Seattle Met's GeneroCity Is Still Going Strong

Poison Waters may have left the virtual building, but local nonprofits' online booths are open for browsing.

By Seattle Met Staff December 18, 2020

The sun is setting on this year's event, but there's still plenty to learn.

The lights are off on the main stage at Seattle Met's 7th-annual GeneroCity—we heard from a host of local nonprofits thanks to the help of Poison Waters (one hell of a hostess). But those panel discussions with Byrd Barr Place, the Latino Community Center, and others aren't the only platform GeneroCity provides for Seattleites hoping to learn a little more about how to give back. 

Log in or register through the beginning of January to check out those and other nonprofits' virtual booths at your leisure: Ask questions, find out how you can help with your money and time, and get giving. 'Tis the season.

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