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ADVISORY/It's Amazing What You Can Do with Hard Work and Kindness; More Than 4,000 Washington Mutual Volunteers Tackle Community Revitalization Projects During Housing Volunteer Month


Dozens of Washington Mutual(NYSE:WM) Volunteers Expected at

                      Tigard Project on April 26

    WHAT:  In partnership with the Rebuilding Together with Christmas
           in April, dozens of Washington Mutual volunteers will
           spruce up the lawn and paint the home of Ms. Judith George,
           a disabled senior.

           WaMu Housing Volunteer Month, launched in 2003, is a
           community effort to improve and revitalize local
           neighborhoods, by partnering with local nonprofits in
           cities nationwide to organize housing, community
           beautification and renovation projects.

    WHO:   Christine Seely, Washington Mutual Financial Center
           Manager, Tigard will be available for comment.  She may
           also be reached on her cell phone at 503/310-4023.

           Ms. Judith George, homeowner, will also be available for

    WHEN:  Saturday, April 26 from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

    WHERE: 7625 SW 87th Avenue in Tigard

    WHY:   As the affordable housing crisis worsens in America, an
           increasing number of people are paying more than 50 percent
           of their income for housing or living in substandard
           housing or both. This means less available income for basic
           maintenance or other needs.

    This year marks the debut of Washington Mutual's national Housing
Volunteer Month. Washington Mutual employs over 1,400 (FTE) in Oregon.

    CONTACT: Washington Mutual
             Darcy Donahoe-Wilmot, 206/377-3635
             cellular, 425/444-2500

    SOURCE: Washington Mutual