Help wanted: 1st-ever director for Family Promise Seattle

On the day one local nonprofit organization says its sad goodbye, another one is expanding by looking for its first Executive Director. Here’s what Ann Kendall wrote about the search in e-mail to WSB:

Family Promise Seattle is a new nonprofit here in West Seattle – we are seeking our first-ever director. We’re part of a national network ( – helping newly homeless families with temporary shelter (in local congregations of all faiths), and by operating a Day Center where folks can have an address, phone, internet and a case worker who will assist the families with all transitional needs. Goal is to get folks into permanent housing asap. Nationally the average stay for a family in the program is just about 40 days and we are hopeful we can do the same once we get going.

… Finding someone with ties to W. Seattle area would be great in getting us started. Full job description is located on our “director search” page. We will be operating our Day Center right next to West Side Presbyterian.

Here’s the direct link to the page Ann mentioned.

1 Reply to "Help wanted: 1st-ever director for Family Promise Seattle"

  • GenHillOne December 18, 2007 (9:19 pm)

    So maybe it’s Family Promise, or Tent City, or (insert name here), but is there some non-profit endeavor that could benefit from the Huling property that sits empty right now, with no rent coming in? Is there a group that could temporarily (let’s be honest and say we wouldn’t expect it to be indefinite) use the space for a win-win?

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