Our Work


Preserving stories of homelessness from those who’ve experienced it.… Continue reading StoryCorps

The Moth, Home: Lost and Found

Stories of homelessness told live.… Continue reading The Moth, Home: Lost and Found

Hack to End Homelessness

A two-day event that brought together tech and advocacy… Continue reading Hack to End Homelessness

American Refugees

Four animated short films about real families, homelessness, and resilience.… Continue reading American Refugees

All Home Infographic

An infographic displaying data on the state of homelessness in our community… Continue reading All Home Infographic

Looking Into Light

Journalism Fellowships

Invisible Families… Continue reading Journalism Fellowships

Building Changes

Columbia Legal Services

Columbia Legal Services advocates for people who face injustice and poverty.… Continue reading Columbia Legal Services

Washington Low Income Alliance

Streetwise: Revisited

Continue reading Streetwise: Revisited

Student Homelessness in Washington

Infographic… Continue reading Student Homelessness in Washington

Affordable Housing Week

Logo Design… Continue reading Affordable Housing Week


Logo Design… Continue reading SKHHP Logo

Schoolhouse Washington

Logo Design… Continue reading Schoolhouse Washington

Firesteel Blog


The Project on Family Homelessness Inocente to Seattle Sept. 26-28, 2013. Inocente is the unstoppable teenage Latina artist from San Diego who inspired the beautiful film INOCENTE, 2013’s Academy Award™ winner for Best Documentary Short. During her visit, Inocente also conducted a workshop for the youth served by Sanctuary Art Center in Seattle’s University District, attended a… Continue reading Inocente

Poverty and Toxic Stress in Children

The workshop, designed and instructed by our very own Perry Firth — took place on Aug. 11 on the SU campus — is designed for school professionals, social workers, counselors, nonprofit employees, housing authority staff and others who work with schoolchildren.