2008 4th Quarter Community Impact Funds Recipients
Level $500 to $2,500
Chief Seattle Club
To provide a sacred space to nurture, affirm, and renew the Spirit of urban Native peoples.
Marysville Youth Football
To purchase football gear, upgrade and re-certify helmets and uniforms, grant scholarships, and cover league and referee fees.
Mother Baby Center
To support very low income women during pregnancy and the first 12 months after birth.
Mukilteo Historical Society, Incorporated
To develop interpretative displays for the northern portion of Mukilteo Lighthouse Park related to the historic use of the shoreline by the Tulalip Tribes pre-1855 Point Elliott Treaty.
Museum of Glass
To support the Native American themed exhibition Preston Singletary: Echoes, Fire and Shadows.
Provide safe and sober transitional housing to women upon their release from a detention center.
North County Youth Soccer Association / Evergreen Soccer Club
Increase the ability to provide scholarships for disadvantaged youth.
Northwest Indian Bar Association Foundation
To provide educational opportunity for aspiring lawyers through the Indian Legal Scholars Program.
NW Unangax Culture
To support the promotion of Unangax Culture camps taught by Alaskan Unangax Instructors.
Perinatal Treatment Services
To help women stay clean and sober, improving the quality of life for themselves and their children.
Skagit Pre-School Association and Resource Center
To provide a computer and printer in support of a comprehensive education and therapy program for children with special needs and disabilities.
Level $2,501 to $5,000
American Cancer Society, Inc.
Relay For Life of North Snohomish County 6/13-14/09
Arthritis Foundation Pacific Northwest Chapter
KAT-FISH Family Camp for Children with arthritis and related diseases.
Assistance League of Bellingham, WA
Summer Enrichment Scholarships for low-income students.
Autism Spectrum Treatment & Research Center
Provide treatment and services for families in the northwest affected by autism.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Island County
Mentoring services for high-risk teen and pre-teen girls.
Child Care Resources
To support the Homeless Child Care Program.
Clover Park School District
To support leadership training in the Native American Education Program.
Edmonds Center For The Arts
To provide artist performance fees for a Native American flutist.
Family Law CASA of King County
Provide advocacy for low-income children during contested custody cases.
Global Community Institute
To ensure affordability by providing scholarships to lower income youth.
Helping Hand House
To support the prevention and eventual eradication of family homelessness in Pierce County.
Historical Society of Seattle & King County / MOHAI
To support the K-12 education programs sharing the diverse history of Seattle.
To provide affordable housing and supportive services to families in emergency and transitional situations.
Marysville School District - Environmental Education Jones Creek
Upgrade 11 acre wetland & salmon stream habitat for restoration purposes.
Marysville Wrestling Club
To properly outfit and equip team members and to provide opportunities for competition.
Monroe Elementary PTA
To purchase pottery kiln to enrich the art program for socioeconomically challenged students.
Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building
To support the Heritage Campus Expansion Project which includes the building of a machine shop where students will develop individual wooden boat craftsmanship.
Sunshine Physically handicapped Foundation
To sponsor summer camp and 2 holiday programs for indigent children, those with physical disabilities or terminal illness and hungry adults.
The Little Red Schoolhouse
Sponsorship of auction to provide screenings and evaluations, therapy supports, family counseling and family support for development delay in children.
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops/Catholic Community Services S/W
To support the drug and alcohol-free environment for Urban Indians to look for work and housing, attend AA meetings, receive their mail, and get a hot meal.
University Street Ministry
To support the Street Talk Outreach Program (STOP) which helps the most vulnerable homeless youth directly on the streets.
Washington Public Affairs Network
To provide coverage of state government and public affairs -teach civics education, resource for teachers & students.
To provide caring, supportive, educational, and social services to youth and families. To support the recruitment and training of foster families.
YWCA of Seattle-King County-Snohomish County / School's Out Washington
To support the Feed Your Brain project which provides resources to high-need rural communities to run summer programs with a focus on literacy.
YWCA of Tacoma & Pierce County / ABATE of Washington Tacoma Chapter
Wish list from the YWCA for women and children getting a fresh start in their lives after an abusive relationship.
Level $5,001 to $7,500
Wonderland Developmental Center
To provide early intervention services for children up to 3 years, along with their families, who have developmental disabilities or delays.
Level $7,501 to $10,000
Choice & Consequesce
To provide "The Real Inside Story" to youth in schools serving Snohomish County
Clothes For Kids
To provide clothes, shoes, and school supplies for children of low-income familes.
To support and expand emergency shelter and transitional housing for homeless teens.
Imagine Childrens Theatre
Expand space to meet need of growing area-support culture and Tribal youth at Montessori School and Boys & Girls Club.
Level $10,000 plus
Lower Elwah Klallam Tribe
To continue the apprentice program with Klallam elders, shadow teachers, and to implement lessons through after-school programs.
To provide services regarding the 2008 emergency flooding.
Marysville Arts and Technology High School PTSA
To install a dimmer system for the Arts and Technology theater, which is on a shared campus with Heritage High School, Quil Ceda Elementary, and 10th St. School.
To support the professional musical theatre in Puget Sound which offers scholarships and support through its Youth Education outreach program.