WSAJ CARES ꔷ JUNE 1-12, 2020

Organized by WSAJ Public Affairs Committee
Co-chairs: Tara Eubanks & David Abeyta

 

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East King County: We Got This Seattle in East King County

Our mission is to support local restaurants while providing hot meals to frontline workers. We rely 100% on donations from the community. Treat a frontline worker to a meal and donate HERE. Learn more about We Got This Seattle HERE.
Coordinator/Contact: Liz McLafferty, Schroeter Goldmark Bender, mclafferty@sgb-law.com and
Tara Eubanks, Law Offices of Tara L. Eubanks, PLLC, tara@taraeubankslaw.com

 

Pierce County: Downtown Tacoma Partnership

Provides meals to medical and front-line workers. Hero Meals was created to feed our local front line heroes through  donated meals purchased from participating Downtown Tacoma restaurants by our local community. For more information visit https://downtowntacomapartnership.com/hero-meals/
Coordinator/Contact: Kristine Zucconi, kdzucconi@gmail.com

 

Seattle: We Got This Seattle

Our mission is to support local restaurants while providing hot meals to frontline workers. We rely 100% on donations from the community. Treat a frontline worker to a meal and donate HERE. Learn more about We Got This Seattle HERE.
Coordinator/Contact: Liz McLafferty, Schroeter Goldmark Bender, mclafferty@sgb-law.com and
Tara Eubanks, Law Offices of Tara L. Eubanks, PLLC, tara@taraeubankslaw.com

 

Snohomish County: Dawson Place Child Advocacy Center in Everett

Provides services needed by child victims of physical abuse, sexual assault, neglect, drug endangerment, or witness to a violent crime. Under quarantine orders, reports of domestic violence are up worldwide. Go HERE to read the article.     We are collecting items such as new books, footballs, soccer balls and gift cards to provide to children as they visit the Center. Donations may be dropped off at: Hurt at Work Northwest 1604 Hewitt Ave Ste 515, Everett. There are also other needed items located on the Dawson Place Amazon Wishlist.
Coordinators/Contacts: Joey Reibel, Hurt at Work Northwest, joey@hurtatworknw.law and
Tara Eubanks, Law Offices of Tara L. Eubanks, PLLC, tara@taraeubankslaw.com

 

Spokane County: YWCA Domestic Violence Shelter in Spokane

Houses women and children that are fleeing domestic violence. Under quarantine orders, reports of domestic violence are up worldwide. Go HERE to read the article. At this time, suggested items are diapers (sizes 5 and 6), Pull-Ups and  baby wipes. Please check this YWCA link for other suggested donations and information about the Shelter. Donations may be dropped off at: Armitage & Thompson, PLLC 220 W Main Ave, Spokane.
Coordinator/Contact: JJ Thompson, Armitage & Thompson, PLLC, jjt@law-wa.com

 

Tri-Cities: My Friends Place in Kennewick

A homeless teen shelter in the Tri-Cities, which is the only teen homeless shelter in all of southeastern Washington. Their needs are modest as they receive almost no public funding. Bryce is helping coordinate a donation drive (toiletries,  cleaning supplies, bus passes, bottled water, pillows/pillowcases, etc.) and organizing an Amazon Wish List. Please visit My Friends Place for more information. Donations can be dropped off at McPartland Law Offices 7103 W Clearwater Ave Ste D, Kennewick.
Coordinator/Contact: Bryce McPartland, McPartland Law Offices, bpm@mcpartlandlaw.com

 

Yakima County: Sunrise Outreach in Yakima
Sunshine Outreach is the largest food bank in Yakima, and serves the entire county. Food and mask donations are being accepted. You can also go to Sunrise Outreach for more information about them.
Coordinator/Contact: David Abeyta, Abeyta Nelson, dabeyta@abeytanelson.com

 

If your County/area is not listed, and you would like to organize a project, please email raphaela@washingtonjustice.org with all the details. Thank you!
 

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