Our ‘Brave Commitment’ is to find solutions for nonprofit funding

By Janis Avery and Mike Heinisch – Contributing writers, May 27, 2021, 11:03pm EDT

Imagine our community without agencies supporting children, youth and families. In King County and throughout Washington, these nonprofit organizations serve unmet needs: safe places, after-school programs, counseling, food security, housing stability, behavioral health, foster care enhancements, youth development, mentoring.

But these organizations are under stress and strain.

Is anyone paying attention to the unmet needs of the very organizations we entrust to deliver these services? What if they disappeared? That risk is real.

Read the rest in the Puget Sound Business Journal here.

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