The Impact Fund supports new and existing programs that increase equitable engagement in COVID-19 testing services and vaccine education for marginalized K-12 populations.


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Black Women Housing Alliance

Welcome to our Impact Fund Spotlight series, where we celebrate our partners who are addressing challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, we shine the spotlight on Tiffany Morgan Dickerson and the Black Women’s Housing Alliance (BWHA), an organization dedicated to promoting health and wellness while dismantling systemic racism.

In response to the ongoing pandemic, the BWHA launched the Be Well Campaign, focusing on K-12 populations in West Seattle and South Seattle. This campaign aimed to educate and empower youth and their families about preventing the spread of COVID-19 through testing, vaccinations, and other essential hygiene practices. By utilizing both online platforms and in-person ‘Be Well Festivals,’ the BWHA engaged with the community and made a lasting impact on the lives of those they served.

Join us as we interview Tiffany Morgan Dickerson, Executive Director and Founder of BWHA. Tiffany’s passion for serving children and the community, coupled with her extensive non-profit and community service experience, has been instrumental in driving the success of the Be Well Campaign and overall health awareness in our communities.

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Pacific Northwest Black Business Coalition

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El Siete Días

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The Clearwater School

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