Eight graduating high school students with big dreams have been named as the inaugural Why Not You Scholars – receiving a collective $100,000 in scholarships to help them achieve their post-secondary educational dreams.Read More
Do you know a high school senior with a big dream?
As part of the DREAM BIG: Anything is Possible campaign, the Why Not You Foundation is launching an inaugural $100,000 Why Not You Scholarship program in partnership with the College Success Foundation, to help students achieve their post-secondary educational dreams at a trade school, community college or four-year university.Read More
Since 2009, Rwanda Girls Initiative has been providing education to young women who face barriers to accessibility. Rwanda Girls Initiative educates and empowers girls of Rwanda to reach their highest potential.Read More
Why Not You Foundation Launches Teen Empowerment Campaign.
Today, the Why Not You Foundation, in partnership with King County Library System (KCLS), KCLS Foundation and JPMorgan Chase launched DREAM BIG: Anything is Possible, a teen empowerment campaign that encourages students to take advantage of the wide range of programs and resources offered through community libraries – opening up a world of possibilities and leading the way to achieving their educational and career dreams.Read More
On any given day, more than 300 kids call Seattle Children’s home where they’re under the care of some of the world’s most dedicated, innovative and compassionate caregivers.
But, it’s not on any given day when the halls of the hospital come alive with dancing, laughing and singing. That’s exactly what happened this week when Ciara joined forces with musician Preston Pohl from The Voice and Amazon for a holiday-themed pop-up concert for patients and their families.Read More
For the past three seasons, Russell has joined with players across the league to raise awareness for hundreds of nonprofits and causes near and dear to players’ hearts through the NFL’s My Cause My Cleats campaign. This Sunday is no exception as Russell takes the field in custom cleats designed by local artist Sydney Noland and inspired by youth served by Friends of the Children.Read More
The Metropolitan Grill has been part of Russell’s Seattle tradition from day one – or game one – as he’s enjoyed his post-game meal with family and friends there after every home game since his rookie year.Read More