April 27 – Together, We are Community – Volunteer Opportunity
Tinte Cellars – Mary’s Place Welcome Home Baskets – Saturday, April 27, 5:00-6:00pm
Join Tinte Cellars staff and wine club members and support Mary’s Place for families who are moving into their new homes, by providing Welcome Home Baskets with all the essentials!
- Sign up online to bring REQUESTED donation items, and to attend the basket making event.
- Come to the Tinte Cellars Warehouse Winery location at 5:00pm on Saturday April 27, along with the SPECIFIC items you signed up to bring.
- Help put together four welcome home baskets, including a homemade card and ribbon.
- Socialize with other Tinte Cellars volunteers over wine and snacks, and feel great about supporting previously homeless families!
Want to Help? To see a list of the REQUESTED items and to sign-up, please visit (and scroll to the end of the page to see the list): https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050d48aeaa22a6f49-tinte
Location: Tinte Cellars – William Church and Cuillin Hills wineries located in the Woodinville Warehouse District: 19495 144th Ave. NE, # A-100, Woodinville, WA 98072
*Mary’s Place provides a welcoming and accepting environment where women, children, and families who are experiencing homelessness can find day and night shelter, nourishment, hope, and resources to help them find employment and permanent housing. Mary’s Place is there, standing in the gap, providing emergency family shelter for families who have lost their homes to stay together, tonight. And tomorrow, their housing and employment specialists will work with these families to help them find stable, permanent housing. Guests at Mary’s Place range from young adults to seniors and represent diverse backgrounds in race, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, education, and life experience. The children they see have often witnessed or experienced violence and are often experiencing hunger, dislocation, uncertainty, anxiety, and depression. Nearly half of the mothers we see have experienced domestic violence. All of our women and families live well below the poverty line, and many struggle with disabilities and depression.