Enjoy hunting for a great bargain? Want to help out a worthy cause? Look no further than one of Seattle’s many charity stores. Read about how five outstanding local stores help to make a difference.
The campaign to bring charter schools to Washington raised nearly $5 million in cash contributions during the past six weeks, including donations from Bill Gates and Paul Allen.
The Seattle Sounders FC will honor the local law enforcement community during their first Law Enforcement Appreciation Night on Saturday, March 31 at CenturyLink Field.
Sometimes a little extra help feeding a cat or dog can make the difference in whether someone struggling to make ends meet has to give up their beloved pet or not.
Head to Lacey, WA this Saturday, December 3 to see over 17,000 motorcycles of all shapes and kinds gathered together! The 34th annual Toy Run for The Salvation Army hopes to beat last year’s total of over $230,000 in toys and donations.
Join the new 94.1 KMPS during their annual Bike Drive to make a special Christmas for a child in need.
Looking for a community project for yourself or your family members? Join the Basket Brigade and bring food and good cheer to those most needy in the Seattle area.
Chef John Howie is asking you to participate in his Stone Soup adventure. Helping Food Lifeline making Thanksgiving dinner a little brighter for those in our community.
You know Habitat for Humanity as a non-profit that builds affordable homes for people. Now, it’s a place where you can shop for new and gently used furniture and home decor!
Get ready to swing and country two step at Kent Station! The concerts are free, so come out and enjoy. And plan to help Kent’s Food Bank during the concerts, by bringing donations of food, clothing, or cash.