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Posted on: December 8, 2020

City of North Bend Increases 2021 Human Services Funding by 33%

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On December 1st the North Bend City Council approved the new Biennial Budget, which included $128,500 for Human Services funding in 2021.

The City, which does not have a Department of Human Services due to its small size, allocates approximately 1% of its general fund each year to Snoqualmie Valley nonprofits and organizations that provide support services to North Bend children, families and seniors in need.

For 2021 - in response to the ongoing pandemic and greater community support needs - the City increased its annual Human Services funding by 33%.

Mayor Rob McFarland said, “We are extremely lucky to have strong community organizations as partners to assist us in fostering the health, safety and welfare of our citizens. As our community continues to face unprecedented challenges, I am pleased that the City Council took this bold, proactive step to increase our human services allocation by $32,000 in 2021."

Snoqualmie Valley Community Organizations receiving Human Services funding from the City of North Bend in 2021 include:

  • Boxley Music Fund/Jazz Clubs NW
  • Eastside Baby Corner
  • Encompass
  • Friends of the Trail
  • Friends of Youth
  • Mt. Si Senior Center
  • Snoqualmie Valley Community Network
  • Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank
  • Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services
  • Trail Youth

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