Winning – it’s what we do!

Crossposted from Election Connection We’re proud to share that we recently won several awards, three for our voter access programs and two for videos we created last year. NACo awards-transparentFirst things first, we received three awards from the National Association of Counties (NACo) for the great way we’re improving voter access for residents here in…

Voter Education Fund kickoff was a success!

Crossposted from Election Connection It was a long day of training and information but the recipients of our Voters Education Fund program were happy to participate! Thank you to every organization who came to our kickoff today and who is doing great things to help expand voter education and outreach to underserved communities throughout King…

Initiative brings people together, provides education and support for faith leaders

We’ve all heard the saying “there’s strength in numbers.” From volunteers coming together to build a home to the mass migration of monarch butterflies, when people (or even animals) come together, beautiful and powerful things can happen. King County is no different. When it provides opportunities for the community to come together, there are amazing…

Reminder: Rev Up For Retirement seminar, April 25

Are you too young to think about retirement? Think again! Join us for a three-hour seminar featuring guest speaker Jean Cormier, who will discuss your Medicare choices and options, and representatives from the Social Security Administration and the Retired Public Employees Council of Washington. We’ll also talk about the current retirement climate and projections for the future,…

King County employee participates in book club featured on KING 5

Shared from the DCHS Touching Base Newsletter  For nearly 27 years, Liz Causby-Miles (Director’s Office) has been part of a book club with other African-American women. They meet regularly to discuss books by African-American authors, have traveled together, and occasionally attend other cultural events. The book club recently published a book of their own, Life Matters. To view…