|Hello, Tom. Hello, Ballard.|Tom Douglas Restaurants is opening a to-go business called Serious TakeOut at its Ballard Warehouse Kitchen (5118 14th Ave NW). The no contact drive-in, walk-up, and delivery opens for business on April the 8th at noon. $1 per order will be donated to Seattle's own Food Lifeline. ... See MoreSee Less
I understand Dr. Hudson is foregoing his salary to support these efforts. That's fantastic. Bravo, Dr. Hudson!
Who is Responsible for the Injuries? Lawsuits don't arise from nothing. To be able to file a suit, someone else must be responsible for your injuries. Of course, the responsible party isn't always clear, and sometimes you can sue even if you injured yourself. For instance, if a gun misfired and led to a spinal cord injury, you might still be able to sue the manufacturer if you can prove that they were negligent in manufacturing the gun. Generally speaking, you must prove that the other party was negligent, by failing to meet a clear duty. A doctor who doesn't properly treat a spinal cord infection might have negligently committed malpractice. If you can't prove negligence, then you must prove that the other party intentionally acted to harm you. A criminal who caused your spinal cord injury by shooting you fits this bill. Some of the most common defendants in spinal cord injury lawsuits include Doctors and other medical providers who do not provide appropriate care.
Why is your supply chain so fucked? Why can’t you meet the obligation of your duties as laid out in your non-profit charter. Fraud much?
April is #nationalvolunteer month, and we have a lot to celebrate!FareStart Volunteers donate their time and talent at nearly every level of the organization, playing a direct role in transforming lives, nourishing communities and disrupting poverty. In 2019, FareStart had over 3,200 volunteers!We miss having our volunteers in the building and are looking forward to welcoming them back to our kitchens, classrooms and offices. ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
Ballard Food Bank temporarily closed drop-off donations as we implemented our new drive-thru food bank. But we have an urgent need for some specific items and welcome our community’s support. While our drive-thru food bank is operating out of the Mox parking lot next door, we are asking donors to come through the Ballard Food Bank parking lot during our preferred donation drop-off times:Monday 8:00 am – 12:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 10:30 amWednesday 8:00 am – 10:30 amThursday 8:00 am – 12:00 pmOur most-needed items right now are:Soups and chiliPeanut ButterMac and CheeseCanned Tuna, Chicken or SalmonTop Ramen or Cup a Noodles Individual OatmealIndividual cerealsThank you for helping us secure these crucial food items! When you stop by, please enter through our front gate and follow guidelines around social distancing. As always, we are incredibly grateful for the support of our neighbors. ... See MoreSee Less