How We Help
The Kristin-Kendrick Foundation volunteers and gives meaningful micro-grants to non-profit organizations in the communities in which they live and work.
According to the United Way of King County,
In 2011, King County was home to 1,942,600 people living in 857,993 households, and they:
  • Fed over 1,050 homeless adults and children by making meals for area homeless shelters and child care centers with Fare Start.
    • In 2010, 12% of the population had an income below the poverty level.
  • Cooked meals for 32 homeless youth through YouthCare Shelter.
    • 16% of children lived in a household below the poverty level.
  • Supported the paid teen internship that staffs summer educational programs Tahoma Audubon Society. 80% of previous interns have been students of color.
    • 30% of individuals were people of color.
    • 20% of the population was foreign-born.
    • 26% of households spoke a language other than English at home.