New Events Coming Soon!

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Housing Justice

July 10, 2021

Join the Housing Justice Project and Kent Community Development Collaborative to discuss the end of the eviction moratorium and available rent assistance in Kent.

Saturday, July 10 1-3pm.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/housing-and-tenants-rights-in-kent-tickets-161159300807  

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HEALTH EQUITY

April 21, 2021

Join the KCDC Health Equity Committee in our effort to advocate for better connections to culturally appropriate healthcare in Kent!

We will learn more about a tool for closed-loop referrals from UniteUs called Community Information Exchanges (CIEs), where referrals for services between healthcare providers, behavioral health services, and community organizations work closely together so that individuals have better access to the care and supports they need to improve their health.

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Community Meeting

Saturday, November 14, 2020

Join KCDC for the first in our series of Virtual Community Meetings. We will receive updates on COVID-19 as it relates to health, housing, and economic opportunity in Kent, discuss opportunities, and share resources

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Leadership Institute

October 17, 2020

The Kent Community Development Collaborative Leadership Institute is a virtual workshop to build skills and relationships together as a Kent community. The institute will focus on the basics of community organizing, racial equity, and making positive changes to the city of Kent.

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Leadership Institute

February 29, 2020

This event was centered on building the capacity of residents to advocate for changes they wish to see, by putting into operation the community leadership, advocacy and systemic and policy changes the community needs to co-lead and implement.

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Health Workshop

October 19, 2019

KCDC focused on identifying the health needs of our community, as well as creating hope and energy around our communities’ ability to advocate for ourselves and others.

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Economic Development

October 5, 2019

KCDC focused on identifying ways to improve access to economic development in the Kent Community  through collaboration with residents, business owners, training centers, financial and permitting institutions, and increased access to small business loans and permits for low-income and residents of color.