What We Do

Pictures of a worker in a restaurant chopping vegetables, a woman working at Safeco Field smiling, and two men posing while working at a construction site.

Since 1921 the Millionair Club Charity has helped to rebuild thousands of lives by providing jobs, meals and other essential support services to individuals who are experiencing homelessness, unemployment or underemployment in the greater Seattle area.

The Millionair Club Charity is addressing homelessness in our community by providing programs that develop economic opportunities for individuals while building their self-reliance.

We provide:

  • Daily work assignments, temporary and permanent job placements
    to offer men and women an opportunity to earn a wage and escape homelessness and unemployment
  • Staffing and employment services
    for businesses and homeowners to help meet their demand for labor
  • Job Training and Licensing
    to help our workers become qualified and job-ready
  • Nutritious hot meals and sack lunches
    to fuel workers for the job
  • Housing Assistance
    to stabilize lives and enhance our workers’ chances of achieving permanent employment
  • Shower and laundry facilities
    to provide dignity to individuals who are experiencing homelessness
  • Eye care and free eyeglasses
    to support readiness to work
  • Food Pantry and Clothing Closet
    to equip men and women with what they need to rebuild their lives
  • Connections to community services
    to ensure we are supporting our men and women every step of the way

We model the independence we encourage. We are proud that we’ve subsisted for decades primarily on private donations from individuals, foundations and corporations. We are supported by community-minded people that come from varied backgrounds and are not affiliated with any one religious, political or social group. And, despite what some assume from our name, our backers are ordinary people like you.

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