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  • July 2019 Charity of the Month: WA-BLOC

    Bonneville Seattle is proud to name WA-BLOC as its July 2019 Charity of the Month. Their mission is to empower youth of color through academic, creative and place based leadership. WA-BLOC, which stands for Building Leaders of Change, uses four approaches to develop youth into powerful leaders. Through inter-generational leadership, restorative justice, youth and parent […]
  • June Charity of the Month: Lambert House

    Lambert House has been selected as Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for June 2019. Lambert House is a safe place for LGBTQ youth ages 11-22. Through fun activities, support groups, planning meetings, dances and other events, Lambert House is where LGBTQ youth make life better for each other. Every day, youth visit the drop-in […]
  • Join 710 ESPN Seattle at the Mariners On BASE 5-Tool Coaches Training!

    Calling all high school athletic coaches, athletic directors and physical education professionals in the state of Washington! Think outside the lines to expand your coaching skill set at the Mariners OnBASE 5-Tool Coaches training on June 18, 2019 at T-Mobile Park. The event will be hosted by Mike Salk of 710 ESPN Seattle’s Brock & […]
  • EXPIRED: Help Fight Hunger with the Seattle Mariners and KIRO Radio

    Every year, Northwest Harvest helps to secure approximately 32 million pounds of food for distribution to a network of 375 partner food banks, meal programs, and high-need schools. With a mission to help hungry people statewide have access to nutritious food, Northwest Harvest aims to promote good health and respect the dignity and individual situation […]
  • May 2019 Charity of the Month: ZGiRLS!

    ZGiRLS has been named Bonneville Seattle’s charity of the month for May 2019 for equipping girls with tools to be confident, centered and courageous in Seattle and across the country. The organization was founded by Olympic and NCAA athletes and has helped over 2,500 girls across the country build the confidence they need to live […]
  • April 2019 Charity of the Month: Autism Speaks

    Autism Speaks has been named Bonneville Seattle’s charity of the month for April 2019. Serving communities in Washington, Autism Speaks promotes solutions for the needs of individuals with autism and their families, across the spectrum and throughout the life span of the individual. Autism Speaks works to advocate and support people with autism, and is […]
  • March 2019 Charity of the Month: Coaching Boys Into Men

    Coaching Boys Into Men has been named Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for March. The organization utilizes the role that athletic coaches play in the lives of young men, and their ability to positively influence how young men think and behave, while on or off the playing field. Coaching Boys Into Men is an […]
  • February 2019 Charity of the Month: Buffalo Soldiers Museum Tacoma

    The Buffalo Soldiers Museum in Tacoma has been named Bonneville Seattle’s charity of the month for February 2019. Opening in Tacoma in 2012, the museum is a community resource that educates visitors on a significant part of American history that is often overlooked, and why their overall education efforts focus specifically on the Buffalo Soldiers. […]
  • January 2019 Charity of the Month: American Parkinson Disease Association

    The American Parkinson Disease Association’s Northwest chapter has been named Bonneville Seattle’s charity of the month for January. By providing resources in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington, APDA Northwest promotes hope and optimism through innovative services and programs for those in our community challenged with Parkinson’s. Through their funding of important local and national […]
  • December 2018 Charity of the Month: Friends of the Children

    Friends of the Children has been named Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for December 2018. The Seattle chapter was founded in 2000 and is a youth development program that works to break the cycle of poverty and violence, prevent school dropout, teen parenting and criminal activity. They do this work through selecting children at […]