COVID-19

It’s time to collaborate more, not less.

It’s time to collaborate more, not less.

What does it mean to collaborate right now? This was the question among a team of nonprofit state association CEOs at a recent meeting. As we all leaned into the conversation, Laurie commented, ...
Return to Work?

Return to Work?

We know that reopening is on your mind, and we want to continue to provide useful resources to guide your decisions. In June we hosted a Return to Work webinar and wrote a Washington State ...
Washington State Department of Commerce (Commerce): Unfamiliar Territory Leads to a Model for Successful Government/Nonprofit Partnership

Washington State Department of Commerce (Commerce): Unfamiliar Territory Leads to a Model for Successful Government/Nonprofit Partnership

In the beginning, working with nonprofits was unfamiliar territory for Cheryl Smith, Director of Community Engagement and Outreach with the Washington State Department of Commerce (Commerce). ...
Voices of Pacific Island Nations (VOPIN) – CARES Act Funding Helps Nonprofit Address Achievement Gap among Kitsap County Pacific Islander Students

Voices of Pacific Island Nations (VOPIN) – CARES Act Funding Helps Nonprofit Address Achievement Gap among Kitsap County Pacific Islander Students

When Patrick Woo-Ching founded Voices of Pacific Island Nations in 2015, he did so by asking himself the question, “If not me, who else?” What Patrick felt he had an obligation to address was ...
Washington State Arts Commission (ArtsWA): State Agency with Deep Community Ties Made Sure Arts and Culture Organizations Were Supported

Washington State Arts Commission (ArtsWA): State Agency with Deep Community Ties Made Sure Arts and Culture Organizations Were Supported

COVID-19 had a devastating impact on the creative economy across the country, and the creative economy in Washington state was not spared. The Washington State Arts Commission (ArtsWA) says the ...
Washington State Reopens

Washington State Reopens

On June 30, Governor Inslee announced the economic reopening of Washington state.  As most businesses return to pre-pandemic capacity and operations, each nonprofit organization will need to make decisions about how to reopen and what if any restrictions to keep in place to ensure safety for employees, clients, and customers.
Helping people get rides to vaccination appointments

Helping people get rides to vaccination appointments

Lyft has partnered with the White House to increase vaccine access in our communities. Starting May 24, they’re funding free rides (up to $15) each way, to and from vaccination appointments.
You can now include alcohol at online silent auctions

You can now include alcohol at online silent auctions

Transitioning your fundraiser to a virtual platform last year was hard. We heard many nonprofits express frustration that their traditional activities like Wine Grabs and silent auctions of ...

COVID Relief Bill Update

What nonprofits need to know about the latest COVID Relief bill passed by Congress.
Resources for Giving Tuesday

Resources for Giving Tuesday

#GivingTuesday, celebrated every year on the Tuesday following American Thanksgiving, is December 1, 2020. Many nonprofits that depend on generous donations during the holiday season will be ...
Member Spotlight: How Gambian Talents Promotion Hosted Their Annual Picnic On Wheels

Member Spotlight: How Gambian Talents Promotion Hosted Their Annual Picnic On Wheels

Back-to-school season looks different this year for the children and families of Washington state. While some parents are putting together at-home desks, others are adjusting to new school safety protocols amid COVID-19. But the change did not deter Gambian Talents Promotion (GTP) from hosting their annual back-to-school picnic.

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