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April 13th, 2015 in Arts, Business, Community, Culture, Enewsletter, Environment, Events, In Motion, Misc, News, Partners, People, Promise Neighborhoods, Spring Clean, White Center CDA, Youth | Comments Off


Come on out and JOIN us for the 2015 WCCDA Spring Clean Event: 5/16/15 !!!

2015 WCCDA Spring Clean Event: 5-16-15
Click HERE to view and return the SPRING CLEAN REGISTRATION-FORM!!!

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March 18, 2015

Press release

Information from the WCCDA

The White Center Community Development Association (WCCDA) is gearing up for the 2015 Spring Clean event to take place May 16th 2015. White Center Spring Clean is an opportunity for volunteers and residents to take part in an annual spruce up of White Center through projects aimed at cleaning up and beautifying the neighborhood.

“Spring Clean is a hands-on way to get involved in making your community, literally, a better place. Whether it’s gardening, graffiti removal, bringing in more art or whatever is identified as a community need: everyone in White Center benefits from having a neighborhood with cleaner and improved spaces to show that people in this community care about where they live and/or run a business,” says White Center CDA’s business district manager, Vy Nguyen. “Spring Cleans are fun and a great way to connect with others that care about community, plus a way to score a free I ‘heart’ White Center t-shirt!”

Spring Clean projects come from the community, as WCCDA supports resident-led action in White Center’s development. Each day will start at the White Center CDA office (605 SW 108th St. Seattle 98146) with a light breakfast before volunteers go to their project assignments. Past projects have included: gardening at various sites around White Center, trash pick-up in White Center’s business district, graffiti removal, as well as painting murals throughout the neighborhood. WCCDA’s Spring Cleans brings in close to 300 volunteers for 20-25 projects each year.  If you have an idea or see a need in the White Center community for a Spring Clean project or if you’d like to volunteer and get involved in the community, register online at: TBD or contact Julia Bautista at Julia@wccda.org.

Sincerely,

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Sili Savusa/Executive Director

 

 

 

White Center Community Development Association
605 SW 108th Street, Seattle, WA 98146   Tel (206) 694 1082   Fax (206) 658 8344   info@wccda.org

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April 8th, 2015 in Business, Community, Education, Environment, Events, Housing, In Motion, News, Partners, People, Promise Neighborhoods, Uncategorized, White Center CDA | No Comments


 

 

Join us for the WCCDA Home Ownership Resource Day: 4/23/15 !



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CDA can assist, confirm what resources can help you buy a home!

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November 28th, 2012 in CDA Membership, Community, Culture, Education, Employment, Events, LEADERSHIP, Misc, News, Partners, People, Promise Neighborhoods, Uncategorized, Video, White Center CDA, Youth | No Comments


Community Summit 2012

If you have not seen it on TV yet check out our commercial for the community summit coming up on Dec.8th. Please registered at the following link “Register Now”.

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August 2nd, 2012 in Arts, Business, CDA Membership, Community, Culture, Education, Employment, Events, Health, LEADERSHIP, News, Partners, People, Promise Neighborhood Videos, Promise Neighborhoods, SOPI Village, Uncategorized, White Center CDA, Youth | No Comments


 

 

White Center-Promise Summer Celebration-Friday, August 31st, 2012


“Success from cradle to college and career”

(White Center, WA)-Promise Summer Celebration 2012-Come celebrate the implementation phase of the White Center Promise Initiative. Get information about what implementation will look like, enjoy the company of your neighbors and enjoy a great time with free local food and performers.

To register and find out more information please click the following link: Promise Registration. Registration deadline is August 25th, 2012. Register before the deadline to recieve a “Special” parent gift and a book bag for your child.

To volunteer, please register at the following link: Volunteer Registration. You can register online or print out a registration form. Please fax registration forms to 206.658.8344 or drop it off at the CDA office located at 1615 Cambridge St. If you are under 18 please fill out a youth waiver form found at the above link.

