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Trillium Employment Services
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201 auburn way north, suite b, auburn, washington 98002
253 735 1553

Trillium Employment Services
We are a business resource helping Washington companies build an inclusive workforce and partners with businesses to assist with staffing efficiencies. We are not your traditional staffing company that just fills open positions.

Trillium helps businesses recruit, train and advance employees with developmental disabilities. We believe businesses are stronger when they have diverse abilities in their workforce. We offer companies solutions that fill labor gaps, strengthen business, and improve diversity.

Trillium is a nonprofit organization, serving Washington since 1983. We are funded through public resources, so businesses do not pay for Trillium’s consultation services.

Friend to Friend America
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Washington state 98101
206 870 4266

Our Mission
To end loneliness in the lives of seniors, one senior at a time, “Friend to Friend”. Friend to Friend America recruits and trains volunteers in the community to visit lonely and isolated seniors.

Friend to Friend America can help
Would you like a visitor? Do you know someone that could benefit from a visiting friend? Are your parents or grandparents living miles away? Are you unable to get there to visit as often as you would like? Would your relative enjoy the company of a friend? Fill out our request form today! (Please note, at this time our service area is limited to Washington State.)

Jayne B Shea – Bisexual and Poly Pride T-Shirts
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Bisexual, Poly, and LGBT Friendly Apparel, Products, and Stories

After shopping for Pride 2014 and finding a very limited selection of bisexual pride items, I was inspired to create and sell my own bisexual pride designs. My partner and I started creating original designs and now, we're bringing them to you!

My mission is to raise awareness of the bisexual community. When I'm not designing gay pride apparel and accessories, I'm writing sex positive erotica on Kindle. Want to learn more about me? I'd love to connect with you on social media!

My Bisexual Experience

I came out to my parents as bisexual for the first time in 8th grade, and did it again as bisexual and polyamorous just last year. Being bisexual is an important part of my identity, so when I looked for a way to celebrate my sexuality, I was surprised and disappointed by the lack of options available online. Similarly, sex-positive representations of bisexuality and polyamory are almost nonexistent in erotic literature.

As a bi woman, I have been told "Oh hun, you're not bisexual - it's just a phase" and asked "You're in a relationship with a guy - does that mean you're straight now?" Bisexual erasure is a serious issue, from both straight and queer people, and sometimes even from within the bisexual community! When I started making my bi-pride and poly-pride shirts and selling them at Pride festivals, I was overwhelmed and so encouraged by the people who literally ran up to me so completely excited to see their sexuality represented. Representing the bi and poly communities in both my products and my writing is an honor.

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Real Change
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96 South Main Street, Seattle, WA, USA, Washington state 98104
(206) 441-3247

Real Change produces an award-winning weekly newspaper that provides immediate employment opportunity and takes action for economic, social, and racial justice.

    Our Values

  • Courage: Telling the truth and taking risks.
  • Community: Fostering healthy relationship across differences.
  • Creativity: Pushing beyond the obvious to promite change.
  • Compassion: Treating everyone with respect and accepting them as they are.
  • Integrity: Doing what we say and taking responsibility for our mistakes.

Our Vision

We envision a just, caring and inclusive community, where people are no longer marginalized by racism and classism and have the means to live with dignity.

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