Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources

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Health and government officials are working together to maintain the safety, security, and health of the American people. Small businesses are encouraged to do their part to keep their employees, customers, and themselves healthy. Content Coronavirus Funding Options Coronavirus Recovery Information in Languages other than English Guidance for Businesses and Employers Local Assistance Join the […]

Ballot drop boxes

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Return your ballot to a ballot drop box. Your ballot must be returned to a ballot drop box by 8 p.m. on Election Day. Plan ahead to avoid lines. 24-hour drop boxes Open 24 hours a day beginning October 15 Closes on Election Day, November 3 at 8:00 p.m. * Drive-up ballot drop box   https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/elections/how-to-vote/ballots/returning-my-ballot/ballot-drop-boxes.aspx   […]

Airport Jobs Hotlist – Sea-Tac Job Listings

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Airport Jobs is now available for limited one-on-one appointments, as well as virtual assistance! We can help you with your resume, SIDA preparation, online job application assistance and more. Please contact us at 206-787-7501 and leave a voicemail. We will get back to you promptly. You may also email airport-jobs.mailbox@portseattle.org to reach staff. We are enrolling new customers in […]

COVID-19 – What Can Child Care Providers Do?

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The COVID-19 situation is changing daily. Child Care Aware of Washington is here to support you and the children and families you serve. K-12 school and workplace closures are impacting children, families and providers. Our Family Center is tracking both provider closures and openings so we can provide accurate referrals to families seeking care. Call […]

Digital approaches for the COVID era (By Brian Lemond)

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For many nonprofit organizations and institutions, the coronavirus pandemic is an existential threat—spaces are shuttered, programs are paused, and funding is frozen. Leaders in the field are planning for myriad scenarios while acknowledging that pre-pandemic patterns and relationships may never return. With the clock ticking and organizations pressed for creative thinking, my colleagues and I […]

Coronavirus and Parent Trust

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Helping families navigate the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic Your family’s health and safety are our top concern. Every family, every person is experiencing heightened stress. We’re here to help. Our buildings are closed, but our staff is working remotely; answering phones, holding classes online, tracking the ever-changing resources available to help families. We know that […]

Employees Community Fund of Boeing and Federal Way Rotary partner with MSC to bring food the community

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Multi-Service Center (MSC) is back on the road again picking up food donations in a new box truck thanks to generous grants from the Employees Community Fund of Boeing and Federal Way Rotary. MSC’s new 2019 Isuzu box truck will pick up 70% of the food donations, representing 58,000 pounds of food each year, that […]

RENT ASSISTANCE APPLICATION FOR HOUSEHOLDS IMPACTED BY COVID-19/CORONAVIRUS

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MSC has limited funds to support households in South King County impacted by COVID-19. To be considered for rental assistance you must: • Live in Auburn, Burien, Des Moines, Federal Way, Kent, Renton, SeaTac, orTukwila • Be behind in rent • Be impacted by COVID-19 • Meet the current monthly maximum household income below. Funding […]