The 2020 Walking Guide to Fremont has landed in the Center of the Universe and is available at all eight Hysterical Markers around the neighborhood!
Seattle Good Business Network is presenting a weekly series of virtual workshops and learning sessions to help local businesses navigate these shifting economic times. The Labs are free, but registration is required.
CAN SHIPPING HELP DEFINE YOUR BRAND?
When: Wednesday, June 3, 10 – 11 am
Where: Online | Free
Guest Host: Jennifer Magofna, Community Manager at Sendle
Free but registration required. Please sign up here
A customer’s post-purchase experience can define your brand, for better or worse. How long it took to arrive and if it all made it in one piece will decide whether or not they buy again. We will talk about the customer experience, what to consider when shipping, how to effectively communicate expectations to your customers, and more!
has worked to Bridge the Digital Divide since 1999. As the first nonprofit to obtain R2
certification, we are committed to repairing, reusing, and properly recycling unwanted electronics. Each year, thousands of low-income individuals, students, and nonprofits depend on InterConnection for access to affordable technology and the internet. It is increasingly important that technology is made available to under-served populations during school and library closures. Now more than ever, families and students without computers require access to technology to continue their learning online, apply for financial assistance, and look for jobs.
To support the technological needs of our community and help Seattle area residents properly dispose of their electronic devices, we are offering no-contact drop offs every Friday from 12 PM to 4 PM starting June 5th at InterConnection. We ask that individuals and local businesses bring their unwanted laptops, desktops, tablets, monitors, and retro electronics for reuse or proper recycling! All donations are tax deductible and support our mission to Bridge The Digital Divide.
Organization name: InterConnection
Event name: Contactless Electronics Recycling & Reuse Donation Drive
Event date: Every Friday, 12-4pm starting June 5th
Father’s Day is June 21st!
Shop Small. Shop Local. Shop for Dad Online.
Explore Seattle’s online shopping guide—discover amazing stores, find great local products, and help support your neighborhood retailers.
#SpendLikeItMatters Find and purchase gift certificates from a variety of brick + mortar small businesses, including those that don’t have an online storefront.
Local business spend is down 75%—buying gift cards helps support local businesses in their time of need.
Save money while helping support local businesses in King County.
Support your favorite Washington small businesses by purchasing gift certificates.
Is Your Business on Saving Local King County?
Saving Local is an initiative of the City of Tukwila to help support local businesses through the unprecedented challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. The program provides an opportunity for stores, restaurants, and entertainment venues across King County to promote special offers and generate cash flow while their businesses remain closed or restricted due to public health guidelines.
ADD YOUR BUSINESS
The Cultural Relief Fund will distribute more than $1 million over the coming months. Applications are open now.
If you’re a small business impacted by COVID-19, consider applying for a #SupportSmall Grant. Selected recipients will get a cash grant of $5,000 plus a $500 FedEx Office credit. Apply starting May 25th