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United Way Hygiene DriveAll of MarchSeattle1 Coordinator
https://www.unitedway.org/local/united-states/washington/united-way-of-king-county#
BWBS hosted a virtual hygiene supply for the United Way. Participants were able to buy hygiene supplies needed for distribution kits to the homeless in Kings County and have them delivered directly to the kit distribution center at Restore and Repair Missionary Outreach. The United Way's mission is to improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good.
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Carkeek Park Clean Up12/19/20Carkeek Park5http://www.carkeekpark.org/event/carkeek-stars-3/BWBS hosted a socially, masked, and distanced outdoor park clean up and trail clearing event in Carkeek Park in conjunction with the Carkeek STARS program. Carkeek STARS volunteers do trails maintenance and forest restoration.
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BWBS Beach Clean Up11/27/20Seahurst Park13
https://www.burienwa.gov/residents/parks_recreation_cultural_services/city_parks_trails_facilities/seahurst_park
BWBS hosted a socially, masked, and distanced outdoor MOOP sweep of the Seahurst Park and Beach in Burien, WA.
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United Way Cold Weather Clothing DriveAll of November 2020Seattle4 Coordinators
https://www.unitedway.org/local/united-states/washington/united-way-of-king-county#
BWBS hosted a cold weather clothing drive for the United Way. Participants were able to donate cold weather clothing by arranging for no-contact pick up by BWBS Board. BWBS Board members then deliverded clothing the the Chief Seattle Club. Chief Seattle Club is a 501(c)(3) registered organization dedicated to physically and spiritually supporting American Indian and Alaska Native people. The United Way's mission is to improves lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good.
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Fare Start Kitchen11/30/19Seattle6https://www.farestart.org/Volunteers worked in the kitchen doing food prep for the meals distributed to schools and homeless distribution. FareStart is a non-profit that transforms lives, disrupts poverty and nourishes communities through food, life skills and job training. People in poverty struggle to escape the cycle they are in and often face other compounding barriers to getting and keeping a job. At FareStart, they help people overcome those barriers by teaching them work and life skills they need to succeed in the foodservice industry — and in life. Through their restaurants, cafes, catering and programs that provide meals to social services, shelters and schools in the Seattle area, participants in their programs get practical work experience while giving back to their community.
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Mile Long MOOP Sweep10/5/195th Ave NE10
https://www.seattle.gov/utilities/protecting-our-environment/volunteer/adopt-a-street
BWBS adopted 5th Ave NE between NE 40th St and NE 60th St to maintain as part of the Adopt a Street Seattle program. This program endeavors to keep Seattle streets litter-free! The Adopt-A-Street (AAS) Program was launched in the late 1980s and continues to be one of the most effective and efficient grassroots litter-removal initiatives.
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Mile Long MOOP Sweep6/1/195th Ave NE11
https://www.seattle.gov/utilities/protecting-our-environment/volunteer/adopt-a-street
BWBS adopted 5th Ave NE between NE 40th St and NE 60th St to maintain as part of the Adopt a Street Seattle program. This program endeavors to keep Seattle streets litter-free! The Adopt-A-Street (AAS) Program was launched in the late 1980s and continues to be one of the most effective and efficient grassroots litter-removal initiatives.
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Fare Start Kitchen5/5/19Seattle6https://www.farestart.org/Volunteers worked in the kitchen doing food prep for the meals distributed to schools and homeless distribution. FareStart is a non-profit that transforms lives, disrupts poverty and nourishes communities through food, life skills and job training. People in poverty struggle to escape the cycle they are in and often face other compounding barriers to getting and keeping a job. At FareStart, they help people overcome those barriers by teaching them work and life skills they need to succeed in the foodservice industry — and in life. Through their restaurants, cafes, catering and programs that provide meals to social services, shelters and schools in the Seattle area, participants in their programs get practical work experience while giving back to their community.
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Mile Long MOOP Sweep3/30/195th Ave NE15
https://www.seattle.gov/utilities/protecting-our-environment/volunteer/adopt-a-street
BWBS adopted 5th Ave NE between NE 40th St and NE 60th St to maintain as part of the Adopt a Street Seattle program. This program endeavors to keep Seattle streets litter-free! The Adopt-A-Street (AAS) Program was launched in the late 1980s and continues to be one of the most effective and efficient grassroots litter-removal initiatives.
