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This month marks the one-year anniversary of the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. Hourglass looks back at how COVID-19 impacted local students in and out of the classroom and how a United Way-funded coalition of nonprofits aided young people, families, and communities during the pandemic. In the photo are four students from two local nonprofits who of…
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In this King County Real Estate Market Update, I share King County housing market stats from April 2024. Do you have questions about the King County housing market? Thinking about buying or selling a home in King County? Please don't hesitate to reach out! People like you regularly contact me about their real estate goals after discovering me on Yo…
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There's more to movement than exercise and sports! This episode features a conversation with Sarah Sense-Wilson and Kayla Harstad of Urban Native Education Alliance, a Seattle-based organization that immerses generations of Indigenous youth in education, culture, and tradition. United Way is proud to support Urban Native Education Alliance and how …
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In this episode, we chat with Leslie Stone, the youth development director for Asian Counseling and Referral Service of Seattle. For more than 50 years, Asian Counseling and Referral Service, or ACRS, has offered a broad array of behavioral health programs, human services, and civic engagement activities for Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and …
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In this episode, we chat with Sherry Williams, the executive director of operations for Technology Access Foundation, a Seattle-based organization that provides STEM education for underserved students and support for educators of color. United Way of King County proudly supports Technology Access Foundation and how it spends its time using STEM as …
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This episode features a conversation with Nicole Barker of Open Doors for Multicultural Families, a Kent-based organization that envisions a world where all individuals with intellectual developmental disabilities and their families thrive in an inclusive society of their own design. United Way of King County proudly supports Open Doors for Multicu…
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This episode features a conversation with Tony B Benton, the founder and Station Manager of Rainier Avenue Radio, a Black-owned, 24-hour station in Historic Columbia City Theater that amplifies the diverse narratives and voices of Southeast Seattle’s communities. United Way of King County is proud to spotlight Tony B and allow him the time to chat …
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In this episode, we chat with De’Vonte Parson, the executive director of Pro Se Potential, a prevention-based, restorative program that empowers local youth to achieve stability and find their purpose. United Way of King County proudly supports Pro Se Potential and the time it spends building young leaders through healing-centered engagement, workf…
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In this King County Real Estate Market Update, I share King County housing market stats from April 2024. Do you have questions about the King County housing market? Thinking about buying or selling a home in King County? Please don't hesitate to reach out! People like you regularly contact me about their real estate goals after discovering me on Yo…
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As we approach the April 15 IRS Tax Deadline, we’ve dedicated this episode to all things taxes. United Way Credits & Financial Stability team members Casey Lantz (left) and Ryan McFerran chat about how we spend time preparing thousands of returns free of charge while helping make tax season a little less stressful for our neighbors. Thanks for tuni…
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It's all about giving: United Way Chief Philanthropy Officer Lindsay Harper talks about the ever-changing philanthropic landscape and explains how we spend our time making the best use of contributions from people like you. Want your taxes done for free? We provide info on United Way's Free Tax Preparation Program. And there's a new event coming up…
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Hear about Cultivate South Park, a nonprofit organization in Seattle's South Park neighborhood that provides fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, and grains to a community with limited food options nearby. Want your taxes done for free? We provide info on United Way's Free Tax Preparation Program. And there's a new event coming up on how to earn what y…
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In this King County Real Estate Market Update, I share King County housing market stats from February 2024. Do you have questions about the King County housing market? Thinking about buying or selling a home in King County? Please don't hesitate to reach out! People like you regularly contact me about their real estate goals after discovering me on…
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Hourglass chats with Sarah Walzer of ParentChild+, a New York-based, national organization that ensures all children regardless of race, socio-economic status, or zip code have equal possibilities from the start. Also, hear about our rental assistance partner Centro Cultural Mexicano. And we've got an upcoming event at Shoreline Community College! …
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The Filipino Community of Seattle is one of 14 United Way-supported local organizations that spend their time conducting afterschool programs that teach youth about their heritage and their culture.Kirjoittanut Joe Burris, associate director for public relations, United Way of King County
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James Lovell tells us how he spends his time serving communities as Chief Community Development Officer of the Chief Seattle Club and as a newly elected member of SeaTac city council. Also, hear about one of our rental assistance partners, Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle. And how about spending a happy hour with us? We'll let you know when and…
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Hourglass United Way visits the Rhapsody Project, a Seattle-based community of artists that explore and celebrate music and heritage through an anti-racist lens. The Rhapsody Project will perform at United Way of King County’s Advancing Racial Equity Series event, Revisiting Dr. King’s Lost Speech, on February 13 at Rainier Arts Center. On this day…
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