KWA Joins Long-Term Care Coalition to Protect Washington’s Most Vulnerable Proposed COVID-19 budget cuts would devastate seniors and people with disabilities (Tacoma, WA) – KWA joins the Coalition of Long-Term Care advocates, assembled in response to recent budget reduction exercises that propose significant cuts to critical services that support Washington’s seniors and people with disabilities.
Korean Women’s Association (KWA) announced it has accepted a $100,000 grant from Group Health Foundation to boost care and response efforts in light of COVID-19. KWA provides services and cares to the state’s most vulnerable populations and these funds will allow the organization to address the following operational efforts. Continuing to care for people at
Korean Women’s Association (KWA) Board of Trustees announced in late February Peter Ansara has been named to lead the agency as newly appointed Chief Executive Officer. “Peter Ansara is a well-respected executive in the community with a proven track record with KWA, guiding the agency during its toughest times. I have no doubt Peter will
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE $15/Hour Minimum Wage coming in 2019 for Korean Women’s Association Employees – More Than 1200 Employees Will Receive Bigger Paychecks in January TACOMA, WA – December 17, 2018 – Korean Women’s Association (KWA) announces a bold move to raise its minimum wage to $15 per hour for all KWA employees across Western