Kuni Foundation Awards Alpha $150K!

We are excited to announce that Alpha has been awarded a grant for 2023 from the Kuni Foundation that will go towards renovating and preserving our existing agency-owned homes and expanding home accessibility for more clients experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities. We are so grateful for the Kuni Foundation’s continued support and recognition of the value of our work.

The Kuni Foundation is based out of Southwest Washington. One of their main goals is to increase housing options for people experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities. You can visit their website for more information on how you can become involved in advocating for people with I/DD. https://www.kunifoundation.org/

Alpha’s Shoreline Expansion

Alpha is excited to partner with TWG – an Indiana-based real estate developer – in their first affordable housing project in King County. They will begin construction in Shoreline of a 7-story building with 250 units called 192 Shoreline. The project is slated to begin in late 2021.

Alpha will have designated apartment units within the building for clients needing affordable housing in Shoreline, as well as a community facility space within the housing complex.  The facility will allow us to reach more individuals and continue our vision of an inclusive community.

Check out their feature in the Puget Sound Business Journal.

Thank you, Kuni Foundation!

We are excited to announce that Alpha has been awarded a multi-year grant from the Kuni Foundation that will go towards renovating two of our supported living programs! More information to come.

Check out their latest piece in the Puget Sound Business Journal above!
“From Invisibility to Inclusion”

The Kuni Foundation is based out of Southwest Washington. One of their main goals is increasing housing options for people experiencing Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Recently, the Puget Sound Business Journal included a piece about the work that the Kuni Foundation has been doing titled “From Invisibility to Inclusion”.  You can visit their website for more information on how you can become involved in advocating for people with I/DD. https://www.kunifoundation.org/