Nickelsville Announcements

Save the Date! Sleep Out & Occupy CEHKC Rally, July 22nd-23rd

posted Jun 23, 2014, 12:06 PM by Nickelsville Works   [ updated Jun 23, 2014, 12:07 PM ]

Next month, the Governing Board of the Committee to End Homelessness in King County (CEHKC) will meet to further discuss the viability of solutions to end homelessness. This may be the penultimate meeting to convince the Board that homeless encampments are worthy of CEHKC support!

Occupy CEHKC, a coalition of homeless advocacy organizations that includes Nickelsville, needs your help to send this message. Show your support by:
  • Joining our Sleep Out in a city park (TBA) the evening of Tuesday, July 22nd. Dinner and activities will be provided and security shifts are assigned throughout the evening.
  • Marching to the CEHKC Governing Board Meeting the next morning (Wednesday, July 23rd) to voice your support for homeless encampments in King County.
More information will be posted to the Nickelsville Facebook page or the Occupy CEHKC in the next week.

Nickelsville Pie Contest Benefit, July 20th

posted Jun 23, 2014, 11:53 AM by Nickelsville Works   [ updated Jul 9, 2014, 4:15 PM ]

Pie Contest
Stop by Sunday, July 20th to support Nickelsville by eating pie and voting your favorite! The event will be hosted by La Marzocco USA (1553 NW Ballard Way) from 1:30-4:30p.

Admission is free, but votes can be purchased and all proceeds will be given to the Nickelsville camps to help them pay off their Honey Buckets.

See the attached flyer for more details.

To enter a pie please fill out this quick form.

Questions? Want to volunteer or donate prizes? Email Angela:

Yard Sale & Hot Dog Roast rescheduled to May 17th

posted May 8, 2014, 8:23 PM by Nickelsville Works

Support Nickelsville while finding some great deals! We will be hosting a yard sale from 10a-4:00p and selling hot dogs in the parking lot of the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, right next to our encampment on 22nd and E Union St in Capitol Hill. 

Donations for the yard sale are gladly accepted the day before at the site on 22nd and E Union St. No large furniture or large appliances, please. 

We will gladly accept donations of:
  • books
  • clothes
  • tools
  • dishes
  • kitchen ware
  • gardening/yard tools
  • tents and tarps
  • sports equipment
  • outdoor equipment
  • small furniture in good condition
  • working electronics
  • small kitchen appliances
  • housewares
  • baby gear
  • other items in good condition

Calling all volunteers this Saturday, May 10th!

posted May 8, 2014, 8:14 PM by Nickelsville Works   [ updated May 8, 2014, 8:24 PM ]

We will continue clean-up efforts at the E Union camp (22nd and E Union St in Capitol Hill) this Saturday, May 10th and welcome volunteers starting at 10 a.m. If possible, bring a pair of work of gardening gloves to wear. 

Thanks for your support!

Volunteers needed this Saturday, May 3rd, 10a-4:00p!

posted Apr 30, 2014, 4:16 PM by Nickelsville Works

The Nickelsville tent city camp at 1415 22nd Ave (and E Union) is dedicating an entire day this Saturday to cleaning up their camp. 

  • Stop by for an hour or stay all day -- we need all the help we can get. 
  • Wear clothes that can get dirty :)
  • Bonus points: Bring any large, airtight food storage containers you can spare (jars, food safe plastic containers, etc.)

Please RSVP to Angela at if you can make it. Feel free to stop by anytime to help -- even if you weren't able to RSVP.


posted Apr 28, 2014, 9:49 AM by Nickelsville Works

The Nickelsville yard sale and hot dog roast scheduled for May 3rd has been postponed. Stay tuned for an updated date!

If you have donations that you were hoping to drop off on May 2nd, please contact and we will see if we can arrange storage for your donated items.

Sign Up to Bring a Meal!

posted Apr 14, 2014, 10:51 AM by Nickelsville Works   [ updated Apr 21, 2014, 11:13 AM ]

Our online meal sign up is now updated. Sign up to provide breakfast, lunch or dinner for one of our camps in just a few quick steps:

1. Go to

2. Enter the log-in information for the camp you would like to bring a meal to:

2020 S Jackson camp:

last name: Nickelsville
password: jackson

22nd & Union camp:

last name: Nickelsville
password: union

2. Pick a day and sign up!

Carboard City: April 22

posted Apr 14, 2014, 10:49 AM by Nickelsville Works   [ updated Apr 21, 2014, 8:05 AM ]

Sleep outdoors for a night in solidarity with the homeless community! On Tuesday, April 22 we will be camping out in Westlake Center to raise awareness for the issues surrounding homelessness in coalition with S.A.F.E., S.H.A.R.E. and the Transit Riders Union.

More information is available on the OCCUPY CEHKC website:

Nickelsville Yard Sale & Hot Dog Roast, May 3rd, 10:00a

posted Apr 2, 2014, 10:46 AM by Scott Morrow   [ updated Apr 21, 2014, 11:18 AM by Nickelsville Works ]

Mark you calendars! Nickelsville will be hosting a yard sale and hot dog roast at 10:00a on Saturday, May 3rd in the parking lot of the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd on 22nd and E Union St.

Donations for the yard sale accepted on Friday, May 2nd at the yard sale site:

Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd
2116 E Union St, Seattle, WA 98122

We are not accepting donations of large appliances or furniture. Contact with any questions.

Items being accepted for donation:

  • toasters, coffee makers, food processors, and other small appliances (ovens, dishwashers, or other large appliances)
  • small TV's in working condition
  • books
  • clothing
  • toys
  • working bikes
  • small electronics
  • hand and power tools
  • jewelry (real or costume)
  • knick-knacks
  • dishes, pots & pans, and utensils
  • sports gear and outdoor equipment

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posted Jul 23, 2013, 2:21 PM by Scott Morrow


Ever wonder what homeless people would do to end homelessness?  You'd think they'd have some good ideas, don't you?

Since the Governing Board of the Committee to End Homelessness in King County chose to cancel THEIR quarterly Governing Board Meeting, you'll have a chance to find out!

Occupy CEHKC found out about the cancellation with less than a weeks notice.  We were shocked, and then realized just because others could take a vacation this summer, we couldn't.  That's because homelessness is a matter of life and death for us every night.  Many of us know at least one or two of the 25 King County Homeless People who have already died outside or by violence this year.

Please see our attached flier.

Another significant invitation has been issued by the Homeless Remembrance Project.  They are holding a Sunset Ceremony at the Tree of Life in Steinbrueck Park.  The Second Attachment contains their invitation, and then the Litany to be read tonight. 

We hope to see you at one or more - the Rally at 5:30 tonight, the Sunset Ceremony at the Tree of life, or the March to our own Governing Board Meeting tomorrow morning.  It starts at 7:00 AM at Steinbrueck Park.  The Governing Board Meeting will be at 8:35 AM at the YWCA Opportunity Place.

Hope to see you there!

PS:  Lots of Nickelodeon's want to attend tomorrow's meeting, but need a ride there at 6:00 AM tomorrow.  If you can offer a ride, call our staff person at (206) 450-9136 or
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