Our mission is to alleviate the effects of poverty, hunger, homelessness and addiction by providing community-based social services to those in need.
FOOD for those who are Hungry HYGIENE for those who are Homeless RECOVERY for those who are Addicted.
Want to learn what’s happening at ICS? Read our newsletter and explore our blog!
Click on the image below to read our full Spring 2019 Newsletter!
Thank you for joining us for the
4th ANNUAL PUTT PUTT TOURNAMENT!
This Saturday we had an amazing time playing Putt Putt and fundraising for those experiencing hunger, homelessness and addiction. We are so grateful for our wonderful team captains and team players: you make our work possible!
Who played this year? Thanks to our awesome teams:
It’s a (SAND) Trap! | The Doers | Supper Club Leftovers | Champions Foundation | Talk Birdie To Me | Team RESI | Matt Talbot
Real Friends Don’t Let Friends Play Golf | Chitty Chitty Putt Putt| Comrades of Compass| New Bees | Disco Boogie
A HUGE thank you to our amazing sponsors. It is only thanks to our wonderfful partners that we are able to serve the most vulnerable in our communities.
Apply today to help those experiencing hunger, homelessness and addiction. We need a caring, hard-working and devoted person to join our team!
The Development & Program Assistant is responsible for assisting the Executive Director in the efficient operation of development, communications and administrative functions of Immanuel Community Services (ICS) programs. Click here to learn more and find out how to apply.
Our online Annual Report is now LIVE!
Click on the picture below to read about our successes in 2018.
Thank you for believing in our mission. Because of your support and partnership, we provided Food for those who are Hungry, Hygiene for those who are Homeless and Recovery for those who are Addicted. We will continue to carry this mission into 2019 with compassion and kindness.
Along with many other organizations working with those experiencing homelessness in Seattle, ICS was very disappointed in the KOMO TV story. Read our response to this upsetting story below:
Many of you may have seen the KOMO television special, "Seattle Is Dying". Sadly, this show is deeply flawed and not as transparent or accurate as it would like you to believe. We cannot criminalize our neighbors who do not have homes. We cannot simplify the issue and...
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