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Spotlighting the Hoff Foundation

This week we hear from Judy Hoff, Founder and CEO of The Hoff Foundation located in Everett WA. The Hoff Foundation includes Esther’s Place, Queen it’s a New Day, New and Creation Housing for women coming out of sex trafficking, drugs/alcohol addiction, and homelessness.
As we head into the cold weather there are things we can do to help them as they reach out to the homeless and opioid community in hopes of rehabilitation. Gloves are a big need and hand warmers. Also with Christmas approaching simple useful gifts for the women helps bring them joy through the holidays. You can send money or gifts to the Hoff Foundation at 2639 Rockefeller Ave Everett WA 98201. Or you can go to their webpage https://www.hofffoundation.org/ to volunteer at the day center, Esther’s Place, desperate for volunteers or for the Christmas Party.


Each week host Laurie Hardie brings you the issues affecting the Pacific Northwest and the people making a difference in our community and sometimes beyond. Expect compelling conversations with local leaders and influencers. Spotlight is dedicated to presenting you with issues that matter – including education, health, mental health, and the environment.

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