Working together. Helping people get home again.

Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services is made up of community members who have a passion for helping men, women and families experiencing homelessness and poverty connect with the care and services they need.


We currently manage two programs, the Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelter and the Resource Center.

During the COVID 19 Outbreak we have increased need for donations of all types. Please click here to find out how you can help during this time.


We would love for you to join us in our work!  Whether you want to help in the "background" or provide direct service in the Resource Center or the Winter Shelter, we offer many ways to get involved.


 Visit our volunteer page or sign up for a meal.  You are also welcome to provide financial support or send us something from our Amazon Wish List.

Who We Are

How To Help

​​Shelter Update:


Our congregate shelter is scheduled to open on Mon, Nov 30th.  Please click HERE for more information.


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and to ensure proper social distancing, we have reduced the numbers of beds available in our congregate shelter to 10.  Please follow the steps on our shelter page to register for a bed.

During this state of emergency, we are helping to find alternative shelter for people who are at greatest risk for contracting COVID-19. Please call (425) 773-2874 if you are in a high-risk category and in need of shelter.

Supported by United Way of King County

​Please support our programs by choosing us as your preferred non-profit through Amazon Smile.

Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services

Are you in need of shelter?  Please call or text 425.773.2874

​​OUR MISSION:

Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services' mission is to help people reclaim their lives.  We provide life-changing services to those experiencing homelessness by working with our communities to provide emergency shelter, social services, and connections to permanent housing. We believe deeply in the power of relationships and work to meet people exactly where they are.

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