Toss your clunky furniture and replace your old furniture with some smaller, modern pieces from America's Mattress in Tumwater.
Who's ready to make over their wardrobe? Ladies in the market for a new look will love the items available at this store.
Let your personality shine in your home some new bedroom furniture from here, such as bedroom furniture.
When your furniture is starting to wear and tear, replace it with a new set from here, such as living room furniture.
Whether you need a new bathroom storage unit or plan on doing a complete remodel, you can't go wrong with the vast selection of furnishings featured.
You'll be the most popular one at the office when you replace old furniture with some of the trendiest offerings at store.
A rocking bench? A table for six? Whatever outdoor and patio furniture you're looking for, this store has just what you're looking for.
Take any space and complete it with a beautiful new piece of art.
Even if your aesthetic tastes are as different as can be, you and your loved ones will fulfill all your home decorating needs with items like rugs, throw pillows, and vases.
Wall decorations such as curtains and mirrors are sure to catch your eye, so stop in and see what else is on hand.
At America's Mattress, you can safely park just around the corner.
Whether you have a knack for interior design or have never picked up a paintbrush, the experts at America's Mattress will help you find the right furnishings for your home.
In 1987, the Associated Ministries Day of Awareness sponsored a forum called Housing the Homeless: Community Action Day. Local activists, housing providers, and government officials discussed the problem of limited housing opportunities for residents experiencing homelessness. Many of them continued to brainstorm solutions long after the forum, most of which fell outside realm of the current social safety nets. Then, in 1990, a group of these participants banded together and founded Homes First! as a legal entity that could actively create housing opportunities for people with low incomes.
Homes First! acquires and remodels homes, apartments, and duplexes, collaborates with local organizations, and works with individuals to find them affordable places to live. It currently rents 42 units to individuals and families, whose rent payments go to fund maintenance, staff oversight, and future housing projects. A three-person team conducts operations at Homes First!, ensuring that it maintains an active link to the county. Homes First! also works with other nonprofits to find homes for people with disabilities or addiction issues, and to advocate for homes for people experiencing homelessness.
Emergency Food Network (EFN) strives to provide a reliable food supply to 67 food banks and hot-meal sites to ensure that no one in Pierce County goes hungry. Each year, EFN supplies more than 13 million pounds of nutritious food—including fresh produce from its 8-acre organic Mother Earth Farm—for distribution to families and individuals from low-income households.
For students to be successful in school, they need to know that they’re safe and secure and that people care about them. Working with this in mind, Communities In Schools of Peninsula rallies local support for children and provides programs and services to assist students in ways not always available through the school system. The organization takes a focused approach to helping kids: mentors and volunteers take time to get to know the children, and one mentor usually stays paired with the same students throughout the school year. With this approach, they can coordinate services that meet their students’ specific needs, from helping them get eyeglasses to providing one-on-one afterschool tutoring.
Communities In Schools of Peninsula’s programs include mentoring elementary- and middle-school students in reading and math, raising funds for school supplies for students in need, and supporting school strategies to eliminate bullying and harassment. The organization also connects students with summer-camp scholarships, empowering at-risk youth to stay out of trouble.
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Harmony Hill Retreat Center has the best amenities around. Enjoy Harmony Hill Retreat Center when you stay in Union.
If you're planning on driving to Harmony Hill Retreat Center, you can rest assured knowing that ample parking is in the area.
For a relaxing getaway you are sure to remember, book a stay at Harmony Hill Retreat Center in Union and enjoy an ultimate weekend of pampering.
Caffeine addicts flock to Coffee Strong for a little extra energy throughout the day.
Great healthy food is hard to find, but it is served at a vegan standard at Coffee Strong.
Warm weather brings out Coffee Strong's highly coveted patio seating.
Dine at Coffee Strong and keep your car safely parked in a nearby lot.
Morning, noon, or night, you can head on over to Coffee Strong since they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Coffee Strong serves up freshly brewed coffee, so make your way over and enjoy a good cup of Joe.