As we all continue to stay home, we hope you are taking good care of yourselves — this website might help.
The sea.citi Team
HOW TECH COMPANIES ARE SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITIES
- Amazon donated 8,200 laptops to Seattle Public Schools to support distance learning.
- Amazon Web Services partnered with the Consumer Technology Association and the American Telemedicine Association to launch TechHealthDirectory.com, an online resource that lists dozens of digital health products, tools and services.
- Amperity lent their talents to building a website for The Plate Fund — a new effort to support out-of-work restaurant workers in King County.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
- Hear from a who’s-who lineup at Startup Grind’s virtual summit — ticket proceeds will support #allinSeattle’s Small Business Stabilization Fund.
- Join the efforts to support local students — Amazon’s laptop donation helped kick off the Education Equity Fund, you can donate to make sure all students have access to the resources they need to continue their learning while schools are closed.
- Help local restaurant workers — The Plate Fund is a collaboration between the Schultz Family Foundation, #allinSeattle, UpTogether and local restaurant owners.
- Find answers to all your questions — The New York Times Coronavirus FAQs are extremely thorough.
- Learn about local aquatic wildlife from The Seattle Aquarium — this week is Fish Week.
MOST RECENT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTS
- Washington health officials recommend face coverings.
- Schools will remain closed for the rest of the academic year.
- The City of Seattle has made major changes to parking rules and enforcement.
STORIES FROM OUR READERS
- Aaron’s company, Blokable, delivered an ADA accessible unit for a Washington State Department of Health quarantine site in Centralia.