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    Family Resources during COVID-19
    Posted on 04/26/2021
    Family Resources during COVID-19





    Here is a list of community resources available:

    Time Sensitive

    Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund

    Apply for the Washington COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund and receive a $1,000 one-time direct payment.

    Applications are open! Apply by May 15th!

    Summer Opportunities

    Scholarships for Summer Camps!

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    Assistance League Enrichment Scholarship Applications

    Want to go to summer camp? Apply for a summer enrichment scholarship to help you get there! (Ignore the May 1st Deadline)

    Click here to see a list of Summer Camps for 2021: List of Summer Camps for 2021

    World Language Summer Program

    (Virtual) for rising 9th grade students (current 8th graders) OneWOrld Now! Session1 June 28 - July 16, 2021 Session 2 - July 26-August 13, 2021. World Languages & Leadership - A virtual intensive program for high school credit. Arabic, Korean, Mandarin Chinese

    Join OneWorld Now to learn Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, or Korean virtually this summer while making new friends from across the country! The program has three components: language class, cultural activities, and leadership workshops. Students who successfully complete the program will earn up to 1 year of high-school world language credit.

    The program takes place online from June 28 - July 16 (Session One) and July 26 - August 13 (Session Two).

    Tuition is free; there is a $25 registration fee per session ($50 total for Session One and Session Two combined). Families may also request extended payment plans.

    June 6th is the final deadline to register, but please note that classes are filled on first-come, first-served and may fill up before the registration deadline. After a class is full, students may place themselves on the waitlist.

    For complete program information and to register, go to

    Questions? Email

    Ongoing Programs

    CareConnect Washington - supporting people who stay home during Covid-19

    King County Household Assistance Program

    Do you and your family need financial support to successfully isolate or quarantine? Anyone living in King County who tests positive or is exposed to COVID-19 may be eligible to receive a one-time household bill payment of up to $1500 to help pay their current rent, mortgage, utility, water, phone and internet bills. The Household Assistance Request program is funded by the Department of Health and will continue for as long as funds are available.

    King County Household Assistance Request Program

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    Ujamaa Food Circle (UFC)

    The mission of Ujamaa Food Circle (UFC) is to provide Black and Indigenous families a monthly organic food box that nourishes and educates, while honoring the foods of our ancestors

    View the website for Free Food days and times: Ujamaa Food Circle



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