Join Alan in support of Giving Thanks. Giving Hope. Giving Twenty


What’s the impact of a $20 gift?
Your gift to Plymouth Housing Group works to eliminate homelessness, build hope and transform lives. Learn more about how you are making a difference.
What is Paul’s story?
Paul Lambros, Plymouth’s fearless and innovative leader has led this organization to be one of the most successful models for ending homeless in this city, if not the country. Read more about Paul.
How can I get more involved with Plymouth?
Plymouth relies heavily on the generosity of our volunteers and corporate partners to further our mission to end homelessness in our community. See how you can get more involved.

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Please help Plymouth alleviate the pain of homelessness

This is a picture of one of my beautiful daughters and her dog. When I reflect on the comfortable and happy life my wife and I have been able to provide for her, it makes it all that more difficult to witness such poverty and suffering on the streets of Seattle each day.

Having the opportunity to work with Paul over the years has shown myself and many others the true character of this man. He is absolutely driven to alleviate some of this pain in our community.

Please join me in contributing to this great cause and honoring such a dedicated champion of the disadvantaged in Paul.

About Plymouth Housing

Plymouth Housing Group works to eliminate homelessness and address its causes by preserving, developing and operating safe, quality, supportive housing and by providing homeless adults with opportunities to stabilize and improve their lives.

Plymouth subscribes to the “Housing First” philosophy, operating on the principle that people cannot improve their lives until they have a safe, stable place to live. Plymouth Housing Group has helped more than 3,000 people leave the trauma of long-term homelessness. To learn more about Plymouth click here.

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