News

Building Changes’ Economic Opportunities Initiative has been gaining traction since it first kicked off April. Recently, we awarded more than $375,000 in financial assistance grants to 16 participating nonprofits across the state.

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The News Tribune, 9/23/10

An op-ed written by Alice Shobe of Building Changes and Michael Mirra of the Tacoma Housing Authority highlights the work being done in Pierce County to end family homelessness.

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Two Building Changes' grantees, Serenity House of Clallam County and Housing Hope, have a lot to be proud of.

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The White House announces its first-ever federal plan to end homelessness and highlights a family from Washington state, who has been helped by the Washington Families Fund and our partner grantee, Hopelink.

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Good news: The state budget signed by Governor Gregoire on May 4th includes $1 million for the Washington Families Fund!

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Building Changes is pleased to announce 25 new partners in 19 counties across the state who will participate in its Economic Opportunities Initiative.

Wednesday, April 28 2010

Event Honors Clark County Grantee

On April 14th, Building Changes held a special event in Vancouver, WA to honor Community Services Northwest and celebrate a new Washington Families Fund grant award of $375,000 that will support an expansion of CSNW's family housing program.

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Grants will go to eight organizations working to move families out of homelessness into housing, school, and economic stability in Clallam, Clark, King, Pacific, Snohomish, Thurston, and Walla Walla counties.

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A baseline assessment reveals that the Washington Families Fund High-Needs Family program is serving families with a greater degree of complex needs than previous studies of homeless families have identified.

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With a special session of the 2010 Washington State Legislature underway to help fill the $2.6 billion budget shortfall, Building Changes continues to take a prominent role in ensuring that Washington state addresses critical issues around housing and homelessness.

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