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The Seattle Times, 2/9/15

In a letter to the editor, Alice Shobe, Executive Director of Building Changes, points to promising local responses to homelessness and makes a case for "innovation, rooted in data-driven funding decisions."

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$1.5M in new Washington Families Fund System Innovation grants awarded to projects in King and Pierce Counties.

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Report urges lawmakers to “actively pursue legislation and budget decisions that undo racial inequity.”

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Wednesday, January 21 2015

Seeking Advisory Committee members

Help inform our statewide funding strategy for homeless youth and young adult services. Committee applications due Feb. 4.

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Statement from Alice Shobe, Executive Director of Building Changes, in response to the latest report released by the state Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

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Washington Youth & Families Fund ten-year anniversary celebration culminates in signing of new Memorandum of Understanding.

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The Fund is expanding its focus to embrace youth and young adults, building on ten years of groundbreaking collaboration.

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$2M in new Washington Families Fund System Innovation grants reflect collaborative investments in systems to better align efforts and serve more families.

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Friday, September 19 2014

$1.6 Million in New Grants Announced

Washington Families Fund service grants will target rapid re-housing interventions that work for a broader range of families.

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Thursday, September 18 2014

Federal eye on Washington State

Promising local practices and cross-sector partnerships are catching the eye of the federal government.

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