, a Redmond-based nonprofit that assists low-income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities in north and east King County, will move its administrative offices to a new space on Willows Road next week.
Beginning July 27, the organization’s administrative offices will be located at 10675 Willows Road NE, Building B, Suite 275, in Redmond. Hopelink's emergency services center, which includes its food bank, will stay at its current location on NE 87th Street until this fall, when it will relocate to 16725 Cleveland St. with expanded services.
Hopelink has been located in Redmond’s multi-tenant nonprofit for two decades. The Redmond food bank serves more than 1,000 people every month, and Hopelink President and CEO Marilyn Mason-Plunkett said that the move will enable the nonprofit to better serve the future needs of the Redmond community.
“After many years at our present location, we simply outgrew our space," Mason-Plunkett stated in a news release. "We made the decision to move our Redmond Emergency Service Center to a much larger space which will allow us to offer expanded services and better serve our clients. This higher profile space has a dedicated parking lot, better access to public transportation and the additional space will allow us to grow with the needs of Redmond.”
—Information from a Hopelink news release