Seattle's Union Gospel Mission clothing line humanizes homeless, creates jobs

Seattle's Union Gospel Mission is launching a line of clothing as a way to humanize the homeless and to create jobs for the people the Mission serves.

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According to President Jeff Lilley, the Union Gospel Mission, Lilley said, does not believe that the homeless should be consigned to living on the street. The Mission advocates for the homeless, but that all those living on the street should get access to safe living spaces.
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Original article: Seattle's Union Gospel Mission clothing line humanizes homeless, creates jobs



Neal McNamara, Writer, KTTH
Originally from the Northeast, Neal McNamara has worked as a news reporter for more than 10 years at newspapers across the U.S., landing most recently in Seattle.

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