The weather is getting colder and for many of our neighbors, rising costs of essentials like food, housing and gas are putting them at risk of losing their housing.
Children should not have to sleep in cars 💯Help our families: https://bit.ly/3udk1e9
Instead of going berserk with online shopping or buying tons of video games, why not reallocate a bit of those funds for Giving Tuesday to help lift our neighbors’ spirit by being warm and safe during the holiday season? https://bit.ly/3udk1e9
What would it truly look like if our region experienced a massive decline in our homeless population? The first step in making that happen is to prevent people from experiencing homelessness in the first place.
Together we can keep our neighbors in their homes: https://bit.ly/3udk1e9
This year hasn’t been an easy year for many folks in King County. One medical emergency can impact a person not being able to pay their rent on time due to rising costs and a tight labor market.
Help keep our neighbors in their homes: https://bit.ly/3udk1e9
Ever wonder what it's like to be a philanthropist? This is your chance to create your own fundraiser for a great cause.
Learn more: https://www.uwkc.org/event/lead-united-for-equity-fundraiser/
Get your ticket to attend our Advancing Racial Equity event on Dec. 5 at Seattle U. You’ll hear from several leaders about how we can collectively use our voice to enrich all communities. RSVP: https://bit.ly/3SM1EaL
Celebrate a year of impact with us by coming to our final Happy Hour & Hellos of 2023. See you on Dec. 12 😎 https://bit.ly/3sDvvHy
Do you care about your community and want to be part of creating solutions that benefit it? Sign up for Project LEAD, a non-profit board training program, specifically for people of color.
Applications open on Oct. 27 and are due by Dec. 8. Apply now: https://www.uwkc.org/get-involved/serve/project-lead/
Do you care about your community and want to be part of creating solutions that benefit it?
Sign up for Project LEAD, a nonprofit board training program, specifically for people of color.
Applications are due by Dec.8. Apply now: https://www.uwkc.org/get-involved/serve/project-lead/
Too many people of color are left out of leadership roles. For over 30 years, United Way’s Project LEAD has successfully trained highly qualified people of color to serve as nonprofit board members and lead the way for change.
Be a part of change and apply by Dec. 8: https://www.uwkc.org/get-involved/serve/project-lead/
We’re spreading some holiday cheer on Dec. 15 at Wellspring Family Services by wrapping gifts for children in families who are experiencing housing instability.
This week was #Americorps appreciation week. Our champions of on-the-ground service here at United Way: this post is a small token. All the brilliance you bring to the work we do together, and the long-lasting positive impact you leave on the community is long-lasting and essential. We cannot thank you enough. #Americorps #service #liveunited
Monique Blockman, a former Project LEAD class participant, was involved in ParentChild+ as a parent and is currently serving AmeriCorps as the ParentChild+ Data Coordinator. When she is off the clock, she is working towards completing her associate degree in small business at North Seattle College.
Monique, thank you so much for your commitment to serving King County. You are awesome!
Read our blog to learn more about Monique: https://bit.ly/42JQpBL
Jake Janesch began his involvement with AmeriCorps in college and continued it with United Way of King County serving on the volunteer engagement team. Now, Jake is United Way’s program manager for rental assistance and homeless prevention.
Read our blog to learn more about Jake: https://bit.ly/3ByP18P
After graduating from the University of Nevada, Sara Seelmeyer specifically moved to Seattle to work at United Way of King County’s AmeriCorps program to help middle school students and their families have access to good food resources. Now, Sara is United Way’s senior manager of food security & benefits access.
Check out our blog to learn more about Sara’s journey: https://bit.ly/3MBdl08