Hard at Work in Seattle
When you see others succeed, especially people in your own neighborhood, it’s easier to believe that we can all do amazing things. See what’s being done to spark new business, help the environment, keep people in their homes, support the arts, and more right here in Seattle. Through lending, investing and giving, we’re proud to help fuel this progress. We hope you’ll take a moment to follow these inspiring stories, share them, and come back to see the power of partnering locally.
Aug 17, 2012
An innovative food bank develops a new way to connect with their community. See how they're helping provide food and services for those in need with compassion, dignity, and respect… learn More about A Seattle Food Bank Pioneers a Holistic Approach To Solving Hunger.
See how we helped an aerospace comapny connect with their entrepreneurial spirit and provided the resources they needed to get their vision off the ground… learn More about A Washington manufacturer takes flight with its entrepreneurial spirit
Jul 10, 2012
Steve Rice grew up near Bremerton, Washington, where one out of five city residents lives in poverty, and where the median household income is almost $20,000 lower than the state’s median. In 1985, he returned to the city to set up his architecture practice - Rice Fergus Miller - with the goal of becoming a “community architect” and devoting his professional life to helping improve the city… learn More about Designing a Sustainable Future for Bremerton
Jul 16, 2012
There are many travel options from Seattle, Washington to Victoria, Canada. Vacationers and commuters can travel in several ways such as air, chartered boat, and floatplane… learn More about Creating Reliable, Travel Solutions in the Pacific Northwest
Jul 02, 2012
The Seattle community has been dedicated to helping poor and homeless families for decades: providing meals and investing in shelters, short-term housing and long-term housing. Still, Evelyn Allen, Director of Village Spirit Center, a program of Catholic Housing Services (CHS), which has been serving communities in crisis for 95 years, noticed seven years ago that efforts in Seattle and the surrounding King County area were falling short of addressing the root the causes of homelessness… learn More about Finding a Way Home for Families in Seattle