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We are adding an Education Program Officer to our team!

February 06, 2018
Stolte Family Foundation is hiring an Education Program Officer - an exciting new role to impact education equity in King County. Consider joining our team to help shape the Foundation’s work as it grows. Please share the news and help spread the word! To learn more about the position, download the job description. The position closes... more

Seattle Youth Climate Action Network

December 12, 2017
The SFF was happy to help the Woodland Park Zoo launch a summer program, Seattle Youth Climate Action Network (SYCAN). SFF funding allowed the zoo to use the important summer months to expand its education programming to a more diverse audience of youth. Over 120 youth attended the SYCAN Summit in October 2017, along with Governor Inslee... more

SFF is proud to support KUOW's Terrestrial

November 30, 2017
We believe in telling climate change stories in a way that resonates with a broad audience, and we’re pleased to support Ashley Ahern (host of the terrestrial podcast) in her efforts to do just that as she explores the choices we make in a world that we have changed. Listen to KUOW Terrestrial.Please... more
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Five Numbers to Remember About Early Childhood Development

December 20, 2017
Research from the Center on the Developing Child (2009) identified the Five Numbers to Remember About Early Childhood Development. What do these five numbers tell us? Getting things right the first time is easier and more effective than trying to fix them later.Early childhood matters because experiences early in life can have a lasting impact on later... more

Black Youth in South King County & South Seattle

December 20, 2017
A new Road Map Report, Start with Us, shows the need for systems to combat racial bias, promote positive school climates, racial identity development, and listen more closely to students. It also includes new data on several dimensions of college readiness and postsecondary success. During focus groups called Listening Sessions, local Black high schoolers shared what mattered... more

Vu Le - Advocating for Equity

November 30, 2017
Vu’s perspective on the nonprofit starvation cycle and nonprofit hunger games, along with his focus on equity and healthy funder and community relationships, has been an important resource for the Stolte Family Foundation. Vu's recent blog post on building power in community aligns with the SFF’s commitment to advocacy and engagement. We know... more
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