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Sculpture Park Clean up3/3/19Port Angeles3http://www.pafac.org/Picked up trash and cleared walking paths of overgrowth. The first sculptures were installed in Webster's Woods Sculpture Park in 2000 and every year new pieces are presented. Visitors can explore the site independently by using the park trails and discover artworks hanging in trees, burrowing in the ground, or camouflaged by the natural beauty of the foliage. The Center's gallery and sculpture park are both free by donation and open to the public year round.
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Birthday Dreams 3/2/19Tacoma6https://birthdaydreams.org/Birthday Dreams is a non profit providing birthday parties to homeless and low income children. The organization creates a combined pirthday party for the kids. This included games, a bouncy house, face painting, and crafts. After the games, happy birthday was sung, gifts were given out, and cupcakes and ice cream were served to all the children. 3 kids had birthdays, with an additonal 15 or so attending. BWBS provided the ice cream, juice, and volunteers.
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Spring Community Farm Prep2/23/19Alley Cat Acres12https://www.commonacre.org/alleycat-acres.htmlPrepared the community garden beds for planting the spring crops. Alleycat Acres reconnects people, place, and produce by transforming underutilized urban spaces into neighborhood run farms. They work with a network of partner agencies to distribute the produce they grow free of charge: Seattle Community Kitchen Collective Pedaling Relief Project, Recovery Cafe, Immanuel Community Services food bank, Rainier Valley Food Bank, East Cherry YWCA food bank, South East Effective Development, and Monica’s Village Place.
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Mile Long MOOP Sweep1/5/195th Ave NE13
https://www.seattle.gov/utilities/protecting-our-environment/volunteer/adopt-a-street
BWBS adopted 5th Ave NE between NE 40th St and NE 60th St to maintain as part of the Adopt a Street Seattle program. This program endeavors to keep Seattle streets litter-free! The Adopt-A-Street (AAS) Program was launched in the late 1980s and continues to be one of the most effective and efficient grassroots litter-removal initiatives.
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Winter Coat DriveAll of Dec 2018ALT7
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Making gift Bags 12/19/18Aurora Commons5https://www.auroracommons.org/Aurora Commons is a welcoming space for our unhoused neighbors to rest, prepare a meal, connect to resources and collectively create a healthy and vibrant community. We seek to be a space for authenticity and conversation, to bring the wider community to the table to learn from one another, to be transformed by one another, and to embrace one another.
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Fare Start Kitchen11/25/18Seattle13https://www.farestart.org/Volunteers worked in the kitchen doing food prep for the meals distributed to schools and homeless distribution. FareStart is a non-profit that transforms lives, disrupts poverty and nourishes communities through food, life skills and job training. People in poverty struggle to escape the cycle they are in and often face other compounding barriers to getting and keeping a job. At FareStart, they help people overcome those barriers by teaching them work and life skills they need to succeed in the foodservice industry — and in life. Through their restaurants, cafes, catering and programs that provide meals to social services, shelters and schools in the Seattle area, participants in their programs get practical work experience while giving back to their community.
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Birthday Dreams 11/3/18Tacoma5https://birthdaydreams.org/Birthday Dreams is a non profit providing birthday parties to homeless and low income children. The organization creates a combined pirthday party for the kids. This included games, a bouncy house, face painting, and crafts. After the games, happy birthday was sung, gifts were given out, and cupcakes and ice cream were served to all the children. 3 kids had birthdays, with an additonal 15 or so attending. BWBS provided the ice cream, juice, and volunteers.
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Luminata9/22/18Green Lake Park2https://fremontartscouncil.org/Ran booths selling and Luminata's to raise money for the Fremont Arts Council. The Fremont Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to engage community to cultivate the spirit of celebration where everyone is an artist. The FAC celebrates life through art by encouraging participation in creating colorful and vibrant celebration art. Their signature event is the Fremont Solstice Parade which has grown into Seattle’s largest creative art event. Other events through the year include Petit Troll, May Day, Luminata, Trolloween, and Winter Feast. We care for public art like the Fremont Troll, and engage everyone year-round in workshops and classes to inspire seasoned and upcoming artists. Our home base, the Power House, is available year-round to make art and meet with each other. The FAC is powered by volunteers.
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Seattle Parks and Rec Day of Play8/18/18Rainier Community Center6https://parkways.seattle.gov/tag/big-day-of-play/#:~:text=Seattle%20Parks%20and%20Recreation's%20'Big,13&text=The%20Big%20Day%20of%20Play%20is%20a%20celebration%20of%20our,relationships%20and%20be%20active%20together.BWBS helped run the event. Big Day of Play is a celebration of our city’s diversity, and it encourages neighbors, communities, and families to have fun, build relationships and be active together.
