Making Our Community Home
Share Mission Statement
Share believes every person counts. Together we pursue a stronger community by building relationships, advocating for equitable access to housing and food stability while empowering every individual to grow and thrive.
Share Vision Statement
Share envisions a community without hunger, where all people have safe and adequate housing and the skills to enhance their quality of life.
Share at a Glance
Share provides services to individuals and families and prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, economic status, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation and marital or family status.
Share believes every person counts. We provide a spectrum of services, including street outreach, emergency shelters, free meal programs, subsidized housing for low-income individuals and families and more. Diversity, equity and inclusion remain at the forefront of our work, as we advocate for equitable access to housing and food stability while empowering every individual to grow and thrive.
We publish an annual report to provide transparency to our community, donors and clients about our program and services. Click here for our current and past annual reports.
Sources of Our Funding in 2021
- Government Grants & Contracts: $20,111,199
- Community Donations: $2,209,908
- Rental Income: $201,002
- Other Income: $59,952
How Our Money Was Spent in 2021
- Client Supportive Services: $12,781,517
- Personnel & Administration: $5,928,993
- Professional Services: $924,535
- Occupancy/Rent: $590,643
- Ordinary Expenses: $960,859
- Fundraising: $729,536
2021 Net Assets: $10,938,366
Confidentiality & Privacy Policies
The Notice of Privacy Practices is to ensure that all Share Employees and Business Associates preserve the integrity and confidentiality of client protected health information (PHI) consistent with the privacy rules of Washington, the federal Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA), and under general, professional ethics. This Notice of Privacy Practices also specifies client rights regarding the use of their protected health information (PHI), and to describe and maintain a process for filing a complaint in the event a client feels those rights have been violated.