For the first time, Comcast Cares Day partnered with the annual Bridge-2-Beach Rainer Valley Earth Day Clean Up to coordinate a day of giving back to the vibrant neighborhoods of SE Seattle.
Our very own Executive Director, Tony To (3rd from left), was given the Practitioner of the Year award from the National NeighborWorks® Association (NNA) at the Annual NeighborWorks® Executive Directors Symposium in Washington DC this past April.
Plate of Nations celebrated its 5th anniversary this year by going green.
HomeSight announces funding opportunity for Community Based Organizations: Request for Qualification for Ready to Work HomeSight is honored to partner with the City of Seattle Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs to launch this innovative approach that connects English language learning and placement in to quality jobs supported by a collaboration of community based organizations and service providers as well as the Seattle Colleges and other partners.
Pat Montgomery has been with HomeSight for 19 years and counting! Before she settled into coaching first-time homebuyers, she worked in different departments within the organization—including outreach and lending—giving her a comprehensive understanding of the entire home buying process.
We understand that being a homeowner can provide stability, create solid financial futures, and foster healthy neighborhoods.
Teresa Ogino, HomeSight’s Lending Operations Manager, has worked in the banking and finance business for more than 23 years.
“Come Dance with Us!” The 7th Annual Othello Park International Music and Arts Festival, a Seafair Sanctioned Community Event, was held on Sunday, August 18th in a grassy lawn, under the big, beautiful trees that line Othello Park.