Yakima Summit for the Common Good

The Summit for the Common Good is an event organized by a diverse group of organizations and individuals and facilitated by Together Washington, a nonpartisan, nonreligious, nonprofit organization. The Summit will showcase pairs of people who have successfully crossed divides, built effective relationships, and contributed to the common good. 

Join 200 Yakima community leaders as bridges are built across divides and we look to build the common good of the Yakima Valley at the second annual Summit for Common Good on April 29, 2022 at Heritage University.

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Build Connective Tissue in Our Communities
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Provide Support: Allowing for Silos to Be Broken Down
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Systemic Change: Create collaboration and leverage to maximize social, environmental, and economic well-being resulting in systemic change in Washington state

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Christopher Williams Announced as Together Washington's new Board of Directors Chair

Feb 3, 2022

Christopher Williams Announced as Together Washington's new Board of Directors Chair

Together Washington is excited to announce Christopher Williams as the new Board of Directors Chair! Click here to read the full announcement and learn more about Christopher.
A Conversation with Governor Evans and Governor Gregoire

Jan 24, 2022

A Conversation with Governor Evans and Governor Gregoire

It was our honor to host former Washington Governors Dan Evans and Christine Gregoire earlier this month for a discussion about the importance of building bridges during divided times.

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