, a mailing address, laundry facilities and housing case management for a daily average of 300 people.
Permanent housing and support services for elderly and disabled homeless men over the age of 55. The program serves 57 previously homeless men in downtown Seattle, who in addition to housing, receive meals, health care services, chemical dependency counseling, case management and help with daily living. St. Martin's on Westlake helps people successfully make the transition from homelessness into housing.
1561 Alaskan Way South
416 2nd Avenue Ext. S
P.O. Box 4741
2008 Westlake Avenue
DIRECTLY FROM PROCEEDS OF THIS GOLF TOURNAMENT,
This translates into 242,847 nights of shelter or 266,475 meals!