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Cacade Day of Action5/12/18Cascade Park6https://www.commonacre.org/alleycat-acres.htmlPrepared the community garden beds for planting the spring crops. Alleycat Acres reconnects people, place, and produce by transforming underutilized urban spaces into neighborhood run farms. They work with a network of partner agencies to distribute the produce they grow free of charge: Seattle Community Kitchen Collective Pedaling Relief Project, Recovery Cafe, Immanuel Community Services food bank, Rainier Valley Food Bank, East Cherry YWCA food bank, South East Effective Development, and Monica’s Village Place.
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Tent City Move5/7/18Seattle4http://www.sharewheel.org/We are partnered organizations of homeless and formerly homeless men and women.
All of our efforts are self-managed; run by the homeless members themselves.
We are King County's largest shelter network, with 11 indoor shelters and two Tent Cities.
In addition to shelters and Tent Cities, we facilitate a Storage Locker Program and a Housing-For-Work Program called SHARE2.
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Seattle Tilth Alliance Work Day5/6/18Seattle12http://www.tilthalliance.org/Tilth Alliance works in community with Washington farmers, gardeners and eaters to build a sustainable, healthy and equitable food future. Tilth Alliance is a registered non-profit educational organization.
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Birthday Dreams 1/4/18Lake City3https://birthdaydreams.org/Birthday Dreams is a non profit providing birthday parties to homeless and low income children. The organization creates a combined pirthday party for the kids. This included games, a bouncy house, face painting, and crafts. After the games, happy birthday was sung, gifts were given out, and cupcakes and ice cream were served to all the children. 3 kids had birthdays, with an additonal 15 or so attending. BWBS provided the ice cream, juice, and volunteers.
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Making gift Bags 12/17/17Aurora Commons6https://www.auroracommons.org/Aurora Commons is a welcoming space for our unhoused neighbors to rest, prepare a meal, connect to resources and collectively create a healthy and vibrant community. We seek to be a space for authenticity and conversation, to bring the wider community to the table to learn from one another, to be transformed by one another, and to embrace one another.
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Fare Start Kitchen11/25/17Seattle10https://www.farestart.org/Volunteers worked in the kitchen doing food prep for the meals distributed to schools and homeless distribution. FareStart is a non-profit that transforms lives, disrupts poverty and nourishes communities through food, life skills and job training. People in poverty struggle to escape the cycle they are in and often face other compounding barriers to getting and keeping a job. At FareStart, they help people overcome those barriers by teaching them work and life skills they need to succeed in the foodservice industry — and in life. Through their restaurants, cafes, catering and programs that provide meals to social services, shelters and schools in the Seattle area, participants in their programs get practical work experience while giving back to their community.
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Cascade Permaculture Day8/13/17Alleycat Acres33https://www.commonacre.org/alleycat-acres.htmlPrepared the community garden beds for planting the spring crops. Alleycat Acres reconnects people, place, and produce by transforming underutilized urban spaces into neighborhood run farms. They work with a network of partner agencies to distribute the produce they grow free of charge: Seattle Community Kitchen Collective Pedaling Relief Project, Recovery Cafe, Immanuel Community Services food bank, Rainier Valley Food Bank, East Cherry YWCA food bank, South East Effective Development, and Monica’s Village Place.
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Birthday Dreams 8/3/17Meadowbrooks4https://birthdaydreams.org/Birthday Dreams is a non profit providing birthday parties to homeless and low income children. The organization creates a combined pirthday party for the kids. This included games, a bouncy house, face painting, and crafts. After the games, happy birthday was sung, gifts were given out, and cupcakes and ice cream were served to all the children. 3 kids had birthdays, with an additonal 15 or so attending. BWBS provided the ice cream, juice, and volunteers.
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Seattle Tilth Alliance Work Day7/16/17Auburn3http://www.tilthalliance.org/Tilth Alliance works in community with Washington farmers, gardeners and eaters to build a sustainable, healthy and equitable food future. Tilth Alliance is a registered non-profit educational organization.
