July Newsletter

Since COVID-19 hit WA State, we have worked alongside community to bring food to community, support farmworkers during strikes across Central WA, support local Latino businesses in King and Yakima Counties, and provide weekly COVID-19 updates on radio. And you have been there every step of the way. All the funds raised through our COVID-19 RESILIENCY FUND have provided direct support for workers, families, businesses - our community! And now, Latino Community Fund is saying ALL IN WA! This coalition of nonprofits, community foundation, businesses, and local leaders from WA is coming together to bring awareness across WA on how we can support community. 

Latino Community Fund of Washington State

 

Effective June 26, a statewide order requires individuals to wear a face-covering in indoor public spaces such as stores, offices, and restaurants. The order also requires face coverings outdoors when you can't stay 6 feet apart from others.

Learn more about the state order HERE



Since COVID-19 hit WA State, we have worked alongside community to bring food to community, support farmworkers during strikes across Central WA, support local Latino businesses in King and Yakima Counties, and provide weekly COVID-19 updates on radio. And you have been there every step of the way. All the funds raised through our COVID-19 RESILIENCY FUND have provided direct support for workers, families, businesses - our community! And now, Latino Community Fund is saying ALL IN WA! This coalition of nonprofits, community foundation, businesses, and local leaders from WA is coming together to bring awareness across WA on how we can support community. 

To contribute to support impacted workers and families across our state, please visit www.allinWA.org

For updates and announcements, please join our community using our @allinWA2020 handle on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

To donate today, visit COVID-19 RESILIENCY FUND

Funds will directly support families and local businesses through our food voucher program, provide funds for farmworkers, and support local nonprofits.

The results of the 2020 Census will help determine how hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding flow into communities every year for the next decade. That funding shapes many different aspects of every community, no matter the size, no matter the location. 

Text ICOUNT2020 to 33-2020

Textea YOCUENTO2020 al 33-2020

 

Register to Vote!  Registrate a Votar!


CONNECT WITH LCF

Un Buen Consejo with CAFE and Latino Community Fund of Washington State

Join us every week where we will talk about important issues in our community. Conversations will involve a different theme every week

Monday - Un Buen Consejo with Dr. Chacón

Wednesday - Guest speakers

Friday - Panel of professionals in a question and answer session. 

 

Catch LCF over the Radio

Our community organizers are routinely connecting with our Central Washington Latinx community over the waves--answering questions and updating them on the latest resources available for them.  Listen on Radio KDNA 91.9 FM Thursdays at 5 PM!



Looking for other volunteering opportunities with Latino Community Fund? To join us at a health fair? To register people to vote? Contact lilliane@latinocommunityfund.org to find out how you can get involved! 

 Join us online!  

    

www.latinocommunityfund.org

 

Latino Community Fund of Washington State · 68 S Washington St, Seattle, WA 98104, United States
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