Architects Without Borders-Seattle is mostly run and staffed by volunteers and depends on the generous contributions of our donors for the operational expenses of providing effective assistance to those in need. We welcome you to this family of donors and hope that you will consider making a tax-deductible donation to expand our work and impact at home and around the globe. We and our friends around the world are deeply grateful for your shared vision and support
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Architects Without Borders-Seattle
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Do you wonder why donate to Architects Without Borders-Seattle?
Why, you may ask, not buy food for the hungry or medicine for the sick? What is the value of design to those who cannot feed or cloth themselves? Good design may seem like a luxury, but it is part of a sustainable, durable solution to those short-term problems we are so concerned about. Good design creates better and healthier places to live and build strong communities. Good design can incorporate income generating or food production opportunities in communities where jobs or food is scarce or customs make it difficult to access either. Good design can prevent or reverse environmental degradation. In short, good design can lift communities out of their cycle of dependence and poverty by making them more resilient and resourceful.
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If you are considering buying or selling your condo or house, Dararith Marith with Coldwell Banker Bain generously donates 10% of his commission to Architects Without Borders-Seattle. You can contact him at 206 618.0833 or dmarith@CBBain.com.
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