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Susan Sullivan shares from her heart.   "Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have." — Margaret Mead As my time with Eastside Pathways ends, I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to all of you: To those organizations...

Many immigrants have expressed their fear and concerns about President-Elect Trump’s focus on tougher regulation of undocumented immigrants. Organizations on the Eastside and in Seattle are working together to maintain the integrity and values of our cities and to create a community based not on...

Sound Mental Health, celebrating 50 years of service, is committed to ensuring that the most vulnerable and under-served community members have the opportunity to experience good emotional, physical and mental well-being. The mental health and substance use programs actively support recovery and help them become...

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” -  John Quincy Adams I am so proud and continue to be amazed, that there are so many who repeatedly step up to lead and to inspire all...

Seattle Education Access (SEA) is one of Eastside Pathways' newest partners. The organization is providing young adults struggling with poverty and adversity in King County with opportunities to overcome that through higher education advocacy. What role does Seattle Education Access play in the community? Education provides one of the most...

Over the past year, 150 people have attended our introductory Eastside Pathways 101 sessions. Twelve new organizations have signed on as partners and four individuals stepped into leadership roles in a collaborative. We began offering these quarterly events in September 2015 to describe what we...

Eastside Pathways works to support every child from cradle to career and give youth opportunities and resources to find success. Drawing on community partners with similar missions and purposes, Eastside Pathways amplifies each organization’s individual effect through collective impact, which now extends to a new...

The 7th Annual StriveTogether Cradle to Career Network Convening took place in Memphis, Tennessee, from September 20-22. There were nearly 400 educators, elected officials, community leaders, business executives, nonprofit professionals, and policymakers gathered there. Eastside Pathways, one of 68 partnerships from 32 states, was well represented by...

[caption id="attachment_18577" align="alignright" width="300"] Multi-Ethnic Group of Children Holding Empty Billboard[/caption] Eastside Baby Corner (EBC) is more than an agency serving the Eastside community. It is a steward for the needs of babies that would otherwise begin life without adequate food, supplies, and equipment for a...

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