How can you be socially responsible when you spend your dollars? This list of businesses and organizations will guide you to supporting ventures that reflect your values.
These organizations are FW Black-Collective-certified
Orion is a social enterprise dedicated to helping people who have barriers to employment receive paid training, mentoring, one on one vocational counseling, job development and job retention services in Aerospace Manufacturing, Janitorial and Office Skills. Participants must be 18 years or older.
Orion has program info and manufacturing floor tours every Monday at 9am at 1590 A St Northeast, Auburn WA 98002.
The 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month a tour of the Office Skills and Customer service program is offered. This training is free (But does not pay an hourly wage).
The 4th Wednesday of each month Orion offers Warrior Wednesday! A day set aside to offer informational tours specifically for Veterans and those who serve in the military.
If you have any questions please contact:
Cindy Arnold, Intake & Outreach Coordinator
P: 253.661.7805, ext. 273
PUBLIC HEALTH SEATTLE KING COUNTY
Public Health - Seattle & King County is one of the biggest metropolitan health departments in the United States, and works to improve and protect the health and well-being of all King County residents, as measured by the elimination of health disparities and the increase in the number of healthy years that people live.
ROOTED IN RIGHTS
Part of Disability Rights Washington, Rooted in Rights is a Seattle-based team of disabled video producers, editors, and digital organizers. In partnership with both local coalitions and national advocacy campaigns, Rooted in Rights fights for concrete community changes through telling authentic, accessible stories that challenge stigma and redefine narratives around chronic illness, disability, and mental health.