A Marathon, Not a Sprint

COVID-19 continues to deeply affect our communities in many ways. Each family we serve has a unique situation, and WithinReach plays an important role in helping them for as long as they need us. We are here to support families during the critical points in their lives ensuring they are connected to all of the health, nutrition and social service resources available to them.
Our COVID-19 Response Continues

As the need for our services increases due to the pandemic, WithinReach remains committed to driving down barriers that prevent families from living healthy lives. According to The Seattle Times , job losses are falling hardest on those who were already hurting including working moms. And from the CDC: Racial and ethnic groups that have long experienced health and social inequities are much more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19. We are here for families.
"We listen to every story."

In the wake of COVID-19, our AmeriCorps team experiences firsthand how barriers faced by families are exacerbated by social and racial inequities in our food system, as well as health and financial stressors related to the pandemic. In just three months, our AmeriCorps team alone responded to   nearly 500 families experiencing food insecurity .
We're in the News!

We were featured in the Puget Sound Business Journal COVID-19 Giving Guide ! Thanks to our amazing partner, Columbia Bank , we had an opportunity to build awareness about our work supporting families . WithinReach had a full-page ad click on the image to the left to see our ad in detail as well as a digital showcase, which will be featured online for the next two months.
Stay Safe, Stay Healthy,
Stay Vaccinated!

With vaccination rates dropping, WithinReach partnered with the WA State Department of Health and WA Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics to create a campaign encouraging families to stick to their vaccination schedules, and letting them know about safety measures put in place at clinics.
Making the connections Washington families need to be healthy and safe.