Archive of: Non-Profits

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Bumper harvest from Christmas Forest

Greater Olympia gathered earlier this month at the Christmas Forest, a major fund-raiser for the foundation supporting Providence St. Peter Hospital.

December 2017

New interim leader for MDC agency

A Tacoma-based non-profit that serves youth, adults and families challenged by poverty is getting a new leader today, on an interim basis while a search if formed.

December 2017

AG goes after retailer that isn’t ‘charity’

Thrift stores in the retail marketplace often seem to be related to non-profit organizations, even when they aren't. State lawyers believe that confusion is intentional for at least one chain.

December 2017

49 acres joins Thurston shellfish protection

Shoreline protection for South Puget Sound is critical for water-dependent aqua farming and other business uses, as well as nature protection, and a new project near Henderson Inlet will fit both those goals.

November 2017

Thurston ‘Boss of Year’ honorees named

The annual program to identify outstanding managers in Thurston County has selected three individuals to be honored in mid-December. Included are a long-time non-profit CEO, golf club manager and high-profile attorney.

November 2017

Local company gets jump on holiday charity

A Puyallup area pest control company is offering to match dollar donations to specific local charities this month and next, as well as serve as a collecting spot for donated food items.

November 2017

Philanthropy to be recognized

South Sound leaders will recognize leaders in philanthropy at a luncheon next week, celebrating efforts to support the community through its non-profit organizations.

October 2017

Shelton medical foundation honors

Members of the Mason County community will remember Marian and Harold Greenberg, 20-year residents of Shelton, at the annual Fantasy Forest event next month.

October 2017

40/40: Volunteers, numbers & leading

Volunteer service is a large part of the story for two "40 Under Forty" honorees profiled today, along with an inspiring victory over cancer by a financial adviser who is now moving from banking into a family business.

October 2017

40/40: Mental health, issues and carrots

Today's profiled "40 Under Forty" honorees started making their impacts in Ghana, Alaska and Tacoma, and those contributions to community have only grown with their career progression in the South Sound.

October 2017
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