Sound Alliance’s organizing practices helped lead to the successful opening and public funding of the Federal Way Day Center for the unsheltered in 2016 after a 3+ year campaign.
The Center, which is being operated by Catholic Community Services, is providing basic services such as showers, laundry facilities, PO boxes, computer access, etc. Counseling and case management is also available. These services help the houseless maintain dignity and get back on their feet more quickly.Read more
Passed in November 2015, the Best Starts for Kids levy is funding programs to help ensure that every child in King County has a better opportunity to reach his or her full potential in life.
Healthier children become healthier adults, benefiting our whole community in ways such as preventing healthcare and criminal justice crises and creating a better-prepared workforce.Read more
In a victory for the Sound Alliance and its allies, the King County Council voted 5:4 on December 2, 2013 to pass one of the strongest ordinances in the country limiting the honoring of ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) detainer requests at the local jail.Read more