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Social Connection Project

The Social Connection Project —a project of the Sound Alliance and community partners—is a conversation campaign to increase social connection within our community.

Housing Team and Civic Conversations

The issues surrounding affordable housing and support for people experiencing homelessness and housing insecurity are overwhelming our region. This action team seeks to figure out how to keep people housed, and for those who aren't housed, ensure there are services across the region that move people back into housing.    

Immigrant Rights

Since the founding of the Sound Alliance, the well-being of immigrant communities and families has been a primary concern to our member institutions. Immigrant workers and families are part of all our institutions. Sound Alliance actions have especially focused on dismantling inequities experienced by immigrants of color, and those who are undocumented. 

We Build Leaders

"Sound Alliance has helped me grow as a leader in my union and in my church. While it often feels like the power of public organizations are under constant attack, the trainings presented by Sound Alliance have provided me with tools to organize members in my community and build relationships. Being connected with other like-minded and diverse institutions inspires and empowers me to action!"

Learn About Leadership Training

The Sound Alliance is everyday people taking powerful action together for the common good.

See What Makes Us Different

We don’t organize for justice and social change FOR people. We organize for justice and social change WITH people.

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2018 Full of Leadership for the Common Good

As the year comes to a close, Sound Alliance is celebrating our accomplishments and getting ready for the new year.

In 2018, we executed on our mission, developing everyday leaders to work together towards the common good:

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Reclaiming Rights in the Face of Injustice: 60 People Trained. More to Come

know your rights

The Sound Alliance Immigrant Rights Action Team only set up 40 chairs at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Federal Way on June 21, 2018.

Then 60 people piled into the room, filling it to capacity to hear Jay Stansell, J.D. present a workshop entitled “Reclaiming the Constitution.  Knowing, Defending, and Using Your Rights in the Face of Injustice.”

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