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Everyone should have the dignity of a job and a home. It's hard to have one without the other. So glad that our team is part of the solution. #HealthJusticeHope #kingcounty #DignityofWorkCOVID-19 was a challenging time for everyone, but for some, the challenge continues. Many have lost their jobs and/or homes due to the pandemic or other circumstances. We now offer employment assistance in King County to those in need of finding employment, including those experiencing homelessness. See flyer for qualifications and for more information, email email@example.com. ... See MoreSee Less
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This great event is not only a chance to support #immigrantsrights, but also their hopes and dreams and their families' safety. #HealthJusticeHope #willamettevalleyTickets and Tables for FIESTA en la Viña 2023 are now open, and they are going fast!
Reserve your seat for one the most heart-stirring spring gatherings in the Willamette Valley now!
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We're determined to keep vulnerable families together and help children thrive! That's why our #klamathfalls Relief Nursery Manager, Joseph Maurer, spent a day meeting with leaders at the Oregon Capitol. Relief nurseries all over the state, including ours in KFalls and #yamhillcounty, are counting on their support. Thank you, Rep. Emily McIntire (top photo, center) and State Senator Dennis Linthicum (bottom photo, center). Also thanks to Rep. Kim Wallan (not pictured). #HealthJusticeHope #parenteducation #orleg ... See MoreSee Less