Archive for 'Youth Violence'
Beginning on March 1, 2011, the Seattle Human Services Department will realign its operations to better meet the needs of constituents and the community. The work of former divisions including Youth Development & Achievement, Early Learning & Family Support, and Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Prevention will be restructured to become two [More]
Posted: February 1st, 2011 under Asset Building, Child Care, Domestic Violence, Early Learning, Family Support, Homeless Services, Human Interests, Seniors, Youth, Youth Violence.
Tags: realignment, reorganization, strategic plan
The Seattle Foundation, one of the nation's largest community foundations, recently launched a new Web site, the Giving Center. The site provides information for prospective donors on 675 nonprofits doing a wide range of work. Financial and evaluation information is included for each organization described. Launch of the site was covered in the Seattle Times [More]
Posted: September 16th, 2010 under Child Care, Domestic Violence, Early Learning, Family Support, Homeless Services, Human Interests, Public Health, Seniors, Youth, Youth Violence.
Tags: giving, nonprofits, Seattle Foundation, web site
Mayor Mike McGinn and City staff held the first public meeting on the Mayor’s Youth and Families Initiative on Monday, Feb. 22. This was the first in a series of five public workshops to help define a youth and families agenda for Seattle. The other four meetings will be held on March [More]
Posted: February 26th, 2010 under Early Learning, Family Support, Human Interests, Youth Violence.
Helping youth and families is integral to the Seattle Human Services Department’s mission to connect people with the resources and solutions they need. Every day, we work with our community partners to help children learn and thrive through our preschool, child care, youth and nutrition programs, and to support parents, families and [More]
Posted: February 26th, 2010 under Child Care, Early Learning, Family Support, Human Interests, Youth Violence.