December 16, 2017

Seattle Mortgage Reel’s Contribution to Walk for Rice

The Mortgage Reel would like to thank everyone for the support and donations!!!

The team completed the walk this past weekend.  It was a great day!!


The Mortgage Reel appreciates your donations to help fight hunger.  The event started back in 1991, committed to ending hunger in the community.  The ACRS food bank located in the International District is the third most used food bank in King County and is the only provider to meet the needs of Asian Pacific American dietary needs.  Two-thirds are children under 18 and elderly people rely on ACRS.  Last year ACRS distributed more then 1.33 million pounds of food. 

This will be our first year participating in the Walk for Rice.  We would appreciate your help to contribute towards the local families at ACRS. 

 Thank You,

 The Mortgage Reel

To make a contribution directly to support The Mortgage Reel click Here

Remember all donations are tax deductible!!



About Our Organization

Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization offering a broad array of human services and behavioral health programs to Asian Pacific Americans in King County. ACRS is the largest multiservice organization serving all the different Asian Pacific American communities – immigrants, refugees and American born – in the Pacific Northwest.

Our Mission:
ACRS seeks to promote social justice and the well being and empowerment of Asian Pacific American individuals, families and communities – including immigrants, refugees and native born – by developing, providing and advocating for innovative community-based multilingual and multicultural services.

Our History:
ACRS was founded in 1973 out of a grassroots effort. During that time, Asian Pacific Americans were at risk of misdiagnosis and receiving inappropriate care from service providers unfamiliar with their culture and language. Today, ACRS provides a continuum of services for primarily low-income, immigrant, refugee, American-born Asians and Pacific Islanders through 13 programs:

-Aging and Adult Services
-Chemical Dependency Treatment
-Children, Youth, and Families
-Congregate Meals and Emergency Feeding
-Consultation & Education
-Domestic Violence Batterers Treatment
-Food Bank
-Information & Referral Services
-Legal Clinic
-Mental Health Services
-Naturalization and Immigration Services
-Problem Gambling Treatment
-Vocational and Employment Services

The agency’s largely bilingual, bicultural staff of 200 collectively speaks 30 languages and dialects. Caseworkers who speak the same language and come from the same culture assist more than 22,000 people annually, making clients’ transitions easier and successful outcomes more likely.

Hire The Right Team. How Can We Assist You?

(206) 219-3088

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