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The sea.citi Team
HOW TECH COMPANIES ARE SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITIES
- Amazon is giving away a free year of live and on-demand cooking classes on the Food Network Kitchen app.
- Astra Labs, a nonprofit software company, has created a website to help people cope with the impact of COVID-19.
- AT&T, Comcast and Verizon extend no late fee, termination policies through June 30.
- Headspace is offering free content to help weather the storm.
- TikTok launched Donation Stickers, allowing creators to fundraise for coronavirus relief efforts.
- Unity Learn is offering three months of complimentary access to Unity Learn Premium.
- Zillow expanded their WFH policy through the end of 2020.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
- Take engineering action through the National Academy of Engineering.
- Volunteer to help seniors.
- Find other volunteer opportunities through the United Way of King County.
MOST RECENT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTS
- Governor Inslee announced some outdoor recreation activities will be able to partially reopen on May 5.
- After making additional cuts to services, King County Metro is offering essential workers the opportunity to form temporary vanpools.
Chef Wayne Johnson, VP of Culinary Operations at FareStart, shares how the organization has pivoted to make sure graduates of the program stay employed and vulnerable populations receive much-needed meals.
We are so proud of the many examples of how our region is weathering the global pandemic. We’ve shared with you how employers are stepping up, how philanthropy is rallying resources and how individuals are contributing. The next step is putting faces to these bullet points, we’re already hearing from tech industry and community leaders and we want to keep adding to these inspiring stories — tell us yours!