This is our main building,
The backyard at Jubilee House is
a beautiful sanctuary and retreat.
Jubilee House contains 27
bedrooms where women can live.
A typical bedroom houses a
twin bed, a sink, a desk and chair,
a window, a dresser, a reading
lamp, and one friendly resident.
The living room is a shared space
where women gather and relax
between working, going to school,
or volunteering in the community.
Each resident cleans one area of the
house, keeping it clean and inviting.
The dining room brings everyone
together for community meals and
day-to-day chatting between
Our fitness center gives women the
opportunity to be active even though
their income normally wouldn't allow
this important self-care.
The kitchen shines thanks to donated
granite countertops, very durable. The
lights are on motion detection to
Much of the building was built using
sustainable and green materials -
cork and bamboo floors, special tile,
and energy-efficient heating.
In a few years, this area will be an
overgrown "secret garden" where
residents can sit and read privately.
In this zen-like rock garden, women
can sit and make intricate designs
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These photos are of former graduates
of Jubilee, women who have completed
our program and moved on in the world
Our reception desk is normally staffed
by volunteers, especially trained in
helping homeless people find housing.
This sitting area overlooks Lake
Washington and many friendly
All the furniture you see has been
donated by members of the community
who share our vision in creating a safe,
respectful place for our residents.