Like any good community outreach program, Urban Reconciliation Project (URP) has identified a need in our communities and we want to provide services to those who need help.
What sets us apart from others is, URP is headed by people who live in these same communities.
Urban Reconciliation Project is a non profit organization founded in a grassroots effort to serve our community.
With the homeless population in the state of Washington, at an all time high, women and children's shelters filled to capacity and overflowing and an influx of newly released ex offenders being reintroduced
Seated: Daniel Mack
Standing Left to Right:
"The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few."
We are a non profit organization helping the state of Washington South King County's under served communities
We focus our efforts on locating, identifying, feeding and providing clothing and blankets to the homeless, giving needed supplies to women and children shelters and assisting ex offenders with re-entry into society, by providing job leads, housing and relicensing.
Urban Reconciliation Project locates and identifies the homeless including homeless women and their children to help them find safe shelter in our community as well as feeding and clothing those in need.
The greatest benefit of community outreach programs is that the programs serve people who often unable to serve themselves. These people often called "at-risk" or "underserved" are people who simply are not well educated or are misinformed.