For over 30 years, School’s Out Washington’s (SOWA) mission has been to support quality expanded learning programs for Washington’s children and youth and to work to ensure equitable access to high-quality, expanded learning programs in all Washington communities—especially for low-income youth and youth of color. Importantly, SOWA’s work is centered on racial equity and cultural responsiveness to enhance and transform learning.
Based upon our experience in serving our clients throughout the pandemic and feedback we have received from our employees, PayNorthwest recently offered the choice to our employees: work from home on a permanent basis, work on a hybrid (some in office some at home) schedule, or work 100% in the office.
PayNorthwest is pleased to announce that we have selected Seattle Foundation’s Fund for Inclusive Recovery as the recipient of our Pennies for Paychecks program funds for 2021.
Every quarter, a committee of PayNorthwest employees selects a group of 501(c)3 organizations working in the areas we serve to receive grants of financial support.
Long before 2020 took a turn down Covid Lane, PayNorthwest committed to partner with and support the RAVE Foundation’s One Ball Program which seeks to distribute 100,000 high-quality soccer balls to children in under-served communities by 2026.
PayNorthwest stands firmly with the Black community in saying Black Lives Matter and that we must do better. This is not a trend, but a movement, and the fight against systemic racism and injustice is not over! As an organization and as employees, we believe that charitable giving to organizations that support the well-being of … Continue
PayNorthwest could not be prouder to highlight Byrd Barr Place as one of our Difference Makers. One of Washington’s oldest community organizations, Byrd Barr works to build a more equitable future for all Washingtonians through services and advocacy that enable people to live healthier, more prosperous lives.
PayNorthwest is proud to support RAVE Foundation’s One Ball Program, which seeks to distribute 100,000 high-quality soccer balls to children in under-served communities by 2026.
In observance of a call by Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County for a statewide day of action in support of all Black lives, PayNorthwest will be closing its offices at noon on Friday, June 12th. The closure of our office is to provide paid time to all employees, who so desire, to listen, learn, reflect or speak out on the matter of racism and Black lives in America.
– Mike Anderson, Founder & CEO Long overdue, in so many ways, but as Founder and CEO of PayNorthwest, I want to acknowledge the tragic, awful, unjust murder of George Floyd, as well as the countless, but not nameless, other victims of excessive force by police and other anti-Black violence committed here in America, such … Continue