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Assistance League seeks holiday homes for annual tour in Kirkland

Assistance League of the Eastside is seeking homeowners interested in opening their homes for the Celebrations Holiday Home Tour on Friday, Dec. 7.  - Contributed
Assistance League of the Eastside is seeking homeowners interested in opening their homes for the Celebrations Holiday Home Tour on Friday, Dec. 7.
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Assistance League of the Eastside is seeking homeowners interested in opening their homes for the Celebrations Holiday Home Tour on Friday, Dec. 7.

Assistance League is known for the programs it runs locally, including Operation School Bell, Assault Survivor Kits, Starting Over Support and Assistance League Outreach.

These programs annually provide new clothing to more than 2,700 students selected by school personnel in the Lake Washington, Bellevue and Northshore school districts; help to restore dignity to survivors of sexual assault with clothing to replace items retained as evidence by the police; and bring comfort to families seeking shelter from domestic violence.

The organization is also known for its signature fund raiser, the popular Celebrations Holiday Home Tour, held in December each year. All proceeds from this self-guided tour help to fund the philanthropic programs of the Assistance League of the Eastside. Following the success of the last two years, this tour of five unique and stunningly decorated houses will once more take place in Kirkland.

Those interested in opening their homes for the tour should call (425) 556-5106 or email eastsideinfor@assistanceleague.org.

For more information about Assistance League of the Eastside, visit www.eastside.assistanceleague.org.

 

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