Archive of: Non-Profits

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‘Creating order out of chaos’ is appealing

Sue Horgen has been keeping the numbers in order for most of the time since late 2000, when she joined The Rescue Mission in Tacoma. But she is clear that her work is about more than numbers in a budget or account – it's about people.

April 2017

Car dealer drives $$ to non-profits

Puyallup gained another major car dealer today, with the grand opening of CarMax just north across the river from Auto Row. CarMax celebrated by gifting $25,000 to a pair of Puyallup charities.

March 2017

Continued growth for Community Health Care

The annual fundraising comedy luncheon for Tacoma's Community Health Care heard about an 8 percent growth in patients through 2016 over the prior year, thanks to expanding services and facilities.

March 2017

Small biz experience in not-for-profit role

A dedicated financial professional in a not-for-profit organization provides positive engagement with management and the board of directors to accomplish overall mission – that describes Richele Center, a finalist for 2017 Financial Executives of the Year.

March 2017

From MSFT to Goodwill

The South Sound's regional Goodwill non-profit has found its new leader, succeeding Terry Hayes, who retired last December. She is Lori Forte Harnick, currently a top manager governing the charitable giving programs at Microsoft Corp. in Redmond.

March 2017

‘Earn it, Keep it and Grow it’

A new program focused on helping lower income families move forward with jobs, money managing and access to services will kick off in Tacoma on Tuesday.

January 2017

Non-profits gain wheels from IT

Getting a "second run around the track," former Vanpool vehicles are being awarded to nonprofit groups in Thurston County to keep their programs rolling.

December 2016

Shelton utility ex-HQ to mental health

A former utility district admin building in Shelton will become a treatment center for mental health and substance abuse.

December 2016

Forest fun brings cash to hospital mission

A traditional holiday season fund-raiser in the Capital City area brought more than half a million to support hospital charity care and missions.

December 2016

$5,000 to feed families

Families needing to utilize food bank resources will be benefiting from a donation from real estate professionals in Thurston County.

November 2016
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