Volunteers are needed!! To sign-up as a volunteer, please visit the following link: Volunteer Registration or contact Julie Hubbs, AmeriCorp VISTA Volunteer Manager and Fund Developer at 206.694.1082 x175 or at whitecentercda@gmail.com. Volunteers will recieve a complimentary T-shirt, refreshments and food at the event.

 

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October 5th, 2011 in Community, Culture, Events, Partners, People, Promise Neighborhood Videos, Promise Neighborhoods, White Center CDA, Youth | No Comments


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Promise Neighborhoods is a place-based initiative created by the federal Department of Education and inspired by the Harlem Children’s Zone. The vision of this program is that all children and youth growing up in a Promise Neighborhood have access to a continuum of great schools and strong systems of family and community support that will prepare them to attain an excellent education and successfully transition to college and a career. The purpose of Promise Neighborhoods is to significantly improve the educational and developmental outcomes of children and youth in our most distressed communities, and to transform those communities.

For more information visit whitecenterpromise.org

Video directed and edited by Jerome Buenaventura

Music featured:
John Legend & the Roots - Wake up everybody feat. Melanie Fiona
John Legend - Shine (Waiting for Superman version)

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September 23rd, 2011 in Community, Culture, Education, Employment, LEADERSHIP, News, People, Promise Neighborhoods, Youth | No Comments


You have a say on the qualities and characteristics you want Highline’s next superintendent to possess.  What qualities and characteristics should our next leader have?

Voice your opinion at Next Tuesday’s Community Meeting.

Where: White Center Heights Elementary
Address: 10015 - 6th Avenue SW
Seattle, Wa 98146
Date: September 27, 2011
Time: 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM

For more information refer to the Highline Public School’s website.


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July 12th, 2011 in Community, Education, Promise Neighborhoods, White Center CDA | No Comments


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White Center Promise is a long-term effort aimed at eradicating poverty in White Center. It will create a support system that will lead to student and family success and bring about social change. Our goal is that all children in White Center will have a healthy and successful life from birth to college and beyond.

Join the effort to plan our White Center Promise for the future of our children. Share your thoughts, enjoy the company of your neighbors, and have a great time with free local food and entertainment.

What: White Center Promise Summer Celebration
When: Friday, July 22, 2010 @ 4:00pm
Location: Greenbridge Plaza (8th Ave SW & SW 98th St.)

For more event information or to volunteer contact Virgil Domaoan at virgil@wccda.org or call (206) 694-1082.

For more information on White Center Promise please contact Laurie Bohm, Promise Neighborhood Project Director, at (206) 708-8772 or lbohm@swyfs.org.

YOU CAN ALSO RSVP ONLINE! CLICK HERE TO RSVP.

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June 16th, 2011 in Education, Partners, Promise Neighborhoods, Youth | No Comments


The Promise Neighborhood Community Engagement Approach is community friendly and culturally competent. It has a couple of components including an educational/information campaign and survey. The Survey is available through a variety of means and in many home languages (Spanish, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Somali & Arabic). The Effort has an emphasis on going to the people to learn from them and start where people live.

Residents & Community Members from White Center Promise Zone, White Center Community Development Association, King County Housing Authority, Highline Public Schools, Southwest Youth and Family Services and Cambodian Cultural Alliance of Washington have been engaging parents over the past month and a half through a community survey. Parents are asked about what it takes for their children to be successful in school and life. Parents share their hopes for great schools and quality teachers where their children can feel supported to be successful and confident. Many parents share that their support networks include their parents, family members, caring professionals, church, and after school programs.  Neighborhood Mothers and Fathers also talk about the need for community centers, counseling programs, free activities for youth during the summer and tutoring programs.

Cambodian New Year Event, April 30:

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Spring Clean, May 14:

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CDA Membership Mixer (Social), May 20:

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Math Market Nights and Coffee Hours:

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Greenbridge Community Council Meeting, May 14:

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Join the Promise Neighborhood Community Engagement Team and talk to your neighbors and parents about what it takes for their children to be successful in school and life. Share your ideas and opinions to guide a brighter future for the youth of White Center by taking the Promise Neighborhood Community Survey here - www.whitecenterpromise.org.

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