Queen Anne residents are invited to attend an on-line community engagement presentation that will focus on homelessness and organizations that help.

The presentation will take place from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Dec. 16 through Zoom. Details will be sent to registered attendees. People should register at https://signup.com/client/invitation2/secure/996986290225348081/false#/invitation.

The event is being presented through the Initiative on Community Engagement, which is sponsored by the Queen Anne Community Council and the Queen Anne Block Captains Network.

The presentation will feature a discussion with representatives from Queen Anne Helpline, Queen Anne Lutheran Church, and Queen Anne Presbyterian Church. 

Representatives include Cara Lauer, Queen Anne Helpline executive director; Pastor Doug Early, Queen Anne Presbyterian Church; Rev. Dan Peterson, Queen Anne Lutheran Church.

Participants will have time to ask questions following the presentation, as well as post questions during the discussion.

To submit questions in advance, email them to either Paula Mueller, Queen Anne Block Captains Network, paulamueller@comcast.net, or Beth Bunnell, Queen Anne Community Council, queenannecc@gmail.com.

This is the second event in the Initiative on Community Engagement series on homelessness.

The purpose of the Initiative on Community Engagement is to inform the Queen Anne community about topics that impact the neighborhood; facilitate presentations by organizations working to build well-thought-out programs and solutions; provide a forum for dialogue between Queen Anne residents, city officials and these organizations; and promote active engagement from Queen Anne residents in building an even better neighborhood.