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Community Inclusion roundtable is facilitated by Companis Worker

It was wonderful to hear about the important advocacy and research of Mark Salzer with the Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion at the Mental Health Policy Roundtable on March 7. Mark presented and led a discussion about Community Inclusion, in...

Renewal and Reflection Are Companis Tenets

At Companis, we think a lot about renewal and reflection. We are careful to work with our volunteers to make sure they are renewed and inspired by their placements with our many nonprofit partners, all engaged in direct service to our most vulnerable neighbors. We've...

This. This is what Companis is all about.

These three Companis Workers are completing placements that nicely illuminate the scope of Companis' work in the community. They  are deliver services and make important contributions addressing mental illness, environmental issues and services for our homeless...

Companis hosts training event on “Addressing Racism”

Addressing racism in our community begins with getting together to talk with one another. Our latest Companis Connects workshop welcomed consultant Nekya Johnson, a diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) trainer, and the interactive discussions among our Companis...

Back to our roots

Seattle First Baptist Church founded Companis in 1994 as a way to match dedicated and skilled volunteers with partner agencies doing vital work in the community. Companis became a 501c3 in 1997, but SFBC has continued to contribute important support for our mission....

We are grateful for community

It's great when a longtime supporter and ally becomes a Companis Worker! That's one of the reasons we're thrilled Donna Whitford has been placed with partner agency Unity on Union Books and Transitional Home. The other reason is that Donna is just an amazing person...

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