Author Archives: Emily Wintringhan

Seattle Foundation Donates to Kinship House

Kinship House received a grant in the amount of $15,000.00 from FCO Selections and LLC, local non-profit service providers. Using a framework centered on human rights and equity, Seattle Foundation develops partnerships for philanthropic organizations seeking to make the greatest … Continue reading

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Community Spotlight: Forward Stride

Forward Stride is one of the nation’s leading and accredited Equestrian therapeutic centers in Oregon.  Forward Stride works with individuals from the Portland area whether they are child affected by autism; a teenager with a severe brain injury; a veteran returning from … Continue reading

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Community Spotlight: Rosemary Anderson High School

 Portland Opportunities Industrialization Center and  Rosemary Anderson High School is dedicated to  providing high quality education, job training, mentoring, family outreach  for students and graduates through the age of 25. Opportunities include credit recovery, extracurricular after school programs, community engagement activities. … Continue reading

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Kinship House Welcomes A New Intern

Kinship House is pleased to welcome Emily Wintringham as a new intern in our fund development department. She will be helping with social media, crafting blog posts, and managing our e-communications. — Dennise Kowalczyk, Development & Communications Director Meet Emily … Continue reading

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