Since 1920, Compass Housing Alliance has been providing essential services for those experiencing homelessness and housing instability in the Puget Sound Region. Today they offer emergency services, 24-hour enhanced shelter programs and permanent, supportive, affordable housing across 23 sites. Most notable of their programs is this Compass Center in Pioneer Square, which has been a one-of-a-kind resource hub with mail, banking, and hygiene services since 1941.
To celebrate their centennial anniversary, Compass is having a virtual 100th Birthday Bash on Sunday, May 16th. In partnership with their celebrations, all proceeds from these designs will be donated to Compass. To learn more about their event, visit their website www.compasshousingalliance.
Henry is making shirts, canvases, and prints of his original painting as part of his contribution to the fundraiser. All the profits from these products will be going to the Compass Housing Alliance.