ANEW's Week of Giving

Celebrating our 40th Anniversary!

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$61,980 by 19 people

$250,000

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ANEW’s 40th Anniversary comes during a challenging time for everyone, but especially for those we serve. The pandemic has disproportionally affected women and BIPOC, many who have lost their jobs and their savings. With record unemployment rates, especially in low wage industries, ANEW’s training is vital. Exposure to and training for family wage careers in construction is vital right now as we face a projected workforce shortage.

We need your investment now to help raise $250,000 to ensure ANEW can continue to deliver our proven pre-apprenticeship training programs in 2021. We ask that you please give as you would at a live event. Every donation counts – no matter the amount! We will use your donation wisely to provide career exploration, support services and training opportunities for those struck hardest by COVID-19. Help us build the people who will build our communities.

What impact will YOUR donation make?

  • $150 - Buys an apprentice a pair of work boots
  • $200 - Allows one of our clients to earn their GED
  • $300 - Covers the transportation for one student to get to our pre-apprenticeship class every day for 11 weeks
  • $1,500 - Pays for a pre-apprentice's industry certification course
  • $3,000 - Covers all of the supplies and materials for a whole pre-apprenticeship class
  • $5,000- Sponsor one student going through our pre-apprenticeship class
  • $45,000 - Sponsor an entire 4-week Construction Boot Camp
  • $90,000 - Sponsor an entire 11-week pre-apprenticeship class 

Supporters

Gwendolyn Thomas made a donation

18 hours ago

$50

Clark Lewis Construction made a donation

19 hours ago

$10,000

AGC of Washington made a donation

1 day ago

$1,000

Walsh Construction made a donation

3 days ago

$1,500

Hoffman Construction Company made a donation

4 days ago

$25,000

“ANEW is a great partner for us in helping to develop our workforce of the future, providing opportunities for underrepresented communities to find a career in construction. Their Pre-apprenticeship programs consistently turn out high quality, ambitious workers who are important contributors on our job-sites.” Dave Johnson Vice President , Hoffman Construction

Michelle Miller received a new donation from Anonymous

5 days ago

$50

IBEW Local 46 made a donation

1 week ago

$3,000

Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters made a donation

1 week ago

$2,500

Washington State Labor Council made a donation

1 week ago

$2,500

Megan Clark received a new donation from Megan Clark

1 week ago

$180

Michelle Miller received a new donation from Lillian Wolfe

1 week ago

$100

Hermanson Company received a new donation from Hermanson Company LLC

2 weeks ago

$5,000

Supporting opportunity, diversity, and inclusion for women and BIPOC in the construction trades since 1979.

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