WA COVID RESPONSE CORPS
Due to COVID-19, many of our neighbors face tough choices about what they can afford—between necessities such as food, utilities, transportation and medical care. The WA COVID Response Corps, a partnership between the Schultz Family Foundation and Serve Washington, aims to address food insecurity issues and create meaningful service opportunities for young people, to help keep our most vulnerable neighbors fed and healthy during these difficult times.
We’re excited to share the early learnings from the program and to offer recommendations to expand this innovative public-private national service model to additional states to help even more communities in need.
OUR RESPONSE TO COVID-19
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, we remain committed to serving our community and supporting those in need. Our immediate focus is on those that are most vulnerable and hardest hit, and supporting local organizations on the front lines of the pandemic.
Investing in solutions that help young people realize their potential
OPPORTUNITY YOUTH HIRED TO DATE
The 100,000 Opportunities Initiative™ goal is to hire 1,000,000 young people by 2021
Empowering Post 9/11 Veterans and their Families
Supporting disaster relief efforts
Moving youth, young adults and families with children into safe and stable housing