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.
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.”
Sound - Know Your Rights - A Training for the Whole Community // Conozca sus Derechos - Capacitación Para Toda La Comunidad
Are you concerned about the increased threats to basic rights that immigrants are facing right now in the United States? Do you want to know your own rights or how to be an ally to an immigrant should a situation arise? Everyone living in the United States has basic rights under the constitution. If you understand these basic rights, you can share information with friends, neighbors, and co-workers. The training will include a presentation and role-play on how everyone can exercise their rights if confronted by law enforcement or Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
March 2018 -- We are happy to announce that the Society of St. Vincent de Paul: King County has officially joined the Sound Alliance!
1/14/18 -- Federal Way Mirror -- In its first year of operation, the Federal Way Day Center, which provides a place for homeless men and women to shower, do laundry and connect with resources, has served more than 1,000 clients...The center is a partnership between a variety of organizations, including St. Vincent de Paul, Sound Alliance, Catholic Community Services, Reach Out, the Federal Way Community Caregiving Network, Valley Cities Counseling, Multi-Service Center and community churches.