Bread of Life Mission Programs
Provide the basic necessities of food, shelter and clothing. Providing over 200 meals per day, 100 beds per night and hundreds of articles of clothing each month.
"LifeChange" is a twelve-month resident recovery program that helps individuals break free from lifelong drug and alcohol addictions.
Heroes Subs -catering services- is a social enterprise business that is a continuation of the Mission's work. It builds off of the LifeChange Program and offers a unique transitional employment opportunity for those in recovery.
Recent Successes and Current Challenges
In 2009 Bread of Life celebrated 70 years of continuous service to the homeless in Pioneer Square. On May 25th, the mission was honored by the Seattle Mayor's Office with a proclamation of Homeless Veterans' Day highlighting the mission's long tenure of service in the city and commending the Bread of Life for reaching out to those in need of help.
The mission building is nearly 120 years old and many features are in need of improvement. Bread of Life is seeking $10,000 for renovation of the 2nd-floor men's bathroom.