Condo residents bonding over charity (WA)

Responding to the homeless crisis facing the city, several First Hill Plaza residents have formed a committee to provide support to local service organizations. The hope is that residents in neighboring buildings are inspired to do the same.  “It all started actually on Memorial Day,” said Helen Goehring. “I had just moved in here a few months before.”  Goehring was at an event for single women in the condominium complex when a fellow resident asked how she liked living there. She said she really liked living at First Hill Plaza, but was concerned about the number of homeless people in the neighborhood, some of which are mentally ill.     Read the article…………..

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