Key Leaders Summit 2019: Developing a Shared Understanding of Valley Needs
August 12, 2019 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Are you curious about the results of the A Supportive Community For All Community Needs Assessment?
You are invited to join the A Supportive Community For All Work Group and others from throughout the Snoqualmie Valley at the Key Leaders Summit being held at the Snoqualmie Valley Alliance Church on August 12th from 8:30am-12:00pm. The Key Leaders Summit will showcase findings from the completed Community Needs Assessment (CNA) of the Snoqualmie Valley. The CNA covers both Snoqualmie Valley and Riverview School District geographic areas. Please register for this free event at www.kls2019.eventbrite.com.
WHAT IS THE KEY LEADERS SUMMIT?
The KEY LEADERS SUMMIT is a great opportunity for Snoqualmie Valley leaders to network and engage in relevant community conversations, collaborations, and actions! This year we will be exploring the A Supportive Community For All Community Needs Assessment and working to build a shared understanding of Valley needs and assets.
Your voice and expertise is needed at the table!
WHEN IS IT?
Monday, August 12th from 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM (the first 30 minutes provides dedicated time for networking)
Snoqualmie Valley Alliance Church
36017 SE Fish Hatchery Rd, Fall City
WHO IS INVITED?
The KEY LEADERS SUMMIT is a facilitated community leaders event (leaders = anyone who shows up to participate) to address issues influencing the overall health and well-being of youth in the Snoqualmie Valley. Feel free to share this invitation with others who may be interested in participating.
Light breakfast will be provided.
BACKGROUND ON A SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY FOR ALL
A Supportive Community For All (SCFA) is a two-year project funded through a King County Communities of Opportunities (COO) grant designed to strengthen community connections by building an inclusive coalition of service providers and key community stakeholders around a shared vision of coordinated human services across Snoqualmie Valley. The focus is on decreasing inequities in housing, health, economic opportunity and social connectedness through the coordinated delivery of human services.
As part of a SCFA, we engaged with a consultant to coordinate a Community Needs Assessment to identify the health and human services needs of Snoqualmie Valley residents to better match people with services that address their needs. We worked with providers, residents, and partner organizations in the area to engage with and hear from our community about the Valley’s needs, assets, and opportunities.