Our 2013 Membership Appeal is underway!
It is time to renew or join! Be at the table where views are exchanged, ideas are hatched, and initiatives are launched. Find below our membership levels and benefits. Renew or join today by accessing our membership form here.
Thanks to the following who have already renewed:
Capacity Builders ($1000-6000):
Capacity Builders invest in a strong, vibrant community, and include regional organizations and businesses. In addition to the Benefits of Membership listed below, Capacity Builders also will have organization name & logo on website, two complimentary tickets to annual luncheon, business card ad in luncheon program, and name listed in annual report.
Community Builders ($500-999):
|Auburn Youth Resources||Dynamic Partners|
|Burst for Prosperity||Highline Community College|
|Catholic Community Services||Hopelink|
|Cedar River Clinics||King County Library System|
|Childcare Resources||Multi-Service Center|
|City of SeaTac||Senior Services|
|Community Center for Educational Results||Washington Women’s Employment and Education|
|Community Schools Collaboration||YouthCare|
Community Builders are leaders in supporting healthy communities; they are local businesses, service clubs, and larger nonprofit organizations. In addition to Benefits of Membership listed below, Community Builders will have organization name on website, in luncheon program and in annual report.
|Big Brothers Big Sisters||Jewish Family Services|
|Chinese Information and Service Center||Kent Food Bank and Emergency Services|
|City of Auburn||King County Bar Association|
|City of Kent||Lutheran Community Services|
|City of Renton||Mel Ponder Photography|
|City of Tukwila||Mercy Housing Northwest|
|City Vision||Open Doors for Multicultural Families|
|Crisis Clinic||Renton Area Youth and Family Services|
|Committee to End Homelessness||The Salvation Army-Renton|
|Communities in Schools – Kent||South King County Mobility Coalition|
|Communities in Schools – Federal Way||Southwest Youth and Family Services|
|Crystal Judson Family Justice Center||St. Columba’s Episcopal Church|
|Des Moines Area Food Bank||St. Vincent de Paul – Seattle|
|Greater Maple Valley Community Center|
Collaborators sustain cohesive communities; they are local nonprofit agencies, faith-based organizations and cities. In addition to Benefits of Membership listed below, Collaborators will have name on website and in annual report.
Friends of SKCHS, ($50-99):
Friends are leader’s and concerned community members who work to support a strong human services safety net. In addition to Benefits of Membership listed below, Friends of SKCHS will have their name included name in annual report.
Benefits of Membership
In addition to attending monthly meetings (4thTuesday of the month at SeaTac City Hall) and the annual luncheon in June:
• Receive regular email bulletins on funding opportunities, training’s, action alerts, and program updates
• Access SKCHS research and reports
• Join SKCHS Board committees and work groups
• Attend member-only events
• Access technical assistance tools and resources
• Access to post on Job board
• Use of SKCHS Conference room for $50 an hour
As a member, you have the chance to stand with many of South King County’s most respected leaders as we work together to improve the accessibility, availability and quality of human services in our communities. Members are the life force of SKCHS, and we welcome anyone who is interested in housing, health, and human services in South King County to join us. Access our membership form here.
After selecting a membership level, complete the form, and either mail it to us with a check, OR email it to us and make your payment online with a credit card. Please contact Membership Coordinator Roxana Pardo Garcia (firstname.lastname@example.org) or any member of the SKCHS Board if you have any questions.