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Creating Opportunities through ‘Sound Generations’ feat. Paige Denison | KIPS
Paige Denison has over 20 years of experience working with evidence-based health promotion programs for older adults and adults aging with disability. She is Director of Health, Wellness, and Project Enhance at Sound Generations in Seattle Washington, where the mission is to support people on their …
Serving the Community: Seattle’s COVID-19 Emergency Food Response
The City of Seattle recently released a report about the 2020-2021 emergency food response during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic and thanking the many partners involved in supporting our residents. Since the beginning, food security has been a top concern as the unprecedented health and eco…
Meals on Wheels drivers help seniors prepare for heat wave
Drivers for Meals on Wheels will be doing extra check-ins for their clients over the next couple of days due to the anticipated heat wave.
Kent woman receives honor for volunteer work in schools | Kent Reporter
Mary Floyd is part of a foster grandparent program that mentors children
200,000 meals: Demand soars as Seattle-area seniors hunker down during coronavirus pandemic
Pre-COVID-19, Sound Generations, one of 12 nonprofits helped by donations to The Seattle Times Fund For The Needy, brought seniors together for meals. Now those meals must be picked up or delivered. And the need? The program will serve 200,000…
COVID-19 ‘changed everything.’ Agencies adapt to meet huge demand as The Seattle Times kicks off Fund For The Needy campaign
The Seattle Times kicks off its 42nd Fund For The Needy campaign at an extraordinary time. The pandemic has both dramatically increased needs and forced agencies to change the way they help people. They seem to be succeeding.
How to Safely Feed Food-Insecure Seniors During a Pandemic
The challenge is striking a balance between food security and coronavirus prevention, especially among the most vulnerable populations.
Drivers deliver meals to seniors through Seattle slush
Workers had the option to wait out the storm, but King County’s Meals on Wheels took to the streets anyway.