Friendship House exists to serve those in need. We provide two emergency shelters, two transitional houses, a daily hot meal service and an innovative employment training program. We believe that by treating all people with respect and kindness, we can help them transform their lives into ones of self-sufficiency and abundance.
Stories of Hope
Denise and her three girls stayed at Friendship House in the fall of 2013. When their house burned down in Marysville, they didn't know where to go. Friendship House was a safe place to stay until they got back on their feet.
August 27, 2014 - Support Friendship House by shopping at the Burlington Coat Factory! Purchase a $5 early entrance ticket to get in to the new store a day before the general public, have access to limited selection items, and receive 15% off your total purchase. Please call our office at 360-336-6138 if you're interested. All ticket purchase proceeds support Friendship House!
June 26, 2014 - Check out the Hunger to Hope article in the Skagit Valley Herald! Congratulations to Jade and Fancy, our recent graduates! You rock!