Prep for your next job with Virtual Job Readiness Workshops!   Download the Flyer here   Trainings take place on Zoom from 3:30 - 4:30 PM Social Media Do's and Don't's: Mondays 8/10, 8/17, 8/24 Job Search: Tuesdays 7/28, 8/4, 8/11, 8/18, 8/25 Resume: Wednesdays 7/29, 8/5, 8/12, 8/19, 8/26 Interview Skills: 7/30, 8/6, 8/13, 8/20, 8/27   Click here to register! Questions? Email: youthforce@positiveplace.org

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Boys & Girls Clubs of King County was informed in late July 2020 of a data security incident that may have involved the personal information of our donors. What Happened Boys & Girls Clubs of King County has been informed about a security incident involving a data breach at Blackbaud, our donor database provider. The company was a target of a ransomware attack, which was discovered and stopped in May 2020, by Blackbaud’s cybersecurity team. The attack compromised a backup copy

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It’s a rare sight lately to see kids not related to each other in one room playing. For the group at the Boy & Girls Club in Kirkland, it’s out of necessity. They are kids of essential workers who never stopped working amid the pandemic. “I wouldn’t be able to work,” Linda Bunn said. Bunn is a nurse on the front lines, and every morning she drops off her grandson Joe. "Joe has been coming here for 4 years and they have been

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Lorraine Montez Director of Marketing & Communications Boys & Girls Clubs of King County Contact by email: Marketing and Communications Contact by phone: (M) 206.743.4377; (O) 206-436-1818

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At Boys & Girls Clubs of King County, we recognize that it is our moral imperative to dismantle systemic racism. We must ensure the safety and dignity of all kids and families that depend on us every day. We know the recent news headlines are a symptom of a more significant problem — one that cuts across every aspect of society. It affects our schools, our criminal justice system, and other institutions that serve young people and their families. We

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Kids Auction 2020 FAQs    What will this year's event look like?  In light of COVID-19, there's still a lot of uncertainty around what Kids Auction 2020 will entail. What we know for sure is that the program will be available virtually, free of cost, to anyone with the event link! That means you don’t have to be in the Seattle area, or even Washington, to join the fun. There may also be opportunities to participate in small, in-person gatherings,

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Kids, Sun, and Fun at Summer Field Day! During past Field Days, our Club kids gathered with our team members, sponsors, and community partners at Husky Stadium to have fun, enjoy the sun, and take on physical challenges that support healthy lifestyles.  This year's Field Day may have looked different, but it didn't prevent our Club kids and teams from having a ton of fun playing safely together, apart. Outdoor and indoor activities were combined with safe distancing, masks, and

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Summer Programs 2020 Select Boys & Girls Clubs of King County sites are open for learning, fun, and exercise in a safe place with trusted adults. When is your summer camp programs? Summer camp programs run June-August. Which Clubs are offering programs?   Bagley (7am-4pm) Ballard (8am-5pm) Bainbridge Island (8am-5:30pm) BF Day (7am-4pm) Federal Way 8th (7am-6pm) Kirkland (8am-5:30pm) Lawton (7am-4pm) Mercer Island (8am-5:00pm) North Seattle (8am-6pm) Renton/Skyway (10am-6pm) (Teen Program is drop-in)  Ron Sandwith Teen Center (9am-4pm)    Rotary (8am-6pm) Sacajawea

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Kids Auction 2020

Event Date: October 24, 2020

Celebrate creativity  in support of Boys & Girls Clubs of King County!   Saturday, October 24, 2020 Live Stream Begins at 6pm, Pacific Standard Time   Register Donate Join friends, colleagues, and community members for a colorful evening of philanthropy and fun.  Bid on dazzling auction items, enjoy artisanal food and drinks while also helping create opportunities for young people in greater Seattle. During these uniquely challenging times, we've all had to come up with innovative ways to work, socialize,

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