For Wadii Boughdir, education has always been at the center of civic engagement. Following revolution in his native Tunisia, he started a debate club to help students develop communication skills [...]
This AmeriCorps Week, United Way’s Fuel Your Future team is featuring one of our current direct service members, Jazmyne Story (in the photo, behind the carrot!). Though Washington Service Corps’ [...]
A crucial school breakfast bill will soon be signed into law by Governor Inslee. See how much good this will bring to hungry kids across the state.
Our two keys to ending Seattle homelessness—income and housing—are going strong with your support. Check out what we’re expanding on and how it’s working to build a community where people have homes.
Our Emerging Leaders were so excited for International Women’s Day that they kicked it off two days early with United Way's second annual Women's Panel. Here are one Emerging Leader's biggest [...]
At Ethiopian Community of Seattle, a financial expert teaches immigrants the importance of building up savings. Many of the students are living on modest incomes or are struggling with poverty. [...]
International Women’s Day is a day that “celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women” as well as a day that calls upon everyone to advocate for women. This year, [...]
The Parent-Child Home Program zeroes in on the opportunity gap by supporting parents during the crucial years of children’s development… and it’s working. Thanks to you, and all of our generous [...]