- 2- Affordable Housing helps students. $2500 support our programs.
- A Virtual Balloon Pop
- Viva Italia!
- Feeling Lucky?
- Hand Picked Wines-Board Wine Package
- Exquisite Collection of Rare Washington Wines
- METHOW VALLEY GETAWAY
- Enhance your beauty and well-being
- Cactus Southwest Kitchen & Bar Gift Card
- Whole Foods Market Gift Card
- Joy Stanford2
Shared Housing Services' Online Auction is Open!
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The need for safe and affordable housing has never been greater. By donating or bidding on our online event, you will be providing the funding our Homesharing Programs need to address the continuing housing and homelessness crises.
Our Board and Staff thank you for your kind consideration and support! Together we will make a difference in our community.
What clients have said about homesharing:
“When I came in to this program, I was lost. I was a different person then, than I am now. I am stronger now, and I am legitimately living my dream life. I couldn’t have done this without the support that Shared Housing Services and my host home provider gave me through this journey, I am just so happy.” - Youth Host Home Participant
“We were looking at the extra bedrooms in our home and thinking how they could be made helpful for other people.” - Collegiate Homesharing Provider
“She willingly helps me. It feels comfortable having her in the house; she has definitely been a housemate I am very fortunate to have.” – Adult Homesharing Provider
“I tell everyone about Shared Housing because they have been so great in helping me find the perfect situation. I couldn’t have asked for anything better.” – Adult Homesharing Seeker
What is being said nationally about homesharing:
Homesharing is an increasingly important component in the quest to use existing housing stock more efficiently. It expediently creates more affordable room rental options, while at the same time addressing increasing crises in our rapidly aging society. - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The model, panelists agreed, can benefit a diverse range of people, including single adults, college students, transition-age youth, and seniors. – National Alliance to End Homelessness 2020 Conference
Shared housing has reemerged as a strategy to cope with problems such as the rising cost of housing, inadequate supply in general and a lack of affordable housing in particular, stagnant incomes, and inadequate public resources. - Office of Policy Development and Research
Make Your Bid to Support Shared Housing Services!
Now is your chance to not only get all the great items you want but to do it knowing you are helping support our organization and mission.