8.6.20 Community Updates

by msjones

Friends,

This week’s news that counting efforts will end a month earlier than previously announced means that historical undercounts of some communities will likely be exacerbated. If you’re interested in supporting census turnout efforts, Philanthropy Northwest has a list of more than 80 organizations across the state that are raising awareness and doing outreach to historically undercounted populations. Also, don’t forget to fill out your own form.

In community,
The sea.citi Team ❤️

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7.30.20 Community Updates

by msjones

Friends,

We hope you have been able to enjoy the summer weather, remember to #maintainsocialdistance and #keepitmoving — #crowdedparksleadtoclosedparks.

In community,
The sea.citi Team
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7.16.20 Community Updates

by msjones

Friends,

We’ve been thinking a lot about education. Last week, we hosted Lisa Chick from Alliance for Education for one of our Roadmap to Recovery events. In the last few months, sea.citi and some of our members partnered with Seattle Public Schools and others to run the Family Tech Support Center — helping families navigate the shift to online learning. Did you see our report? On Monday, our partner Communities In Schools of Seattle is launching their back to school supply drive. This week, there’s news that King County’s transmission rate is too high to safely reopen schools. What questions do you have about regional public education? Digital equity? How reopening schools ultimately impacts general reopening plans? Drop us a line and let us know.

In community,
The sea.citi Team
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