This year, Seattle will invest the most it ever has in affordable housing, a total of $110 million, Mayor Jenny Durkan said Monday. The Seattle Times’ Project Homeless is funded by BECU, The Bernier McCaw Foundation, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Campion Foundation, the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, Raikes Foundation, Schultz Family Foundation, Seattle Foundation, Seattle Mariners, Starbucks and the University of Washington. The Seattle Times maintains editorial control over Project Homeless content. AdvertisingEmily Alvarado, director of the Seattle Office of Housing, stressed that federal dollars only made up a “modest” contribution to this year’s investments. It’s the first project of its kind in Seattle, according to the Office of Housing.
Source: Ethiopian News December 10, 2019 02:37 UTC