Last month on July 12 at the Northwest African American Museum, Rainier Valley Corps combined its annual Fellows Celebration with its Quarterly Gathering — and we called the end result Turn Up for Transformation. Turn Up for Transformation was an evening of stories, food, music, poetry, and friends. More importantly, Turn Up for Transformation […]
Reflection is an important practice as individuals but also as an organization. At RVC, we believe this is how we continue to change and improve for our partners, our community, and for each other. 2017 is coming to a close very soon and our team got to reflect on our lessons learned so far as […]
Opinion: In the Trump Era, Nonprofits Need a New Social Contract With Foundations by Vu Le Published NOVEMBER 14, 2016 The nonprofit world woke up last week to a surreal and terrifying new reality, one that must force us all to operate differently. To see our nation choosing walls, divisiveness, xenophobia, and demagoguery over love, hope, diversity, […]
Seattle Weekly recently published a feature of RVC highlighting the organization’s beginning and its fellows.