Join us at The Arc of King County office from 1-3pm on April 21st to learn about and celebrate our major accomplishments in 2017, our ongoing progress guided by our strategic plan, and upcoming projects that we are working on in 2017.
More than 40 percent of the homeless population are people with disabilities. Increasingly, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities are navigating crises brought by lack of affordable housing and the limited financial resources of a fixed income. Christa’s journey highlights many of the challenges people with I/DD must face to access stable housing.
The 5k for Inclusion is moving locations and time of year! This year we will be running, walking, and rolling at Renton Memorial Stadium on Saturday, June 16th!! We can't wait to see you there!!
The Arc of King County's Board Trustee, Becky Bisbee wrote a letter to the editor at the Seattle Times about the insufficient funding for special education. Read her letter here.
Become a member of The Arc of King County before this legislative session starts!! Your voice counts and we want to be able to best represent you in Olympia this year. Membership allows us to increase our voting power on state and national issues for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Are you shopping on Amazon? Did you know that if you select The Arc of King County as your preferred organization, we receive 0.5% of your total purchase? Share your purchase on Facebook or Twitter and encourage others to shop on Amazon Smile! Happy shopping!!!
The Welcome Inclusion (WIN) initiative is a grassroots alliance housed at The Arc of King County. WIN is a public awareness and capacity building campaign that will facilitate rapid, transformative community change to promote a world of inclusion for children and adults with intellectual, behavioral and social differences