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United Way of King County posts record campaign

July 30, 2014

United Way of King County announced its fundraising total of $125.9 million for the campaign year ending June 30, 2014 Read more

Hitting the diamond helps United Way hit $1 million

Seattle Times, June 24, 2014

United Way of King County's second Annual All-Star Classic for Homeless Youth raises $1 million to support struggling youth. Read more

Avril and Kearse unite at All-Star Softball Classic

Seahawks.Com, June 24, 2014

Seattle sports legends welcome Superbowl Champs Avril and Kearse at United Way's All-Star Softball Classic for Homeless Youth Read more

United Way's All-Star Classic Brings out the Stars

KOMO4 News, June 20, 2014

The stars come out to shine at United Way of King Countys All-Star Classic for Homeless Youth Read more

Setting at-risk kids on the right course

The Seattle Times, June 18, 2014

Jerry Large reflects on a program that closes the opportunity gap and has a positive impact on families for years to come. Read more

Pacific Place sale will bring millions to United Way

Seattle Times, May 22, 2014

Local investors in the downtown mall will donate $10 million or more from its planned sale to the United Way of King County Read more

Sparkie Awards Honors Those Who Lift Community

Puget Sound Business Journal, March 14, 2014

Patti Payne from the Puget Sound Business Journal has high praise for United Way of King County's Sparkies and the award winners Read more

Brewing up Jobs for Homeless Youth

King 5 News, March 6, 2014

King 5 news highlights a program helping homeless youth get back on their feet. Read more

Day off becomes day of action

King 5 News, January 20, 2014

King 5 news explores how MLK Jr Day has become a day of service, and how Seattle is in the forefront of volunteerism in the country. Read more

Got Breakfast?

Seattle Times , January 7, 2014

United Way of King County finds that fewer than half of students eligible for free-or-reduced-price meals are eating breakfast at school. Read more

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