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COMMUNITY SUPPORT HUB

During these uncertain times, we’re holding true to our commitment to our community.

For nearly 100 years, it’s been our mission to provide free and critical basic services to those in need across the North Puget Sound region. In these uncertain times, we’re holding true to that commitment to our employees and students. Here, you’ll find a comprehensive list of valuable resources, as well as ways to help those in need.

 

 

"Our stores may be closed, but our promise to our most vulnerable neighbors still stands.”

– Daryl Campbell, CEO Seattle Goodwill

 

 

 

 

Find Help

Find resources during COVID-19 from food bank locations and general financial help to homeschooling help and making appointments with a virtual doctor.

Community Connection Information

Two women sitting at a dining room table, conversing and eating.We’ve worked with a number of local and state-wide organizations to compile a list of community and government resources ranging from:

Education and Childcare: teaching and homeschooling resources and free daycare for children of essential workers

Food: including food banks and free food for children and seniors

Utilities, Telecommunication, and Internet: financial help from providers paying electric bills and rent

Medical, Dental, and Mental Health: finding virtual doctors and clinics

Etc.: domestic violence services, transportation, and more

For each, you can find names and contact information of participating agencies and organizations. 

Search through the various tabs along the bottom to find resources available by county (Snohomish, Whatcom, King, Kitsap, and Skagit), and those available to everyone. This document is updated frequently—if you know of other resources you’d like added, please contact us at goodwill@seattlegoodwill.org.

You can also view this list as a standalone document here.

More Resources

For those whose employment has been impacted by COVID-19, we’re here to help. We’ve collected lists of relevant blog posts to support you in job searching, self-advocacy, and digital literacy, to ensure you’re prepared and comfortable navigating your online search process.

 

How You Can Support Us

Help us help others. Your support goes to services for those that need it most.

Goodwill Hope & Health FundA Goodwill Employee standing behind a counter with his arms spread open.

The impact of the current public health crisis has changed our way of life within just a few weeks. For many of the people we serve, there is no safety net to catch them in a time of crisis. With your help, Goodwill can provide support services to fulfill urgent needs like rent, food, utility bills, and medical care. We also assist people dealing with increasing job instability by helping them navigate unemployment, complete job searches, and become work-ready. 

This is how we serve our community every day in normal times, but in this unprecedented situation the need is exponentially greater.

Since closing our nonprofit stores in March, the funding from our retail thrift stores is no longer available. As the negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to grow, the cost of responding to our neighbors with employment and support services will soon exceed our available resources. We need your support to get people what they need, now more than ever. 

 

 

 

Thank you to our Hope & Health Fund Partners

Hero

411 Westlake LLC

TEW Foundation

United Way of Snohomish County

 

Champion

Amazon

Complete Office

The Foster Foundation

Foushée Family

KOMO-TV

Scott Missall and Kathryn Strobl-Missall

Resilience Fund of the Whatcom
Community Foundation

Kerri Schroeder and Ken Jambor

Starbucks Coffee Company

T-Mobile

United Way
Emergency Recovery
Fund for COVID-19

Vulcan Inc.

Wells Fargo

John Zunick & Mar Jo Gillis

 

Click here to see a complete list of all our partners.

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