2010 2nd Quarter Community Impact Funds Recipients
Level $500 to $2,500
Arlington Kids' Kloset
To repair equipment and to purchase shoes, socks, underwear, clothing, hygiene products, and cleaning and laundry supplies.
Associate General Counsel / St. Francis of Assisi
To purchase 75 trade books for 18 classroom libraries in the school.
Cedarcrest Middle School
To purchase 2 sets of Active Expressions which will support the use of technology for individual accountability and assessment.
Celtic Arts Foundation
To underwrite the community events and educational programs.
Centro de la Raza
To create a book and a video documentary that recaptures major historical events.
Confederated Tribes of Chehalis Reservation
To pay for supplies needed by the Chehalis Tribe Canoe Family.
Fresh Paint Outreach Ministry
To purchase a large cargo trailer to haul equipment, food, and household items to give away at events.
General Assembly Of The Christians/Church Disciples of Christ, Inc.
To provide staffing needs for developing a program for "at-risk" children and youth.
Highland Christian Schools
To provide tuition assistance to many families experiencing tough economic times.
Kamehameha Schools Alumni Association
To provide supplies and support material to create the Hawaiian Living history Exhibit.
Monroe Public Schools Foundation
To support the students with planners in order to coordinate with their teacher on classroom assignments.
Native American Group
To provide food and supplies for the Change of Seasons Pow Wow.
Northwest Youth Music Association
To provide intensive competitive musical performance activities that develop life-long skills in youth.
Page Ahead Children's Literacy Program
To provide new books and workshops for low-income families in Snohomish County.
Pease Works International/Hanuman Theatre Collective
To complete the production of sets, masks, puppets, and regalia for show.
Readiness to Learn Whidbey Foundation
To expand the programs to support homeless students and families.
To assist with a week long camp where students learn the basics of construction and teamwork by building a tree house.
SafeFutures Youth Center
To provide a place for case management, academic enrichment, leadership development for youth, and parent/family support.
Snohomish Artist Guild
To sponsor R. Carlos Nakai, internationally known Native American Flutist and Musician.
South East Effective Development
To assist with presenting the multi-ethnic cultural arts performance series.
Taro Roots Foundation
To provide camp gifts, nutrition and fitness education, insurance, and lodging for youth.
The Country Doctor
To enable uninsured individuals to be treated for their healthcare needs.
The Shepherd's Way Animal Rescue
To replace the barbed wire fences which will provide a safer environment for the horses and children.
Vashon Allied Arts
To assist with the cost of scholarships to enroll low income kids in arts education classes.
Washington State Arts Alliance Foundation
To support Peer Coaching Leadership Circles for Snohomish County Arts leaders.
Washington State Jewish Historical Society
To support conducting a survey of over 60 Washington Jewish Organizations in order to identify historical items.
Youth Theatre Northwest
To support the Summer Stock season of plays and classes for students to attend for free.
To assist with the increasing number of homeless youth needing meals.
Level $2,501 to $5,000
American Cancer Society, Inc.
To support the Relay For Life of North Snohomish County.
Arts Council of Snohomish County
To build a 19,000 square foot visual arts education center for all citizens.
Asian Counseling and Referral Service
To assist with screening for the Problem Gambling Treatment Program.
Assistance Leaque of Everett
To support Operation School Bell which provides new school clothing for low income children.
To support clinical, housing, and employment programs for recovery, stability, and self-sufficiency for adults living with mental illness.
Cowlitz Indian Tribe
To sponsor multi-family cultural activities at Huckleberry Camp.
Everett Public Schools Foundation
To support the All Day Kindergarten tuition assistance administered through the EPSF.
Friends of the San Jauns
To support a 2-day Cumulative Impact Technical Workshop which will bring together regional experts on impacts to the San Juans and Puget Sound.
Mountlake Terrace Senior Center
To meet the cultural and supportive needs of the older adults for a healthy and strong way of life.
Seattle Children's Home
To provide mental health and developmental services for children through both inpatient and out patent services.
Seattle Goodwill Industries
To support the Summer Youth Training and Outdoors Skills Building Program and Glitter Gala.
Seattle Housing and Resources Effort
To support the Homeless Remembrance sculpture and names in sidewalks.
To support children of all ages with behavioral, social, developmental, learning or emotional problems.
Skokomish Indian Shaker Church
To help complete new dining hall utilities and construction costs.
Teens In Public Service
To support summer youth internships which provide life changing opportunities in non-profit organizations within the Puget Sound area.
The Evergreen State College Foundation
To support the Longhouse Education and Cultural Center's work promoting Salish arts and culture.
The Vera Project
To support Vera's year-round, accessible music and art programs.
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation
To foster and sustain a strong sense of identity, tradition, and wellbeing among Indian people in our region.
To support scholarships and our Youth Education Outreach program.
Level $5,001 to $7,500
Cascade Valley Hospital
To purchase a Traversing Lift System to assist staff in moving physically challenged patients.
Henderson Norwester Camp
To assist with scholarships for low income campers of various ethnic groups.
Imagine Children's Museum
To support the expansion of the current facility in order to accommodate the growth in the region.
Salish Sea Expeditions
To support 5th to 12th graders in marine and watershed research through the Sound and Source program.
Wonderland Developmental Center
To help very young children make critical developmental progress.
Level $7,501 to $10,000
To improve the Jones Creek stream restoration and to provide environmental education.
Raven Wings Association/Hoh Tribes
To assist in getting traditional food and supplies to families in need.
Sunshine Physically Challenged Foundation
To sponsor a camping experience for 10 kids with disabilities.
The Everett Symphony Association
To assist with the Prelude Strings program which helps keep music education in Tulalip Elementary and Totem Middle schools.
Level $10,001 plus
To cover the 2 year project with Native American Public Telecommunication to produce "Growing Native."
To fulfill the designated pledge commitment to the Providence Cancer Foundation.
14.3 Funding Source
To significantly expand partnerships that teach financial literacy to Tulalip youth.
University of Washington School of Law
To provide assistance to the Tribal Members defense and parent advocacy project.
To support the YMCA commitment to the community.