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Media Inquiries and MSC News

Multi-Service Center welcomes media inquiries regarding our work in the South King County community. Media inquiries should be directed to:

Robin Corak, CEO or Sarah McNiesh, Development Director
253.835.7678
[email protected]

Making a change in life

“I’m a proud father with my kids in college,” Jermaine shares, “but you know what? They told me they are proud of me for making this change in my life.” He is the father of [...]

By |June 27th, 2019|Categories: Giving, Housing, Stories of Hope|0 Comments

Superheroes sometimes need help too

Skyler is a real-life superhero and goes by SkyMan. He feels a strong sense of serving his community through inspiration and peer support. Skyler’s sense of purpose as a real-life superhero and duty to help [...]

By |June 13th, 2019|Categories: Giving, Housing, Stories of Hope|0 Comments

They got us a home

“MSC helped us a lot and is still helping us. They got us a home. Our MSC case manager is always the first person I call,” shared Takisha. In August 2018, Takisha’s family lost their [...]

By |May 7th, 2019|Categories: Education/Employment, Energy, Food/Clothing Bank, Giving, Housing, Stories of Hope|0 Comments

Fighting to live

“I had to fight to live,” shares Ann.* At 27 years old, Ann left Honduras and immigrated to the United States to be with her husband. She left behind family, including several children. She also [...]

By |April 29th, 2019|Categories: Housing, Stories of Hope|0 Comments

It meant the world to me

At 33 years of age, Alicia is focusing on getting her life back on track. Over the last several years, she has struggled with substance abuse issues, an abusive former partner, and the loss of [...]

By |April 15th, 2019|Categories: Housing, Stories of Hope|0 Comments

My Stress Coach

“I was running from my grief,” says Cynthia. Cynthia is a single parent to 13-year-old twin girls and also a daughter in college. Just over five years ago, Cynthia lost two other children and her [...]

By |April 9th, 2019|Categories: News/Media, Stories of Hope|0 Comments