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Our Partners

Creative collaborations build on each other’s strengths and bring new resources to our community. Thanks to the partners listed below who are making an impact. Partners are also recognized with specific project or initiative in which they’re involved. 

Labor Advisory Committee
Our Labor Advisory Committee builds and strengthens United Way's partnership with organized labor. This partnership has led the way coordinating several projects, building a wheelchair ramp and other home safety and mobility improvements for community members in need and supporting annual projects like the Letter Carriers Food Drive and Toys for Tots Drive. 
 
The Daily Herald Tells the Story
We live in a generous community. When people see the need, they respond. As United Way’s print media partner, The Herald provides advertising space that helps get the word out and mobilizes the caring power of our community.
 
U.S. Letter Carriers Help Stamp Out Hunger
Each year in May, United Way of Snohomish County partners with local letter carriers, Volunteers of America Western Washington and the Snohomish County Labor Council to organize a county-wide food drive that gathers 400,000 pounds of food for area food banks. Postal customers are asked to place nonperishable food items near their mailbox and the Letter Carriers take them to a local food bank. Watch your local newspapers in early spring for details and dates and help stamp out hunger. 
 
To learn more about how you can partner with United Way, contact Amanda Gomez, Director of Philanthropy and Business Development, at amanda.gomez@uwsc.org or 425.374.5528