Posted Feb 18, 2014 06:10 PM
Welcome to the 6 arts organizations participating in the 2014 Springboard program and the 16 King County nonprofits that have been selected to participate in the VIP360 program. VIP 360, which helps organizations improve their engagement of volunteers, is funded by United Way of King County and delivered in partnership with 501 Commons.
Springboard, our program that helps small and mid-sized arts and cultural organizations, is launching this month with six new arts organizations:
- Balagan Theatre
- Richard Hugo House
- Pacific MusicWorks
- Puget Sound Group of Northwest Artists
- Pacific Ballroom Dance
- Macha Monkey Productions
A special thank you to our funders: 4Culture and the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture.
UWKC Volunteer Impact Partnership
Sixteen organizations were selected to participate in VIP 360, a program of the United Way of King County Volunteer Impact Partnership. VIP 360 is delivered to King County organizations in partnership with 501 Commons.
- Alzheimer's Association
- Art with Heart
- Food Lifeline
- Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center
- Multi-Service Center
- Neighborhood House
- School of Acrobatics and New Circus Arts
- Seattle Audubon
- Seattle's Union Gospel Mission
- Senior Services
- The Healing Center
- Within Reach
- YWCA Seattle-King- Snohomish
"VIP helped us amplify our volunteer program. We're witnessing the results of having a solid structure, enhanced coordination and stronger leadership—thank you."
Mimi Siegel, Executive Director, Kindering
Read more about the program's successes here.