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NAPO Seattle Day of Service Application 2020

My Seattle Area Chapter of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO) holds an annual Day of Service in celebration of January, GO (Get Organized) Month. Five – ten Organizers come into a registered King County 501(c)3 non-profit and clear up and structure some trouble spot – a jumbled storeroom, the back office,…

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Charity Choice Monday – North Helpline – Real Change 27

North Helpline, which administers food banks serving the residents of the 98115, 98125, 98133, 98155, 98177, 98011, and 98028 zip codes, emergency services, a Baby Cupboard (infant and toddler supplies), and referral resources, approaches asking for donations as practically as it approaches caring for its neighborhood. It lists four ways to give: money, time, food,…

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Charity Choice Monday – Juvenile Justice Clothing Shop

Every paragraph below is taken directly from the Shop’s website page. The Shop is a service within the King County Superior Court system, quietly coordinated by The Church Council of Greater Seattle. Youth and Family Clothing Shop What is it and who can access the Shop? The Youth and Family Clothing Shop is a clothing…

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Charity Choice Monday – Country Doctor Community Health Centers – Real Change 26

“Country Doctor Community Health Centers (CDCHC) has a rich history of providing high quality, caring, culturally appropriate primary health care to our neighbors, regardless of their ability to pay. We understand that choosing a primary care provider is one of the most important health decisions you can make. Here at Country Doctor Community Health Centers we…

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Charity Choice Monday – FareStart – Real Change 24

FareStart: “Great Food, Better Lives.   Providing real solutions to poverty, homelessness and hunger FareStart has been helping people transform their lives through food for over 25 years — one person, one job and one community at a time. People in poverty struggle to escape the cycle they are in and often face other compounding…

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Charity Choice Monday – Traugott Terrace – Real Change 22

Traugott House is a “clean and sober apartment community.” Sheltering men and women, it is named after one of its founders, Traugott “Tom” Zurcher, whose compassion led him to lay its foundation in 1984.   A 501(c)3 within the (Catholic) Archdiocesan Housing Authority, Traugott House is “committed to fulfilling the vision of its namesake and…

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New Traditions – Real Change 21

New Traditions supports long term sobriety for the mother, healthier children and stronger families. Clients participate in its comprehensive programs while receiving the gender-based chemical dependency treatment and services they need.   The New Traditions gifts-in-kind wish list is the most varied I, in my role as Casual Uncluttering LLC stuff-hauler (I often bring donations…

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Cash and Community

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I’m in the middle of a calm decluttering. Calm because it’s entirely voluntary. I’m conducting it strictly at my chosen pace. It’s catching me some cash: I’m letting go of things by selling them on Facebook Marketplace. If something doesn’t sell on Marketplace, I’ll experiment with OfferUp, Nextdoor, letgo and similar. I want to know how those…

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