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Spotlight: Breaking the school-to-prison pipeline

After growing up in the Deep South and witnessing the injustice racism had on communities, James Wilburn Jr. strove to make a difference in the Lilac City.  In 2014 he won a Washington State Jefferson Award for his work challenging the "school-to-prison pipeline" in Spokane. Seattle CityClub is proud to recognize community leaders each year through the Washington State Jefferson Awards. Do you know someone who is making our community better? Nominate your hero today.

The Seattle Freeze is real (and there's something you can do about it)

Join us for our Annual Meeting: Collective Impact! on March 18 where you will learn about inspiring new programs from local organizations that are touching lives and making a difference. These organizations are reaching out to the community to realize their goals. As a result, they are making Seattle a little warmer and making our civic health stronger. Register today!

Spotlight: A woman on a mission

Despite a physically debilitating birth defect and over two dozen surgeries, Megan Johnson has made it her mission to help the homeless.  In 2011 she won a Washington State Jefferson Award for her work and moved on to claim the national award. Seattle CityClub is proud to recognize community leaders each year through the Washington State Jefferson Awards.  Do you know someone who is making our community better? Nominate your hero today.

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Do you know someone who is making a difference in our community? Seattle CityClub is proud to recognize leaders each year through the Washington State Jefferson Awards. Regarded as the "Nobel Prize" for public service, this award honors "unsung heroes" for their volunteerism & action to make the world a better place. Click here to nominate your hero today