Archive of: Non-Profits

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Realtors support Mason Co. YMCA

Efforts to fund, build and eventually open a YMCA facility in Shelton-Mason County gained from a donation given by local real estate professionals.

September 2017
40 Under Forty reaches 600 in 2017

40 Under Forty reaches 600 in 2017

Business owners and executives, entrepreneurs, bankers, attorneys, architects, non-profit leaders, pastors and managers of key government operations are all included on the 2017 "40 Under Forty" list of honorees announced today.

September 2017

Visual arts award winners showing

The first decade in honoring works by visual artists in Pierce County is the theme for The Foundation of Art awards now showing in a Tacoma gallery.

September 2017

New leader for United Way-Thurston

Crossing the U.S. diagonally, the next executive director for Thurston County's community safety net organization is relocating from Florida to the South Sound.

September 2017

State sues St. Joe’s over charity care

Catholic-based charitable hospital St. Joseph in Tacoma was named in a lawsuit filed today by the state alleging its business practices actively discouraged the provision of charity care to low-income patients.

September 2017

Funding campaign = Goal + 50%

Fund-raising success means even more support for students of Annie Wright Schools in Tacoma, both athletically and scholastically.

August 2017

Accolades for work supporting non-profits

Two South Sound non-profit organizations gained national visibility for their marketing work, as provided by a Tacoma creative agency.

July 2017
Airline exec speaks to ‘Art of Business’

Airline exec speaks to ‘Art of Business’

'Art cannot survive without Business, and Business needs the Arts' to maintain its soul' and community connections, according to speakers from both sectors at a Tacoma breakfast event.

June 2017

What’s dollar value of ‘Arts/Culture’?

An arts advocacy economic analysis suggests that spending for culture and the arts in Tacoma is worth more than $137 million annually.

June 2017

Efforts to benefit women, girls get $80k+

Women (and men) who support local projects focused on increasing financial stability and self-sufficiency for women and girls in Thurston County just completed a funding round.

May 2017
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