“There’re so many amazing things about my time with Impact NW . . . I support the mission and vision of the agency, the people, our values, the focus on diversity and inclusion—all of it’s just like one big family.” Continue Reading Mamak Tabrizian: 36 Years of Impact
This list was created in response to the recent events and unfolding situations within our country surrounding the Black Lives Matter movement. As an organization that works with many bipoc (Black, Indigenous People of color), it is important that we recognize and understand the current movement, and where we can start the process within ourselves. It can be completely overwhelming and oftentimes begins with a question – “Where to Begin?” Continue Reading Anti-Racist Resources: To Learn, Support, Advocate and Amplify Black Voices
We know that access to individualized services from compassionate and knowledgeable people in the community is the key to finding and successfully navigating the path to stability and opportunity. And moreover, having access to this information and the opportunity to partner with people in our own communities can mean the difference between stability and homelessness for so many of our neighbors. Continue Reading Hospital-based Resource Access Centers: Impact NW Provides Much Needed Access to Care, Information and Support
At its core, Impact NW has always stood for justice, fairness and inclusion. We have always stood with our community’s most vulnerable. These time-tested values drive us and inspire us. So when we see in our community, or our nation, actions that decimate our values, we are — as one of our valued team members put it this week — shaken to the core. We are also obligated to condemn them. Continue Reading Impact NW stands in solidarity with our Black community
The power of community is realized through the collective action of individuals and organizations alike. We’re stronger together and this is all the more true in times of unprecedented difficulty. Among those in our community stepping up in support of our most vulnerable neighbors is Genentech. Continue Reading Genentech and the San Francisco Foundation Make an Impact to Support Critical Needs
Advantis Credit Union is responding to the increased needs of our most vulnerable community members with an immediate and unprecedented $100,000 investment in 5 local nonprofit organizations, including Impact NW! Continue Reading Grow: The Advantis Community Fund Makes an Unprecedented Investment in Our Community
Jake’s Story is one of strength and inspiration. Through partnership with Impact NW, Jake has found stability and opportunity in his life. Continue Reading Jake’s Story
Last week we kicked off No Place Like Home to connect our most vulnerable neighbors with the essential items they need to remain stable in their own homes, both now and long after COVID-19 has passed. Continue Reading First Deliveries for No Place Like Home!
As a result of the numerous challenges and uncertainties to arise from the COVID-19 crisis, our Community Resource Desks in partnership with Providence Health & Services have seen an increase in service requests. Continue Reading Stability Persists: Resource Desks Responding to the Increased Need
Marysville Elementary SUN Site Manager, Audrey Rozell, is busy helping to distribute food to students and families in need while schools remain closed due to COVID-19! Continue Reading Audrey Adapts to Meet the Need!