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Le Chateau – 15 N Naches Ave.

Friday, November 4th
A Night for Community

Sunrise Outreach Center, Justice Housing, and Rotaract have joined together with an effort to build community solutions for feeding families, and housing our homeless. We will start with an event which brings the community together, address  its needs, and open an invitation to participate with solutions.  Our goal is to develop funds which will maintain food sourcing, expand distribution, and grow our provision. We also want to grow Yakima’s permanent supportive housing inventory which will include an entirely new housing development.

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Feeding Families & Sourcing Housing:
 From Beds to Homes, Community Mobilization and Organizational Networking

Our Approach

Sunrise Outreach Center (SOC) is a Yakima Vineyard outreach ministry purposed on partnering with the Holy Spirit to love and serve people struggling through the effects of poverty. Although we are a faith based organization, we operate entirely in the public interest, and neither require participation nor displace anyone for not participating with any church activity. Our approach is twofold; first, to provide basic needs (food, water and shelter); secondly, to employ prevention strategies targeted at interrupting the ongoing cycle of inter-generational poverty.

The problem in Yakima County

Hunger and Homelessness are so large a problem in Yakima County that a proportionate response requires collaboration and localized community mobilization. There are people in need, others who want to help; we’re interested in both. We see God working as much with those who’ve come to help as those they’ve come to serve.

Community Solutions

SOC operates as a separate non-profit 501(c)3. This enables other churches and stakeholders partners to participate in community solutions. As a model, the board holds two Yakima Vineyard Board members in order to maintain Kingdom vision, but other positions are given to multiple church and community partners. The same holds true for the intercessory team which meets offsite in a backyard workshop every weekday morning for an hour to pray for those who serve, those they serve and our community.

Yakima Vineyard
Vineyard Justice Network

Looking for a Food Pantry?

If you live in Yakima, Wapato, Sunnyside, Mabton, Wiley City/Ahtanum or White Swan … we operate a weekly Food Pantry near you!

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Good-Morning, Here is a very exciting new video from Dave Hanson and an exclusive first sneak peak at one of our Auction items. Also, we are pleased to announce that Laura Michalek will be our Fundraising Auctioneer. Please check out her amazing bio below! I have also included a link to purchase your tickets now! Look forward to more exciting videos and auction item pictures to come.....!

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Fundraising Auctioneer Laura Michalek still relies on the endurance and discipline she possessed when at the age of 15, when she was the first female winner of the Chicago Marathon. While Ms. Michalek has hardly missed a day of running since then, it’s this intention to excel at what she loves that is most evident. “To me Auctioneering is about giving all of yourself, before and during the event, in a way that most folks wouldn’t expect.” (You can hear Ms. Michalek’s full story about her Marathon win through local NPR affiliate KNKX’s weekly Sound Effect broadcast, Episode #173.) Her style, fundraising insight, and commitment to her clients, and their mission, not only sets her apart, but has created a career beyond Ms. Michalek’s wildest dreams. “I’ve always been deeply interested in how non-profits I care about are going to sustain themselves, so it is nothing less than a thrill to know I can personally and professionally be part of that.” For 15 years prior to becoming a full time Fundraising Professional, Ms. Michalek owned and operated several nationally recognized vintage modern furniture stores in Seattle. “My critical eye, intuition, and energy level has been pretty consistent all these years, so whenever I set out to do something, it’s the same set of skills, just a slightly more developed new chapter.” As the youngest winner in the history of the Chicago Marathon, it has not been lost on Ms. Michalek that this experience informed her whole life. “When I start Auctioneering, it’s like being in the starting block all over again. I still set out to win, however, this time it’s for the organization I’m representing.”
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Good-Morning, Here is a very exciting new video from Dave Hanson and an exclusive first sneak peak at one of our Auction items. Also, we are pleased to announce that Laura Michalek will be our Fundraising Auctioneer. Please check out her amazing bio below!  I have also included a link to purchase your tickets now! Look forward to more exciting videos and auction item pictures to come.....!

https://youtube.com/shorts/VlrsN18Lav8?feature=share

https://event.auctria.com/e8b97fa1-30b4-4566-97a1-65e1dc0c49b1/a809178051b511ea91bae14d12592328

Fundraising Auctioneer Laura Michalek still relies on the endurance and discipline she possessed when at the age of 15, when she was the first female winner of the Chicago Marathon. While Ms. Michalek has hardly missed a day of running since then, it’s this intention to excel at what she loves that is most evident. “To me Auctioneering is about giving all of yourself, before and during the event, in a way that most folks wouldn’t expect.” (You can hear Ms. Michalek’s full story about her Marathon win through local NPR affiliate KNKX’s weekly Sound Effect broadcast, Episode #173.) Her style, fundraising insight, and commitment to her clients, and their mission, not only sets her apart, but has created a career beyond Ms. Michalek’s wildest dreams. “I’ve always been deeply interested in how non-profits I care about are going to sustain themselves, so it is nothing less than a thrill to know I can personally and professionally be part of that.” For 15 years prior to becoming a full time Fundraising Professional, Ms. Michalek owned and operated several nationally recognized vintage modern furniture stores in Seattle. “My critical eye, intuition, and energy level has been pretty consistent all these years, so whenever I set out to do something, it’s the same set of skills, just a slightly more developed new chapter.” As the youngest winner in the history of the Chicago Marathon, it has not been lost on Ms. Michalek that this experience informed her whole life. “When I start Auctioneering, it’s like being in the starting block all over again. I still set out to win, however, this time it’s for the organization I’m representing.”Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment
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