Join us! 2021 Nonprofit Application Cycle & Workshops

For over 30 years, King County employees have been donating money and time to the nonprofits of their choice through the Employee Giving Program. This past year saw them raise over $2 million.   For nonprofit organizations to benefit from this program, they must apply annually and meet the eligibility requirements -- even if they have participated in … Continue reading Join us! 2021 Nonprofit Application Cycle & Workshops

How you can help people facing severe winter weather

People around the country are facing extreme challenges due to winter weather. As of Feb. 18, 34 deaths were linked to severe weather across seven states. Residents in Texas are facing severe cold, long-lasting power outages, water issues and food insecurity. Things are bad in Oklahoma, after a record-setting stretch of sub-zero temperatures. A winter … Continue reading How you can help people facing severe winter weather

Nonprofit Expo Recap: COVID-19 Relief and Children, November 5th & 12th

The 2020 Nonprofit Expo Series focused on organizations providing COIVD-19 relief over the last two weeks. Presenting non-profits included: U.T.O.P.I.A., Byrrd Barr Place, King County Hope, Casa Latina, Friends of Youth, YouthCare, Southeast Youth & Family Services, and United Indians of All Tribes Foundation. Watch the below recordings of the sessions to learn more! November … Continue reading Nonprofit Expo Recap: COVID-19 Relief and Children, November 5th & 12th

Nonprofit Expo Recap: Animals, October 29th

The 2020 Nonprofit Expo Series got extra furry this week with presentations from five non-profits focused in the animal sector. Presenting non-profits included: Prison Pet Partnership, Pasado's Safe Haven, Dog Gone Seattle, Pawsitive Alliance, Project SeaWolf Coastal Protection. If you missed the session and want to learn more, watch the recorded video here. We hope … Continue reading Nonprofit Expo Recap: Animals, October 29th