Worldwide Staging Services Week® 2009<br />Seattle Chapter<br />JUBILEE WOMEN’S CENTER<br />
Jubilee’s Mission<br /> “To provide women a safe and supportive  place to live and an opportunity to learn  while becoming...
  8 staff offices
  Community living
  Job training
  On-site clothing boutique
  Counseling
  On-site technology to earn Microsoft Office certification</li></ul>jwcenter.org<br />
Jubilee’s Mission<br /> In most urban areas today a housing “continuum” exists for homeless individuals and families.<br /...
The “612” Project<br />2007:  During the renovation of Jubilee’s main facility, three “Friends of Jubilee” (FOJ) purchased...
Downstairs at “612”<br />Unfortunately, downstairs at 612 is much less inviting<br />Two views  of the undefined space at ...
Downstairs at “612”<br />Austere environments do little to promote hope and combat the depression that often comes with ho...
ASPs Prepare for Change<br />Team Leader Maggie Quirk  prepares the troops<br />ASPs: Barb Wallace, Maggie Quirk, Jane Hol...
The Transformation Begins…<br />Melanie Warren and Shelley Johnson survey the progress<br />Jane Holloway “fluffs a ficus”...
THE RESULTS:  BEFORE & AFTER<br />The Downstairs Living Room<br />BEFORE<br />AFTER<br />
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WWSSW 2009

  1. 1. Worldwide Staging Services Week® 2009<br />Seattle Chapter<br />JUBILEE WOMEN’S CENTER<br />
  2. 2. Jubilee’s Mission<br /> “To provide women a safe and supportive place to live and an opportunity to learn while becoming self-reliant in housing andemployment” <br /><ul><li> 27 residents at one time
  3. 3. 8 staff offices
  4. 4. Community living
  5. 5. Job training
  6. 6. On-site clothing boutique
  7. 7. Counseling
  8. 8. On-site technology to earn Microsoft Office certification</li></ul>jwcenter.org<br />
  9. 9. Jubilee’s Mission<br /> In most urban areas today a housing “continuum” exists for homeless individuals and families.<br />There can be up to a two-year waiting list for permanent housing.<br />Jubilee is an integral part of these community services, focusing its support on filling the gap between the two ends of the continuum<br />
  10. 10. The “612” Project<br />2007: During the renovation of Jubilee’s main facility, three “Friends of Jubilee” (FOJ) purchased the home next door in order to house seven women. <br />2008: Jubilee officially purchased the property from the FOJ to expand Jubilee’s capacity to serve homeless women by 26%. <br />The home, referred to as “612” is a beautiful 1907 Prairie-style home adjacent to Jubilee’s main facility.<br />The upstairs living room<br />
  11. 11. Downstairs at “612”<br />Unfortunately, downstairs at 612 is much less inviting<br />Two views of the undefined space at the bottom of the stairs<br />The downstairs “living room”<br />The back hall<br />
  12. 12. Downstairs at “612”<br />Austere environments do little to promote hope and combat the depression that often comes with homelessness.<br />Jubilee was pleased and grateful that our organization could help.<br />ASP ™ Master Ede Bookstein (left) listens as Becca Petrin, Office Manager, explains why this change is so welcome.<br />
  13. 13. ASPs Prepare for Change<br />Team Leader Maggie Quirk prepares the troops<br />ASPs: Barb Wallace, Maggie Quirk, Jane Holloway, Cynthia Seager (with tree), Shelley Johnson & Ede Bookstein prepare for load-in<br />
  14. 14. The Transformation Begins…<br />Melanie Warren and Shelley Johnson survey the progress<br />Jane Holloway “fluffs a ficus”<br />Cynthia Seager gets “steamed”<br />
  15. 15. THE RESULTS: BEFORE & AFTER<br />The Downstairs Living Room<br />BEFORE<br />AFTER<br />
  16. 16. BEFORE & AFTER<br />Once a pass-thru with no purpose<br />BEFORE<br />Now a multi-functional space: dining room, game table or writing area<br />AFTER<br />
  17. 17. BEFORE & AFTER<br />We added color & storage to the bathroom . . . and we spiffed up the back hallway<br />BEFORE<br />AFTER<br />AFTER<br />
  18. 18. BEFORE & AFTER<br />We even worked our magic on the main floor, adding tables<br />and rearranging furniture to create a cozy space<br />BEFORE<br />AFTER<br />AFTER<br />
  19. 19. OUR TEAM<br />Back: Ede Bookstein, Shelley Johnson, Jane Holloway, Melanie Warren, Barb Wallace, Maggie Quirk<br />Front: Susan Gold, Patty Bonnell, Cynthia Seager<br />
  20. 20. OUR DONORS: THANK YOU!<br />A huge thank-you to <br />The Seattle Quality Rentals Store<br />for donating all of the major furniture piecesfor this transformation<br />Our staging professionals who donated time and merchandise<br /> Ede Bookstein, ASPM®<br />* Shelley Johnson, ASP ®<br />* Jane Holloway, ASP ®<br /> Melanie Warren, ASPM®<br />* Barb Wallace, ASPM ®<br />* Maggie Quirk, ASP ®<br /> Susan Gold, ASP ®<br />* Patty Bonnell, ASP ®<br />* Cynthia Seager, ASP ®<br /> Dana Pedersen, ASPM ®<br />* Current IAHSP Board Member<br />
  21. 21. Staging that Makes a Difference<br />This was once the space<br /> “nobody wanted to live in.”<br />Now, when residents walk down the stairs of “612”, there is a welcoming, uplifting spacewaiting for them.<br />Enjoy!<br />AFTER<br />

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