The Washington State Department of Commerce is partnering with Philanthropy Northwest to administer $2 million of relief funding from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act through an open application to community-based nonprofits and tribal organizations most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Are you a teaching artist or arts educator interested in deepening your skills and practice to provide effective arts-based education? The TAT Lab Core program is a 6-month professional development learning community that is based on the philosophy that reflective practice and thoughtful planning are essential to effective educational experiences.
Washington State Arts Commission (ArtsWA) in collaboration with the Washington State Department of Commerce* is pleased to provide CARES relief funding to Washington State arts and cultural organizations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Application Deadline: October 23, 2020.
The Foundation for Working Families is a non-profit organization established by the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO and its affiliates to assist union families in Washington state in times of hardship or disaster.
by University Of Washington Foster School of Business Blog
This session will cover ways to look at serving customers in different ways -based on the business you have today. To survive and grow businesses will need to find new customers and new ways to reach customers. This workshop will present strategies to identify and win new customers and clients.
At its core, COVID-19 deeply impacts the disability community – those who identify as disabled and those who are new to our community due to existing health conditions that place them in high risk categories and/or who acquire disabilities after contracting COVID-19. The resource is a regularly updated page of Advocacy work of DRW as well as general COVID-19 Resource List for the disability community.
WLA is pleased to announce WLA Legal Advice Week (“WLA LAW”), a special week-long pro bono telephone clinic where artists and arts professionals statewide can get 30 minutes of free advice related to their legal issues.
Individuals who have lost health insurance coverage after March 1, 2020 during the public health emergency will have until September 30, 2020 to sign up for coverage through Washington Healthplanfinder.