Snoqualmie woman joins Together Center board of directors

  • Wednesday, October 4, 2017 11:53am
  • Life

Together Center has announced the addition of Donna Himpler of Snoqualmie to its Board of Directors. Himpler is a vice president at Columbia Bank in Bellevue. She has an MBA from Dowling College in New York.

“We are very lucky to have Donna on our board of directors,” said board chairperson Margaret Moore. “She brings financial expertise and knowledge of best practices that are critical to meeting our mission.”

“Together Center is a community organization that is doing great things for the community,” Himpler said. “I love the fact that the organization brings people in need together with the programs that can provide assistance for them.”

One of the first nonprofit multi-tenant centers in the nation, Together Center was designed first and foremost to lower barriers to finding help. Where East King County residents once needed to travel from Bothell to Renton or beyond to find help at individual locations, people from throughout the Eastside now find comprehensive assistance at one location in downtown Redmond.

Services include medical and dental care, youth shelter, child care assistance, youth and family counseling and more. Tens of thousands of people are assisted on campus each year.

Together Center is located at 16225 NE 87th in Redmond. For more information, contact (425) 869-6699 or visit www.togethercenter.org.

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