9/15/16 -- TBN -- The Federal Way Day Center Coalition (including the Sound Alliance) sat down for an interview with TBN's "Joy in Our Town" host. They shared about the history behind the Center, the expected impact the Day Center will have and how the community can get involved. You can watch the interview here.
2/22/16 -- The Daily -- On any given night, there are around 4,000 homeless people on the streets of King County. Presented with this fact and several testimonies at Saturday’s Sound Alliance Action Assembly on Homelessness, District 46’s elected officials signed on in favor of the UW hosting Tent City 3 in 2017.
10/22/15 -- Federal Way Mirror -- A packed City Hall gave a standing ovation to the Federal Way City Council after they unanimously approved $100,000 of city funds for a day shelter on Tuesday.
10/18/15 -- The Daily -- Nearly 100 people gathered at the University Unitarian Church on Saturday night to show support for Best Starts for Kids, a new levy that will be on the November ballot. Best Starts for Kids would increase public health funding to provide kids and parents with the necessary resources for a successful start in life.
3/13/15 -- Federal Way Mirror -- As plans come together for a potential new day shelter in Federal Way, some community partners have stepped up to house and staff the shelter.
2/20/15 -- Federal Way Mirror -- A day shelter for the homeless in Federal Way was the talk of the town at the Feb. 17 City Council meeting. The Council chamber and overflow rooms were filled with 175 spectators. About 10 spoke during public comment — all in support of the day and hygiene center serving the homeless in Federal Way and regionally.
11/14/14 -- Federal Way Mirror -- "Our goal was to encourage Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell to commit to work with the Alliance and its allies to find an appropriate site, secure capital funding and secure operation funding to develop a day shelter in Federal Way that provides showers, laundry, public space and a connection point with service providers," said Peter Hasegawa. "I believe a strong community showing at our event demonstrated support for this project."
3/29/11 -- Surdna Foundation -- The IAF Northwest has brought together an uncommon mix of constituencies-more than 100 synagogues, churches, education associations, building trades unions, immigrant and neighborhood organizations, and recovery and disability organizations-and has discovered that green jobs ties them together in a deep and meaningful way.