Temple Beth Am is a Reform congregation in Seattle, Wash. Through its Tikkum Olam Committee (Repairing the World), Temple Beth Am has become involved in advocacy and outreach on behalf of the homeless. It has hosted Tent City, a traveling community of people lacking permanent homes, and supports the Homeless To Renter (H2R) program, which helps homeless families move into affordable rental housing. Temple Beth Am also has sponsored educational forums exploring factors that contribute to people becoming homeless, including economic justice and health care issues. Contact communications lead Rachel Raman.
|Phone number||206-525-0915 x 228|
|Categories||Beliefs & practices, Clergy, Congregations, Government & politics, Poverty & welfare, Society & culture|
|Locations||United States of America, Washington|