Centerstone will participate in the Hopscotch CD on June 1st! Hopscotch CD is a group of neighbors getting together to create a 1.8-mile temporary hopscotch path around the Central District neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, USA for the fun of it. Neighbors, businesses, social organizations, and schools in the neighborhood are all pulling together to create one amazing activity-filled day on June 1st! Centerstone will be open to the public during this time, where neighbors and participants can stop by to learn about what we do. We will also host a play space for children in the park, serve hotdogs, play live music and attempt to have the most people hopscotching at one time for the Guinness Book of World records in our parking lot. We hope you will join us! To learn more visit the Hopscotch CD website.
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Enjoy the Hopscotch CD on June 1st with Centerstone!
Thank You for GivingBIG to Centerstone!
Thank you to everyone who participated in The Seattle Foundation’s GiveBIG 2013 Campaign. The Seattle Foundation raised $11.1 million in 24 hours for over 1,400 Seattle area nonprofits! Centerstone would also like to thank personally the 17 individuals (and a Microsoft match!) who honored Centerstone with their GiveBIG donations, totaling $2,427.95. Through generous contributions from The Seattle Foundation, this amount will stretch to support Centerstone’s programs and services. We could not do what we do without all your generous support.
CAMP is now Centerstone
We are excited to announce that Central Area Motivation Program has changed its name to Centerstone! We chose this name because it embraces our history in the community and demonstrates how we support people of all cultures access help through food, energy assistance, housing assistance, and education. To hear more about how we are changing people’s lives, contact us for a tour or more information. » Learn more