MICROSOFT CO-FOUNDER GIVES $30M TO HOUSE HOMELESS IN SEATTLE

Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen is giving out $30 million to house 94 homeless and low-income families in south Seattle.

The construction project will cost $46 million in total. The Paul G. Allen Philanthropies donated the $30 million. The Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan’s office providing $5 million to the project and the last $10 million is coming from a housing tax credit.

Here is Paul Allen playing guitar.

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