Northwest Center presented the William O. Ellison Award, created in memory of the Value Village founder, to Seattle company glassybaby. The award honored the philanthropic spirit of glassybaby founder Lee Rhodes, whose company has donated millions of dollars to nonprofits.
But the real stars of GHL 2017 were you. Thanks to the generosity of donors and corporate sponsors, we raised $60,000 toward our goal of getting more students on the path to employment by expanding our School-to-Work program to every high school in King County.
Many thanks to all who gave so generously, especially sponsors Amazon, Boeing, Brown & Brown, Jobvite, Juniper Capital, KeyBank, MacDonald Miller, MCM, Tom Mormino, Moss Adams, POA, Patrick Dolan Foundation, Savers, Terra Staffing, Washington Capital, and Wells Fargo.
There’s still time to contribute to the expansion of our School-to-Work program. Donate now.
Support the expansion of our School-to-Work program at www.nwcenter.org/give