The Mission wanted to create awareness of
the breadth of services that the Mission
provides in serving Seattle’s homeless.
Illustrate that the unsheltered are not statisitcal issues through disruption and juxtaposition
of contributing factors
Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission partnered with
international photographer, Lee Jeffries.
Using mobile projection, the powerful images of
Seattle’s homeless population were projected onto
the facades of buildings and landmarks around the city,
in an intervention art-centric installation that displayed
the sense of humanity in subjects who are often
invisible to residents.
1,000% increase in media coverage over the
other high-profile time periods with television,
print, digital, and radio features
100% increase in donations, generated by
80% of donations were made by new donors
Earned media yielded nearly 24MM impressions