Together Center receives Boeing grant

  • Tuesday, November 28, 2017 1:30pm
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The Together Center received a grant of $35,000 from the Employees Community Fund of Boeing Puget Sound, a press release from the Center said.

The grant will be used to replace carpet and tile in the common areas of the Center’s three-building campus.

“The support by Boeing employees have been a really critical part of our development,” Together Center CEO Pam Mauk said in the release.

The Together Center was designed to lower barriers and provide assistance to people seeking medical and dental care, youth shelter, child care, counseling and more.

The Together Center is located at 16225 N.E. 87th St. in Redmond.

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