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The history of the Washington Families Fund and Building Changes’ insights on leading this unique statewide program are the subjects of two newly released reports.

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New Washington Families Fund service grants awarded to five nonprofit providers in Clark, Clallam, King, Snohomish, and Yakima counties.

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Looking Into Light, a national touring photo exhibit from the National Center on Family Homelessness, will be on display at Seattle's City Hall from March 5 to April 27.

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Impatient Optimists, 1/26/12
Alice Shobe of Building Changes writes about Pierce County's ambitious plan to serve all populations experiencing homelessness.

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Founding Executive Director Betsy Lieberman concludes 24 years of visionary leadership and paves the way for her successor.

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Puget Sound Business Journal, 1/4/12

Valerie Bauman reports on Building Changes' leadership transition.

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Washington State improved its national ranking on child homelessness from 25 to 19, according to a comprehensive report released today by The National Center on Family Homelessness.

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Nick Codd"Early on, I was drawn to employment and vocational services, because it offered a clear pathway to concrete improvements in people’s lives."


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Building Changes’ Economic Opportunities Initiative grantees are making a positive impact on their communities.

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Learn from Mark Putnam of Building Changes and Marléna Sessions of Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County about developing and implementing employment programs for people experiencing homelessness.

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