The Washington Bus Education Fund engages our generation on their own terms. We train young leaders with the skills to organize, and connect our values to civic action. At the Bus, we’re shaping the future of Washington!
Written by Miki Kusunose, Bus Volunteer For many teenagers like me, the Black Lives Matter protests in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor have felt monumental and oftentimes overwhelming. As people my age approach adulthood, the...
The Bus was stoked to be able to provide a small economic boost to five amazing young, local artists. Thank you to everyone who participated by sharing their art, promoting the contest, and voting on the submissions! Read on and get to know the artists behind two of...
Dear Bus Family and Friends, As COVID -19 continues to reveal the deep inequities in our democracy, the Bus is doubling down on our efforts to shape Washington’s future. For this reason, the Bus Summer Fellowship is going digital! This year we will focus on...
People. Participation. Policy.
We believe in people. We believe in participation. We believe in policy. The Bus meets young people where they are and mobilizes them to build a more progressive and representative Washington State. We run large voter registration drives, educate our peers on civic issues and train the next generation of leaders.
Help fuel the Bus!
The Bus couldn’t run without the help from folks just like you, so we thank you in advance for supporting the Washington Bus Education Fund! As a 501(c)(3), all donations are tax-deductible and go directly to supporting our leadership development and civic engagement work.
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To best fulfill the full scope of our mission, ‘The Washington Bus’ header is comprised of two separate legal entities: The Washington Bus Education Fund, a 501(c)(3) public charity, and The Washington Bus, a 501(c)(4) social welfare organization.