News and Events

Community Celebration of the Campaign for State Food Assistance

Saturday, September 12, 2015 - 2:00am

It took years of work together – and we did it! The cut to State Food Assistance is over!

The cut unfairly burdened immigrant families - primarily in communities of color - with hunger and economic hard times. Families and advocates spoke up courageously and persistently for five years! Advocacy worked! The cut is ended and families' food assistance is restored

It’s a reason to celebrate! Families, community leaders and state legislators who helped make this victory possible will be at this event. Everyone is welcome.

2015 Leadership in Advocacy Training

Thursday, September 17, 2015 - 9:00am

Advocacy works, and it’s takes all of us to win the change that Washington’s kids and communities are counting on. You are invited to power up your advocacy skills at a one-day Leadership in Advocacy Training.



Leadership in Advocacy Training
Thursday, September 17
Evergreen College Tacoma Campus

Cost is sliding scale, $0-$100. 

Filed in:

Growth in Economy Hasn’t Helped Families Facing Economic Hardship

Posted on: Monday, July 20, 2015 - 2:34pm
SEATTLE – An additional 78,000 Washington children are growing up in poverty today than in 2008, at the start of the Great Recession. And child poverty is more common for Washington’s Pacific Islander/Native Hawaiian, Black, American Indian and Latino children.