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April Newsletter!

We are excited to announce the creation of the Tulalip Tribes Native American Scholarship Program at Pushing Boundaries!

This exciting new opportunity provides five (5) $1000 scholarships for Washington state

Native Americans navigating paralysis and /or other neurological movement disorders.

Teri says: “We are incredibly excited and honored by Tulalip Tribes’ generosity, and hope to use this scholarship program as a model with other community partners, to further expand access to Exercise Therapy.”

TO learn more and read our full Press Release, head to our NEWSROOM.

If you or someone you know wants to apply, Please contact Michael!


GiveBIG is Coming!

...and it's National Volunteer Week!

May 3rd and 4th is GiveBIG! We hope you'll consider a gift to PB as you support the nonprofits in our community.

(we'll have more details on that next week!)

This week is National Volunteer Week! We can't think of a better way to highlight that than with a sneak peek of one of our GiveBIG videos, with one of our beloved volunteers: Board President Le Ann Yoder.

Check it out!


Seattle DOT Launches New 'Ride Now!' Program

The Seattle Department of Transportation is launching a new pilot program called Ride Now, to provide free and discounted rides to transit stations and other nearby destinations that can be difficult to reach by transit only – specifically for older adults (65+), people navigating disabilities, and their respective caregivers.

This voucher-based test program runs through June 1st. Click HERE to learn about eligibility and to sign up!


Redmond Mayor's State of the City Address: Your Voice is Wanted!

Teri and Michael were excited to attend Redmond Mayor Angela Birney's 'State of the City' address earlier this month. One of the main topics was the 'Parks, Arts, Recreation, Culture and Conservation (PARCC) Plan'.

...And they want to hear from you! Click HERE to checkout the website, and HERE to take the survey about what YOU think is important in the future of Redmond.

Pictured: Redmond Mayor Angela Birney (l) and OneRedmond CEO Kristine Hudson (r)

Join our Friends at the BIAWA for the Annual Walk, Run, and Roll!

PB is once again proud to sponsor this annual event, hosted by our friends at the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington on April 30th!

To learn more and register, click HERE!


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