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King County Covid-19 Relief Fund Application Now Open

For Independent Live Music Venues, Science Organizations, and Arts/Culture/Science Education NOTE: The application period is now closed. Applications will be reviewed and notification sent to all applicants by Friday, August 14. King County is providing one-time grants as economic support to certain types of organizations in King County experiencing business interruption caused by the requiredContinue reading “King County Covid-19 Relief Fund Application Now Open”

Food Resource Map & Today’s COVID-19 Report | Mon Jun 15

Food insecurity has come to the forefront as a key issue during COVID-19.  In April alone, the 211 Crisis Connections hotline data shows more than 1,200 calls regarding food assistance, and there was a 10.5% increase in the number of households receiving Basic Food (SNAP) benefits.   Public Health recently released a map of free foodContinue reading “Food Resource Map & Today’s COVID-19 Report | Mon Jun 15”

Reducing Risks while Protesting & Today’s COVID-19 Report | Fri Jun 12

This week, Public Health acknowledged that many protesters, particularly Black, Indigenous and People of Color, are choosing to take on the risk of potential exposure to COVID-19 because of the importance of confronting and undoing the systems of racism, oppression and brutality. People are protesting because their lives depend on it. Public Health is concernedContinue reading “Reducing Risks while Protesting & Today’s COVID-19 Report | Fri Jun 12”