This map is designed to help key stakeholders understand and assess the community efforts to help families become financially stable.
By the time he enrolled at Evergreen-Tacoma, Mosesly had been well known in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood for many years. Charismatic, with infectious energy and a DIY spirit, he comfortably wore many hats in the historically African-American community.
The Tacoma Roots Summit is the first event hosted by the Tacoma Roots: Environmental Justice Forum.
The HILLTOP ACTION JOURNAL is a volunteer led traditional community newspaper with articles, stories, news and information about the Hilltop Area for local residents.
This 36 page workbook will help you define what you want to achieve in life and develop an action plan to move toward your goals.
This forum is a safe place to engage in conversations about environmental issues, especially as they intersect with race, justice, health, community, and equity—with a focus on Tacoma and Pierce County.
Torqly is an on-line job matching portal for the construction trades launched in partnership with the City of Tacoma’s Economic Development Department and Tacoma Works Initiative.
Washington State should establish a business tax credit to incentivize employers to pay for employees’ public college tuition and state approved certifications.
Children in poverty exist throughout Pierce County, but not equally. There are several areas in Pierce County with extremely high populations of young children (under age 12) living in households with income below the federal poverty level.
United Way of Pierce County is pleased to announce that Sound Outreach and Goodwill have been selected as partners to help low-income families through United Way’s first two Center for Strong Families, slated to open later this summer.
If you are an employment coach or provide employment services and are looking for a way for clients to create a personal vision and career plan, I just published a client workbook that might help.
Should violence be more than a law enforcement issue and considered an emerging public health issue as other areas have suggested?
If you are a senior citizen or disabled with your primary residence in Washington State, there are two programs that may help you pay your property taxes and/or special assessments.
The process of finding grants typically begins with prospect research. Foundations generally give based on subject and geographic region, so look for funders whose interests match your organization's mission, programs, populations served, and locations served.
In Washington State, non-violent offenders who met certain criteria are eligible to have their criminal records sealed after 5 or 10 years depending on the level of their offense.