Youth Resource Fair age 14-21. December 7th. Rainier Vista Boys & Girls Club

This winter we are hosting a Youth Resource Fair for age 14-21 on Saturday, December 7th at the Rainier Vista Boys & Girls Club. About this Event YouthForce serves over 400 under served teens throughout King County each year through paid internships at unique companies and a career readiness program. This winter we are hostingContinue reading “Youth Resource Fair age 14-21. December 7th. Rainier Vista Boys & Girls Club”

TOMORROW JUNE 24: “One People, One Heart”. 7-9pm. Sheraton Grand Seattle

Mon, June 24, 2019 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM PDT Sheraton Grand Seattle 1400 6th Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 An evening of unity & Inspiration celebrating the teachings and life lessons of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson of righteous memory. Keynote Address by Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau*. Details to follow. *Rabbi Lau isContinue reading “TOMORROW JUNE 24: “One People, One Heart”. 7-9pm. Sheraton Grand Seattle”

Seattle Office for Civil Rights at the 2018 RSJI Summit at Seattle Center

Deadline for registration for the summit and all workshops is Friday, October 19th, 2018 DESCRIPTION Please join the Seattle Office for Civil Rights at the 2018 RSJI Summit at Seattle Center for two days, October 23rd-24th, of in-depth workshops, art, and presentations about The State of Race and Justice in Seattle. We will explore theContinue reading “Seattle Office for Civil Rights at the 2018 RSJI Summit at Seattle Center”

Free Summer Meals and Recreation Activities

Free Summer Meals and Recreation Activities May 17, 2018 by Christina Hirsch FREE SUMMER MEALS This summer, Seattle Parks and Recreation, Seattle Human Services Department, and United Way of King County are partnering to host a drop-in summer program offering free meals and recreation activities. Recreation activities are open for kids and teens ages 1Continue reading “Free Summer Meals and Recreation Activities”

The Seattle Police Department’s Strategies for the Future

Plan Overview The Seattle Police Department has achieved remarkable progress in the eyes of our federal and local government officials, the people of Seattle, and the women and men of the Department. This work began when Mayor Murray took office, and during the past two years has been guided by SPD’s four pillars of policingContinue reading “The Seattle Police Department’s Strategies for the Future”

Section 8 voucher applications start Apr. 5

KCHA’s Section 8 voucher program will accept free, online-only applications from 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, Apr. 5, 2017 through 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Apr. 18, 2017. A random lottery drawing will be used to select 3,500 of these applications for the Section 8 waiting list. Lottery details in አማርኛ, Farsi, ភាសាខ្មែរ, Русский, af Soomaali, Español,Continue reading “Section 8 voucher applications start Apr. 5”

Catholic Community Services Emergency Assistance Program

The Emergency Assistance program helps families, single adults, seniors, and people with disabilities with a variety of emergency and basic needs. Services include: Rental Assistance and Eviction Prevention Move-in Assistance Utility Assistance and Shut-off Prevention Information & Resource Referral Short-term Case Management Emergency Motel Vouchers (families with children under 18 only) Food Bags and CardsContinue reading “Catholic Community Services Emergency Assistance Program”

Seattle Severe Weather Shelter

Seattle Severe Weather Shelter Location: Seattle Center Fisher Pavilion, near 2nd & Thomas St. South of Key Arena Dates open: Saturday night 10/15 & Sunday night 10/16 Time: 7pm to 7am Capacity: 100 beds Population: Co-Ed Shelter: 18+, no children Contact for information: (206) 684-0231 King County Administration Building Shelter & 420 4th Ave ShelterContinue reading “Seattle Severe Weather Shelter”

Here’s how to send love and support to injured officer, family

A Mount Vernon police officer shot in the head is in “very critical” condition, a Harborview spokesperson said at a Friday morning press conference. The hospital says the officer, 61, was in surgery for at least a few hours. Read developing updates here. Hospital officials did not release any updates on the officer’s current condition,Continue reading “Here’s how to send love and support to injured officer, family”

LESSONS FROM WORLD WAR II: ENDURING LEGACIES OF JAPANESE AMERICAN INCARCERATION

LESSONS FROM WORLD WAR II: ENDURING LEGACIES OF JAPANESE AMERICAN INCARCERATION Sunday, October 23, 2016, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Event type Author Readings/Lectures Where Central Library Room Location Level 1 – Microsoft Auditorium Audience Adults Language English Summary A panel of scholars in Japanese American history discusses racial profiling during World War II and currentContinue reading “LESSONS FROM WORLD WAR II: ENDURING LEGACIES OF JAPANESE AMERICAN INCARCERATION”