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Beacon Food Forest Work Party6/24/17Beacon Food Forest10https://beaconfoodforest.org/Beacon Food Forest cultivates a community dedicated to building equitable food systems for all people, and steward our environment for the benefit of all species. They combine agroforestry and permaculture design principles to create a diverse and resilient edible landscape.
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Birthday Dreams 5/27/17Seattle4https://birthdaydreams.org/Birthday Dreams is a non profit providing birthday parties to homeless and low income children. The organization creates a combined pirthday party for the kids. This included games, a bouncy house, face painting, and crafts. After the games, happy birthday was sung, gifts were given out, and cupcakes and ice cream were served to all the children. 3 kids had birthdays, with an additonal 15 or so attending. BWBS provided the ice cream, juice, and volunteers.
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Birthday Dreams 4/6/17Lake city$500.00$0.006https://birthdaydreams.org/Birthday Dreams is a non profit providing birthday parties to homeless and low income children. The organization creates a combined pirthday party for the kids. This included games, a bouncy house, face painting, and crafts. After the games, happy birthday was sung, gifts were given out, and cupcakes and ice cream were served to all the children. 3 kids had birthdays, with an additonal 15 or so attending. BWBS provided the ice cream, juice, and volunteers.
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Deep Playa Park Cleanup3/26/17Lynnwood-$200.0012+https://www.facebook.com/events/1842722155990283/We are excited to announce that we are partnering with Deep Playa and the City of Lynnwood to help get Lynndale Park cleaned up and ready for the summer. There are two playgrounds in the park that need wood chips laid down, and the park needs some general cleanup. The city will provide wood chips and wheelbarrows. Pizza and refreshments were provided by BWBS.
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Shoreline Neighborhood Action Coalition (NAC) assistance2/18/17Shoreline--2+http://greaterseattlecares.org/We worked together to help Camp United We Stand, a homeless encampment in Shoreline, strike the current camp and move to their new location. We had 2 volunteers from BWB Seattle join up with 5 volunteers from the Shoreline NAC at 10AM to start moving the public spaces - especially the kitchen and helping the disabled residents - and setting up the new camp.
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Cocoon House Point in Time Count1/24/17Everett-$500.002http://www.cocoonhouse.org/A count of the homeless population was performed with the cocoon house. BWBS provided 2 volunteers helping people fill out the survey and giving out toiletries and pieces of clothing. We also provided salad and pizza for dinner for all the people at the center for the evening, as well as snacks and sack lunch ingredients for the following day.
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Holiday Family adoption12/23/16Seattle$700.00http://www.plumeriasworld.com/holidayhelp/Adopting 4 families, they will be providing gifts of both wants and needs, items for their household, assistance with utility bills and possible a holiday meal for each family.
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Christmas at the Commons12/20/16Aurora Commons$500.00$500.0010+https://www.facebook.com/events/544455849081958/The holiday party at the Aurora Commons will be benefiting the homeless, marginalized and street sex workers who live in North Seattle. While the Commons is open to everyone, they have a special heart for the ladies on Aurora Ave, most of whom are directly involved in street-based sex work.
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Islandwood Grant11/11/16Cedar Valley Elementary$2,000.00$1,000.001https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5BLpW5P3NsASjVfS2ZsZk5vaU54UDh3Z19yeEE2WGNmLWtV/view?usp=sharingGrant request by Soraya Soltani
for BWBS to assist in paying the low income children's funds for their trip to islandwood. Asked $2k, awarded $1k. 50% of all students unpaid balances paid.
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Halloween at Nickelsville10/31/16Othello Nickelsville$250.0033+https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bx_Q5zTB9RbVRVdIMDJ2RTgzckk/view?usp=sharing3 day notice event for homeless kids of nickelsville. More thann 33 volunteers came to help us put on a halloween party last minute for the children. Face painting, photobooth, dinner, cosumes, etc were all donatedto make this happen.
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BRE 10 Aquatica Erotica9/18/16SODO8626.46 net/ 4788.30 expense$3,838.1640+https://www.facebook.com/events/1492836291019519/BWBS annual fundraiser
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Tent Donation from Fifty Feathers9/12/16seattle-$300.00-Donated 300 worth of tents and sleeping bags from the profits of 50 feathers
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Adopt a pot8/23/16South Seattle-$1,600.003http://patacara.org/BWB Seattle provided a clean and sober homeless encampent with 4 months worth of porto potty rental and cleaning. Willow Fulton requested our help on this one.
