I Love Promoting Local Businesses
The following is from a direct mail newsletter I send my clients each month.
Starting this month (March, 2022), I am going to begin featuring one business from my “preferred vendor” list in each newsletter. These local vendors have earned their place on my list by providing quality service to clients of mine and/or my BHHS colleagues — service worthy of personal recommendation (i.e., they have not paid a promotional fee).
In honor of Women’s History Month, I am starting off with a woman-owned business. Amy Works, Inc. Her website says, ” We specialize in BATH, KITCHEN AND BASEMENT REMODELS and on building relationships with our customers.”
You can reach Amy and her team at 206-478-2019. AmyWorks.com
Here are more non-profit community resources:
Westseattleadventures.com: If you’re a parent in West Seattle who enjoys finding new outings close to home to do with your kids, this blog is for you.
1800recycle.wa.gov: A website/hotline with information about where you can recycle all those hard-to-recycle items (like microwave ovens).
West Seattle podcasts: Here are three. There may be more. https://allwayspodcast.com https://podcastwestseattle.com/ https://mobile.twitter.com/wspod
West Seattle Chamber of Commerce: Did you know you don’t need to own a business to join?
West Seattle Timebank: WSTB enables neighbors to exchange skills and services for time credits rather than dollars.
Smart 911: Smart911 allows citizens to provide the additional details that 9-1-1 call takers may need in order to assist them during an emergency…even when you call from a cell phone!
Westside Baby: provides essential items to local children in need by collecting and distributing diapers, clothing, and equipment.
Mary’s Place: provides safe, inclusive shelter and services that support women, children and families on their journey out of homelessness.
If you know of any other local non-profits that deserve a shout-out, let me know via email or comments.