Need Food and Clothing? Here is a Current 2013 Listing

Please visit NorthwestHarvest.org Aberdeen Avenue Baptist Church 2733 Aberdeen Ave Aberdeen, Washington 98520 Phone: 360-500-0819 Food Bank open: 3rd Sat each month Aberdeen Community Food Bank 306 1/2 N I St Aberdeen, Washington 98520 Phone: 360-533-1088 Food Bank open: M & W 3:00 – 5:00 ACRS – Asian Counseling & Referral Services 919 S KingContinue reading “Need Food and Clothing? Here is a Current 2013 Listing”

Giving Back: 15 Seattle-Area Organizations That Offer Help During the Holidays

Girls helping out Food Lifeline November 21, 2013 Written by Jen Betterley Filed under: Holiday Fun Volunteer Learn about the issues Teaching giving Giving Together Adoption & Foster Care Looking to give back or volunteer as an individual or a family during this holiday season? There are many great organizations in our area that couldContinue reading “Giving Back: 15 Seattle-Area Organizations That Offer Help During the Holidays”

Judge denies citizen commission formal role in SPD reforms

Judge denies citizen commission formal role in SPD reforms Posted by Steve Miletich A federal judge today denied a citizen commission’s request to formally intervene in court-ordered Seattle police reforms and refused to grant delays the panel had requested to offer its views regarding policy changes. But in a 19-page order, U.S. District Judge JamesContinue reading “Judge denies citizen commission formal role in SPD reforms”

Jobaline: Start-up helps hourly workers land jobs through text messaging

KIRKLAND, Wash. – A Kirkland-based tech start-up is revolutionizing the way hourly workers find jobs, and all that’s needed is a phone that can text. As a former Microsoft manager, Jobaline founder and CEO Luis Salazar saw a serious problem plaguing hourly workers trying to connect with employers. This digital divide, he said, is notContinue reading “Jobaline: Start-up helps hourly workers land jobs through text messaging”