10.2 Down Syndrome Community Buddy Walk At The Seattle CenterFrom individuals with Down syndrome and their family members, to those who know someone with Down syndrome, to community members who simply want to show their support, the Buddy Walk is a day of celebration to promote acceptance, inclusion, and respect of individuals with Down syndrome.
The Soldiers ProjectArmy Veteran Zachary Sherman partners with The Soldiers Project to raise awareness and support for PTSD during his 9,484-mile motorcycle journey through North, Central and South America.
9.12 Mary's Place of Seattle Presents 'Original Voices'
Catching Homelessness: UW Professor Tells Her Personal StorySeattle writer Josephine Ensign, known for her writing about nursing and about homelessness and for teaching student nurses and writers, talks about her book, Catching Homelessness: A Nurse’s Story of Falling Through the Safety Net.
Do You Qualify To Build Your New Home With Habitat For Humanity?If you're a Veteran, take a look at this amazing opportunity.
Molina's New Virtual Urgent Care [Interview]
Jeffrey Marsh, Viner Of The Year, Says Stop Trying to Be Someone Else and Start Living Your Life.
Great Volunteer Opp: Mentoring Kids In SchoolsNearly one in four students fails to graduate on time in Washington. Communities In Schools offers a solution to the dropout problem.
Save A Life. Give Your Blood. Have A Cookie.When a national tragedy happens, blood banks around the country send what they have. In the case of the mass shooting in Orlando, Bloodworks Northwest answered the call, while at the same time, our local supply was at a critical low. It still is. Do what you can to help. There is an urgent appeal for blood and platelet donations. Set up an appointment today.
Have A Cup Of Chai To Help Those With Cancer [The Max Foundation]The Max Foundation serves people living with cancer around the world.
LifeCenter Northwest: Saving Lives Through Organ DonationThey are larger and more committed than ever to saving lives through organ and tissue donation.
From Crisis to Calling: Finding Your Moral Center in the Toughest Decisions