Community Helping Hopelink

Find out some of the ways that businesses and community groups are working together to support Hopelink’s mission.

Hopelink is so thankful for the businesses and community groups who continue to host activities to benefit our programs. If you would like your activity listed below, please email your details to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) .

Fred Meyer is pleased to have Hopelink as a benefitting agency through their Community Rewards program.  Additional donations will be given to Hopelink when customers link their rewards card to Hopelink.

Group Health in Bellevue is hosting their 10th Annual Holiday Baskets event from 12/8/14 to 12/19/14.  The public is welcome to visit their lobby to see the wonderful display of donated gift baskets, with 100 percent of proceeds benefitting Hopelink.

Whole Foods in Redmond is collecting cash donations and bag refunds for Hopelink through their Feed 4 More program to help those in need during the months of November and December.

Accents Et Cetera Gift Baskets in Sammamish continues to support Hopelink year, after year, by donating 20 percent of proceeds from their Hopelink Gift Baskets back to Hopelink.

Redmond Town Center is offering rides on their beautiful Holiday Carousel with a suggested cash donation of $3 through 1/3/15.  The Hyatt House, title sponsor of the carousel, has generously designated Hopelink to receive the net proceeds.

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation awards Hopelink $15,000 grant
Friday, December 12, 2014
The grant will be used to support Client Services at the organization.
The JPMorgan Chase Foundation awarded Hopelink a $50,000 grant to support our Employment Program.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
The program provides individualized job search and post- employment services to low-income individuals in our service area.
The Bacon Family Foundation provides Hopelink with a gift of $50,000 for general operating support.
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Since 2006 The Bacon Family Foundation has provided critical funding directed toward our general operating expenses. Foundation family and staff members also renovate our shelter apartments before new families move in and they stock our freezers each Thanksgiving with hundred of turkeys!
Walmart supports Hopelink with a gift of $50,000 for Emergency Food program
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Hopelink is grateful to Walmart for its generous support of our Emergency Food Program with a gift of $50,000 made in April 2014.
Hopelink Names Lauren Thomas as its CEO
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Following an extensive nationwide search, Hopelink has named Lauren Thomas as its new Chief Executive Officer. Thomas will lead the largest nonprofit organization serving North and East King County, which helps 60,000 homeless and low-income families and individuals every year through a network of social services.
The Boeing Company provides gift of $60,000 for Hopelink Employment Program
Monday, January 13, 2014
Hopelink gratefully acknowledges Boeing for its on-going financial as well as volunteer support.
Microsoft Generously Awards Hopelink $70,000 for Greatest Needs
Thursday, January 02, 2014
Hopelink is incredibly grateful to be the recipient of a generous $70,000 grant from Microsoft to support our Greatest Needs Program. Microsoft’s partnership helps to ensure that Hopelink can be there when struggling low-income individuals and families in our community need us the most.
Byron and Alice Lockwood Foundation Supports Hopelink with $40,000 Gift
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Hopelink is honored to have been awarded a generous $40,000 grant from the Byron and Alice Lockwood Foundation.