ALERT: Byrd Barr Place temporarily closed for renovations. Food bank to relocate to 420 E. Pike St. through Spring 2022.
EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE.
Through the City of Seattle, Byrd Barr Place has received Emergency Rental Assistance Funding for people impacted by COVID-19, who have fallen behind on paying rent and face possible eviction.
We offer essential services — food, shelter, warmth and financial tools — for neighbors in Seattle’s Central District to build stability and self-sufficiency.
We are deeply saddened by the loss of Black lives, due to violence fueled by racism and the effects of COVID-19. We know long-standing institutional racism has negatively impacted our Black communities and we are calling for change, as well as stand in unity with those calling for change.
As we look forward to the next 55+ years, we’d like to hear from you. What are insights from our history? What is the legacy we want to carry forward? Please take our short survey.