2010 3rd Quarter Community Impact Funds Recipients

Level $500 to $2,500
Cascade Seniors (Darrington)
To enhance the quality of life for rural area seniors.
Elder and Adult Day Services
To help cover a funding gap for providing individualized care to improve health, well being, and quality of life for elders.
Evergreen Children's Association Kids Company
To help translate all essential care documents into 5 different languages for the underserved population.
Intercommunity Mercy Housing
To provide on-site service coordination to low income elderly residents.
Lifetime Secure Personal Assistance Network
To support families who have a relative with disabilities plan for a safe secure future for that relative.
Marysville Special Education PTSA
To serve families who have children with special needs.
Northaven Development
To provide care for older adults who need help with meals, medication, housekeeping and care.
Penny Creek Elementary PTA
To purchase a peace pole monument "May Peace Prevail on Earth."
Plymouth Housing group
To help eliminate homelessness and stabilize the homeless by providing opportunities.
Snohomish County Senior Center, Inc.
To provide services and programs for seniors that provide health and wellness, social services and recreation activities.
Snohomish Seniors
To provide for senior outreach which helps them be independent and active.
Stanwood Community and Senior Center
To support LEAP, a life enhancement assistance program that helps seniors to live and remain independent in their community.
Stillaguamish Center, Inc.
To provide services to all seniors that enhance their quality of life, limit isolation, and keep them at home.
Washington State Holocaust Education Resources
To help fund the Teaching Tolerance programs which teach how prejudice, bigotry, hatred, and indifference have consequences.
Level $2,501 to $5,000
AGCUSC-St. Thomas More Parish Multicultural Commission
To support the Multicultural Festival on September 25th, 2010 by funding a stage for the festival and honorarium for performers.
Allen Renaissance
To support the advanced robotics and music programs to get youth excited about learning.
Amara Parenting and Adoption Services
To assist with finding nurturing, loving, and permanent homes for children in foster care with a 60 children placement goal.
Asian & Pacific Islander Women & Family Safety Center
To help end violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking in the community by organizing communities, training, and providing technical assistance.
Camp Fire USA
To support the Mega Club Program for low income youth in the Marysville area.
Choice & Consequence
To provide "The Real Inside Story" to Snohomish County schools.
Christmas House
To purchase toys and clothing for up to 11,000 children and 3,900 families for the 2010 event.
Darrington Community Club
To replace the gym floor and aging roof to provide a safe place for community gatherings.
Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County
To ensure that victims of domestic violence have an opportunity to reach safety and rebuild their lives.
Families & Friends of Missing Persons & Violent Crime Victims
To provide 24/7 direct services to victims of all crime types.
International District Housing Aliiance
To provide for 25 homeless families in Solace Transitional Housing who are escaping violence and homelessness.
KSER Foundation
To support Expand Sound Living, a public affairs program designed to get the community engaged in important issues.
Legal Voice
To support Senior Legal Wellness services in Snohomish County that protect elders.
Charity Report
Muscular Dystrophy Association
To support the MDA's summer camp program in August by providing 40 youth scholarships.
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
To support the Walk Multiple Sclerosis Super Youth program which educates and encourages children affected by Multiple Sclerosis.
Native Horesemanship
To support the therapeutic riding program that targets low income, special needs, and at risk families.
North Helpline
To support the food bank and emergency services program due to 30% increase in demand.
North Snohomish County Group Home Association/Quilceda House
To support the remodel of the home for aging adult women with developmental disabilities.
Operation Sack Lunch
To assist with the delivery of meals to 8 agencies and to help support the outdoor meal site for the homeless.
People Helping Horses
To support the Leg Up For Kids Therapeutic Riding Program which provides opportunities for people in the Puget Sound area who are living with disabilities.
Potlatch Fund
To support the 2010 Gala with proceeds helping to inspire Native traditions of giving and expand philanthropy in Northwest Indian Country.
Providence Pariseau/Sojourner Place
To support the Take Charge project which helps homeless women become self-sufficient.
Rebound of Whatcom County
To assist children and families facing difficult life circumstances.
Rebuilding Together South Sound
To help bring volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income homeowners.
Schillios Development Foundation/Fabric of Life
To support cooperative development projects that focus on low income women and children.
Service Education and Adventure
To fund four half day Discovery Voyages for middle and high school students to help them engage in marine learning.
Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group
To support the Junior Stream Stewards; a watershed education and stewardship program for middle school youth.
Skagit Valley College/Head Start Program
To provide innovative wordless book curriculum for low income children.
Snohomish County Superior Court
To pilot a wilderness therapy program for youth in juvenile offender and at risk youth drug treatment courts.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Snohomish County
To provide new beds and bedding for children living in extreme poverty.
Stanwood Camano Food Bank Services
To help fund the repair and rejuvenation project by providing roofing, flooring, paving and equipment for assisting impoverished families in our region.
Terry Home
To provide a communication system and floor covering for the building which provides services to young survivors of traumatic brain injuries.
The Open Door Vineyard Church Fellowship
To help feed the hungry, especially the working poor.
Level $5,001 to $7,500
1910 White Swan Indian Shaker Church
To help with the lives of the unsaved, those in sorrow, grief and those with alcohol problems.
Angel Care Breast Cancer Foundation
To provide free of charge emotional care services to people in the Puget Sound area newly diagnosed with breast cancer.
College Success Foundation
To provide for Washington State Foster Youth college scholarships from Governors Cup 2010.
Community Services for the Blind and Partially Sighted
To support the Get Connected program which helps to close the digital divide for older adults and those with low vision.
Imagine Children's Museum
To assist with the expansion of the current facility in order to accommodate growth in the region.
Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc.
To support the deaf blind technology training center which helps with mobility in the work place, training, and personal growth.
Level $7,501 to $10,000
American Red Cross of Snohomish County
To support disaster relief and education for Snohomish County citizens.
Arlington Education Foundation
To replace the aging library book collection of Eagle Creek Elementary.
Chief Seattle Club
To provide a sacred space to nurture, affirm, and renew the spirit of urban native peoples.
Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building
To help build a workshop and classrooms to increase student capacity.
Snohomish county Medical Reserve Corps
To help train volunteers, support training for staff, purchase safety supplies for volunteers, conduct outreach and recruitment, and provide tools and supplies.
Level $10,001 plus
Boys & Girls Club of Snohomish County
To support the management agreement with the youth services organization.
People for Puget Sound
To help protect and restore our living waters, land, and common future in the Puget Sound and the northwest straits.
To support the ministry for youth and disabled youth to go to camp.