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Masonic Park Assistance6/26/16Granite Falls--1http://www.criticalnw.org/Assisted INW with electrical infastructure issue for critical NW 0 money needed, more skilled labor. 100+ hrs
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Tilith Just Garden6/18/16White Center--7-10http://www.seattletilth.org/justgardenBurners assisting Seattle Tilth's Just Garden project.
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LGBTQueer Pride Picnic6/12/16South park$600.00$600.003http://entrehermanos.org/BWB Seattle sponsored 100% of what they needed to provide free tamales to the picnic.
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BWBS Happy hour5/19/16sammamish--10https://www.facebook.com/events/278738502458399/Happy hour and project discussion/ brainstorming
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Just Garden4/16/16Federal Way--3http://www.seattletilth.org/justgardenSmall group of burners assisting Seattle Tilth's Just Garden project.
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Playscool4/9/16Seattle-153 gain6+https://www.facebook.com/events/544407095740809/Co-ran event to raise funds. Whole party was net loss more on the other group's side. Donated 153 anyways.
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Fifty Feathers4/8/16ballard888net/ 1162 expenseraised -56230+https://www.facebook.com/events/1028349860554037/Event co-ran with community member to make her project happen. Raising money for 50 tents and sleeping bags for Seattle's Homeless. +$300 once we removed expenses of leftover booze to be used at a later party.
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Swag orders4/2/16seattle-$974.26-Restock of swag for volunteers
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GLC stipend4/2/2016-$600.003Stipend of 200/person to attend BM GLC. Almost covered admission tickets.
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Tilth Tool drive3/25/2016Seattle$3,000.00-$1,466.002The tilth tool drive fundraiser below only got 200. BWBS decided to half fund the project anyway. Delivered 15 wheelbarrows and 15 hammers to TILTH from BWBS General funds.
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Godzilla Cleanup V23/20/2016Monroe--https://www.facebook.com/events/817128471753539/same as below.
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Godzilla Cleanup V13/13/2016Monroe--15https://www.facebook.com/events/837483483040433/Cleanup of propery of large community organizer that passed away. Community involvement/ outreach.
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Technicolor Dreams2/27/2016Tacoma2059 net/ 1921 expenses$138.0014https://www.facebook.com/events/100551380331467/First party in Tacoma. Small turnout, but still great atmosphere. Will return to Tacoma
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Tilth Just Garden2/27/2016Rainier beach area$3,000.00$200.0027http://www.seattletilth.org/justgardenBoard decided to fund 50% of tools. 15 wheelbarrows and 15 hammers gifted
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THAT PARTY: NYE 12/31/2015Seattle Center11782net/ 6666 expensesRaised 522640+https://www.facebook.com/events/141940429505830/One off party on a building being demolished. Near 700 in attendance
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Brunch at commons12/22/2015Aurora Commons$500.00$535.0020+http://bwbseattle.org/campaigns/christmas-celebration-at-aurora-commons/
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Happy hour12/16/2015Neighbor Lady central---Community meet and greet. Discuss projects, brainstorm, etc. Put a face to the board.
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Seacomp Booth11/14/2015Georgetown--Just Board MembersPicture booth of what we have done. Displayed at our local decompression
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Happy hour10/7/2015El norte----Community meet and greet. Discuss projects, brainstorm, etc. Put a face to the board.
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TPOW Transgender Pumpkin Patch10/1/2015North end- Foster's Corn Maze$400.00$429.000(wanted to be private for privacy of parents)http://bwbseattle.org/campaigns/transgender-parents-of-washington-pumpkin-patch-corn-maze/
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Black Rock Equinox NINE9/19/2015Factory Luxe6552net/4491 expensesRaised 206140+192 in attendance.
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Quiver fundraiser6/15/2015Rebar-$300.000DJ wanted to donate $ in exchange for us to help out door and promote. Made $300 with minimal effort. ~120 people
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Burners and Beers Canada6/16/2015Vancouver---Happy hour with vancouver people. Connected with BWB VAN and BWB Berlin?
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Seattle Tilth5/16/2015Georgetown$2,257.00$500.0020+http://bwbseattle.org/campaigns/help-build-sustainable-gardens-to-feed-low-income-families/
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Happy hour4/29/2015---Community meet and greet. Discuss projects, brainstorm, etc. Put a face to the board.
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OSO Slide ResponseDonated all of the money from the campaign: http://bwbseattle.org/campaigns/oso-slide-response/ to the helecopter rescue team responsible during the mudslide.
