YWCA Pierce County Home at Last Property Tour
Virtual tour and overview of how this exciting project will complete the YWCA Pierce County vision of a holistic campus for domestic violence survivors and their families.
Join us for a conversation with influential South Sound leaders for a virtual tour and conversation highlighting YWCA Pierce County’s new “Home at Last” affordable housing campus. This campus will provide shelter and resources for domestic violence survivors and their families. This seven-story building, built on the YWCA’s former parking lot, will offer 54 apartments ranging in size from studios to three-bedroom units for families, and will also provide staff apartments, counseling rooms, offices, and conference rooms. Join YWCA Pierce County CEO Miriam Barnett, Korsmo Construction Owner John Korsmo Jr and Korsmo Diversity Program Manager Rachael Pease to learn about unique project and its impact on the community.
Miriam Barnett, CEO, Pierce County YWCA
John Korsmo, Owner, Korsmo Construction
Rachael Pease, Diversity Program Manager, Korsmo Construction
Tuesday April 27, 2021
Members - No Charge
Nonmembers - $10