Nearly 2 Million Pacific Northwest (PNW) households can’t afford a basic monthly budget that includes housing, food, child care, health care, transportation and a smartphone, according to new reports released by the United Ways of the Pacific Northwest and the United Way ALICE Project. The 2016 data shows that 40 percent of the 4.95 million households in the three states of Idaho, Oregon and Washington aren’t earning enough to make ends meet.
KPTZ Radio Port Townsend is excited to launch a new community survey to help KPTZ steer the future of local, independent community radio in Jefferson County. Whether you’re a daily listener or you’ve never tuned in, they want to hear from you.
We are pleased to welcome back Anne L. Morisseau, CCMP, with another workshop on change management. When we experience changes in our personal and professional lives, we also go through a procession of stages called the change curve. Both small and large changes may cause us to enter a dip and disengage or lose productivity.
Attend the upcoming JCF seminar June 13, 2018 from 3pm to 5pm at the Jefferson County Public Library in Port Hadlock. RSVP to email@example.com.
Deadline: Applications must be submitted online no later than midnight on May 31, 2018
What is Give Jefferson?
Give Jefferson is the United Good Neighbors’ 2018 Annual Campaign - PLUS. This year, in addition to the traditional elements of the campaign – the brochure, workplace giving campaigns and neighborhood outreach – there are some new features:
UGN is pleased to welcome Jefferson Community Foundation (JCF) as a presenting partner helping to manage the campaign;
ALL nonprofits in Jefferson County are invited to submit proposals, not only traditional UGN partners;
There will also be an online Giving Catalog where the public will be invited to donate directly to YOUR ORGANIZATION during the month of October 2018.
All funding sent to UGN via mail and workplace campaigns will remain dedicated to basic service organizations, and UGN operations, as it has been for 61 years.