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Happy hour2/10/2015Mugshots (east end)Community meet and greet. Discuss projects, brainstorm, etc. Put a face to the board.
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HELP LGBTQ AND UNDER-SERVED HOMELESS COMMUNITY MEMBERS OF PIERCE COUNTY1/22-23/2015Tacoma$400.00$605.0030http://bwbseattle.org/campaigns/stand-up-be-counted/over 30 volunteers over a thursday friday day
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Seattle Basket Brigade11/22/2014North Seattle13,000 (not all from us)265 from community, BWBS matched funds to 500 (total)10+http://bwbseattle.org/campaigns/seattlebasketbrigade/
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HELP INTODUCE HIGH RISK STUDENTS TO AN OUTDOOR CAMPING TRIP10/21/2014Kids from Cedar Valley Community School, Camp @ Bainbridge$800.00305 from community, BWBS funded to 8001 (volunteers were closed from public)http://bwbseattle.org/campaigns/cedar-valley-community-school-goes-to-islandwood-outdoor-school/
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Black Rock Equinox Eight9/13/2014Sodo<FundRaiser Party>10,751 in income, 5157 expenses, 5652 Net Gain20ish Performers, 40+ volunteershttp://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/828808~200-300 people event, dream theme
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South Park Gay pride Picnic Assistance6/8/2014South Park--6https://www.facebook.com/events/280392392121121BWBS assisted in a DPW style fashon. We set up and built a stage for them. We also had volunteers cooking and serving donated food and drinks the the picnic. more than 300 people showed up and enjoyed a 100% free party in a park right along the Duwamish. After the party, we cleaned up and left no trace that the party was even there.
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May Birthday Dreams5/20/2014Rainier Beach-~2005
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Oso Slide Response4/1/2014<oso>$1,000.00$1,340.000, fundraising for reliefhttp://bwbseattle.org/campaigns/oso-slide-response/Large donation from Hippocampus, plus extra funds from community. Still trying to find an outlet for the money. Relief workers still prevelant. We are going to donate to a non profit that is active in that area, due to us not being able to find an outlet.Donated to the helecopter rescue crew that made recues possible in the area. See above
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Guerilla Bike rack installation3/31/2014North Seattle X2-2 Vertical Bike racks4http://bwbseattle.org/category/past-projects/Excess bike racks were donated, we asked the community where they would like them. Installed one at the Bike Shack, one at Seattle Film Institute. Both Locations were from community fielded locations
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March Birthday Dreams3/18/2014Rainer Beach$400.00400 from both internal and community funds11http://bwbseattle.org/march-birthday-dreams/Underprivleged Kids' Birthday party. We provided Cake, Volunteers, and Presents. Total impacted people: 9 kids, 7 families, 55 people at party, 4 caseworkers
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February Birthday Dreams2/18/2014Rainier Beach$400.008
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Park Cleanup
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December Warmth Parks12/8/2014Seattle-600, 400 donated from community15https://www.facebook.com/events/236393796536207/We have done a lot for Nickleville, but, there are many many homeless who are not able to get there or benefit from their services. This 2nd Sunday is about giving some warmth. We will be making warmth packs and distributing them to people in need. These packs will include a good pair of socks, pair of gloves, handwarmers, bottle of goldbond, toothbrush, tooth paste, surprise small item. (Deluxe packs will also have an extra gift in them such as a scarf or hat). We gave out ~60 packs to the destitute in seattle. We also brought sandwiches to hand out.
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Nicklesville Haloween for Homeless kids10/31/2013Seattle-<all donated items ~$1k worth>30+https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LaYiw1y1X3oPuylCsK1ODADD0snKARxLRNJktnAIins/edit?usp=sharingWe held a halloween party for the kids of nicklesville (the local tent city). We brought the burning man mentality to the kids, and brightened their night.
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Nickelsville Platform Build / Second Sunday's October10/14/2013Seattle->$50020+https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LaYiw1y1X3oPuylCsK1ODADD0snKARxLRNJktnAIins/edit?usp=sharingWe built raised platfroms for the local tent city. 20+ volunteers for 8+ hours. Using donated wood from community member, we built about 9 structures, donated over $500 in wood tarps, tools, and propane to the camp.
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On Sunday, April 14th, we gathered at Rainier Beach Urban Farm to build them a chicken coop. When done, we made a chicken coop, 4 compost bins & some shelves.4/14/2013Seattle
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