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Staff Spotlight: Sonia Rincon-Heflin
In continuation of our #TBT series highlighting some of our longest-tenured Impact NW staff members, today’s featured staff member is Sonia Rincon-Heflin.
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A Message and Invitation from our LGBTQ2SIA+ Committee
For over 50 years, Impact NW has united our community across all identities, ages and backgrounds. And within our own organization we do the same through active participation in committees and support groups. In ongoing support of our Black community during this important moment and in recognition of Pride, our LGBTQ2SIA+ committee has this message (and invitation) to share:
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Rick’s Community Support Drive: Building Community, One Board At A Time
It takes a community to Prevent Homelessness. We’ve known this from the earliest days of Impact NW as we sat around that kitchen table in the Buckman Neighborhood and sought to unite our community in the fight against poverty and homelessness. And now today, as our community endures the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the power of a united community is shining brighter than ever.
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Mamak Tabrizian: 36 Years of Impact
“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.”
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Anti-Racist Resources: To Learn, Support, Advocate and Amplify Black Voices
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?”
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Hospital-based Resource Access Centers: Impact NW Provides Much Needed Access to Care, Information and Support
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.