Join us Sunday, July 20th from 1:30-4:30pm for a pie contest to benefit the Seattle homeless community of Nickelsville! Entrance to the event is free and activities will be available for kids of all ages.
- Cast your vote for your favorite pie! $5 for the first vote, $1 for unlimited additional votes.
- Brewed coffee and espresso drinks by donation.
- Great prizes from our sponsors, including La Marzocco USA, Stumptown Coffee Roasters and High 5 Pie.
- Silent auction, homemade pie sales, kids table and more.
Learn more or enter as a contestant at: http://srv/users/lamarzoccousa/apps/lamarzoccousa/public.nickelsville.org/pie-contest
What is Nickelsville?
Without shelter, homeless people die on the streets by violence, weather exposure and other dangers. In 2013 alone, nearly 60 people died outside in King County. Nickelsville is two self-managed neighborhoods in Seattle that provide a safe alternative to living on the streets. Residents live in tents or simple structures and take responsibility for maintaining the safety and cleanliness of their camps. While Nickelsville seeks to be largely self-sustainable, they require financial assistance to maintain basic amenities like Honey Buckets, grey water and trash disposal.