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Poverty Action builds grassroots power to end causes of poverty and create opportunities for everyone to prosper. We envision a state where people of all income levels fully promote and participate in building the fabric of socially, politically, and economically just communities.

We’re Hiring!!

We are looking for a Policy & Field Campaign Manager to join our team! More information here.

We’re having a party!

Please join Poverty Action in our end-of-session celebration, Together Towards Victory, for a night of food, drinks, and fun!  This event will be held on Thursday, April 26, from 5:30 PM-7 PM at the Hillman City Collaboratory.  It is FREE and open to anyone and everyone who has ever advocated with us, worked alongside us, or […]

2018 Supplemental Budget Analysis– Now up!

We’ve created a handy grid tool for a simple side-by-side comparison of the 2018 Supplemental Budget Proposals from the Governor, Senate, and House. Go check it out here! Be sure to re-visit this site in the upcoming weeks once a final version of the budget has been produced.

Check Out Our New Community Voices!

At Poverty Action, we believe that real experiences are the force behind real change! That’s why we’ve added a new section to our 2018 Legislative Session section of our website– Community Voices! Check it out to read the testimony from community members who would be directly impacted by the bills they advocate for. We’ll be […]

Welcome to the team Adriana

Poverty Action is excited announce that Adriana Lasso-Harrier has joined the Poverty Action team as our new communications coordinator. In that role she will implement media and communications strategies to help advance the narrative about poverty in Washington and work closely with community members to uphold their stories. Before joining Poverty Action, Adriana worked at Solid Ground […]