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September is Meals Month!

Six days each week we serve two meals per day + take-out at Elizabeth Gregory Home’s Day Center for over 1,000 meals per month!

Our Meals Program depends on volunteer and donor support.

Find out how you can be involved. <<LEARN MORE>>





We welcome individual women to Elizabeth Gregory Home’s Day Center and Transitional Housing Program.*


Elizabeth Gregory Home provides hope and help to hundreds of homeless and at-risk women in the greater Seattle area each year.  We offer compassionate care through our drop-in Day Center, Transitional Housing program and case management services. 

What EGH Needs

Our Day Center depends on donated items to provide for the essential needs of our clients. From shampoo to reading glasses, there are many items you can donate to EGH to help women experiencing homelessness.

Inspiring Women's Stories

Women who experience homelessness and housing insecurity come to EGH for transitional housing, a drop-in day center with a range of essential services, individual care management and a sense of belonging. Hear what our clients have to say.


We showed our PRIDE in 2023

We showed our PRIDE in 2023

EGH volunteers, clients, staff and friends all walked together to show our values of Respect, Inclusion, Community, and Empathy at the Seattle PRIDE Parade on Sunday June 25th. At EGH, we believe everyone who walks through our doors – clients, volunteers, employees,...

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EGH Open House July 12th

EGH Open House July 12th

Elizabeth Gregory Home (EGH) will be holding an Open House on Wednesday July 12th from 4:30pm to 6:30pm. This drop-in event is an opportunity for us to share our mission, showcase our facility, and bring together the donors, volunteers, and nonprofit partners that...

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Gifts In-Kind

Gifts In-Kind

        In addition to monetary donations, Elizabeth Gregory Home relies on generous in-kind gifts for our clients. Food, blankets, warm coats, clothing as well as shampoo and skin care products – each year we receive thousands of items which are...

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*Families or men in need of assistance can call the 211 resource line or visit www.wa211.org for resources

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