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Large food bank provider increases wages to $25 an hour, as nonprofits see high turnover, burnout
By Anna Patrick, Project Homeless engagement editor, Seattle Times Near the end of 2021, without a press announcement or much fuss, Food Lifeline quietly raised its minimum wage to $25 an hour. The decision by one of the largest food bank providers in the state gave a...
CELEBRATING “TOM SHERRY DAY” AND A LEGACY OF GIVING
KREM 2’s Chief Meteorologist and Anchor Tom Sherry is retiring Friday, March 4th. In celebration the City of Spokane has proclaimed it “Tom Sherry Day” and KREM 2 is honoring the work and legacy of a Spokane icon.
Working to end military family hunger
Military Hunger Prevention Act Update Last week, the House of Representatives passed the Defense Policy Bill. A key provision for us in solving hunger was including a Basic Needs Allowance for our military families to use. We received this update on what was included...
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