Welcome to the Sound Alliance!
Welcome! We, the Sound Alliance, are a diverse group of resourceful, passionate people from across the Puget Sound area – united through our religious, education, labor and community organizations – who are seeking the best of ourselves and our communities.
The Sound Alliance was founded in 2008 to create opportunities for people to grow, connect and act powerfully and creatively to bring about practical solutions to the challenges facing our families and communities.
October 2018 -- 90 leaders from 17 different institutions witnessed public commitments supporting immigrants and children, heard personal stories of how these issues impacted people’s lives, saw Sound Alliance’s brand new video, and more at a packed Sound Alliance Action and Delegate Assembly on October 18.
The Sound Alliance is all about developing the diverse voices of our community, then knitting them together one by one to build power. Learn more in this video!
JOIN the Sound Alliance as we gather together, harnessing our people power to move our issue work forward and take care of internal business! Local decision makers will be invited to make commitments to aid our Immigrant Rights and Project ENGAGE (equity in youth physical activity) campaigns. // PARTICIPE en la Alianza Sound, aprovechemos el poder colectivo de nuestra gente para seguir avanzando nuestro trabajo en asuntos que nos importan, también discutiremos asuntos internos! Invitaremos encargados locales con poder de decisión, a hacer compromisos que ayuden nuestra campaña sobre Derechos de los Inmigrantes y la campaña del Proyecto ENGAGE (Equidad en Actividad Física para la Juventud).
July 2018 -- The Sound Alliance Immigrant Rights Action Team only set up 40 chairs at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Federal Way on June 21, 2018. Then 60 people piled into the room, filling it to capacity to hear Jay Stansell, J.D. present a workshop entitled “Reclaiming the Constitution. Knowing, Defending, and Using Your Rights in the Face of Injustice.”