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Dive deeper into the data

Click on one of the investment areas below to view 2018 performance measures.

What we accomplished in 2018


invested in making King County a welcoming place where everyone can thrive


partners leveraged BSK funding and expertise to strengthen their communities


hours of technical assistance leveraged by communities


new and continuing programs


children received food, essential supplies, and other support


families and youth were assisted on the path toward stable housing


young people took part in youth development programs

View our 2018 Annual Report to learn more!

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