2010 4th Quarter Community Impact Funds Recipients
Level $500 to $2,500
Assistance League of Seattle
For the Enrichment Scholarship Program for low-income middle and high school students.
Burke Museum Association
To support the natural and cultural heritage exhibit of "Hungry Planet: What the World Eats."
Marysville Methodist Church/Kloz4Kids
To provide clothing and shoes for pre-school to high school students in the Marysville and Tulalip area.
Safe Harbor Free Clinic
To provide equipment for ear related issues in support of free quality urgent medical care and referral services.
SEA-MAR Community Health Center
To support health and human services outreach to help children read.
Toddler Learning Center Association
To provide Infant Toddler Educator, Occupational and Physical Therapist, and Speech Therapist services to families with children under the age of 3 in their homes.
Two Rivers CDC
To support economic development in order to create jobs and employment opportunities for native and tribal businesses.
Level $2,501 to $5,000
Adopt a Stream Foundation
To allow free ground technical assistance on streamside residents of Quil Ceda, Allen and their tributary creeks.
Bellevue Arts Museum
To support the Pacific Northwest Art Center exhibit of Preston Singletary totem pole.
Bellingham Childcare & Learning Center
For early childhood education and childcare services for low-income families.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Island County
For developing mentoring programs for high risk teens and pre-teen girls in Island County.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Olympic Peninsula
To provide a positive safe place for youth ages 5-18.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County
To support the early bird/sunny side up breakfast program and educational activities for children ages 6-18.
Evangelical Lutheran Church/Bethany of the Northwest
To provide supportive services and health care for elderly and disabled persons.
Everett Gospel Mission
To help extremely poor and homeless with dental care.
Gilda's Club Seattle
To support Noogieland which provides supportive programs for children affected by cancer.
Global Community Institute
To develop experiential learning programs that encourage self-awareness and critical thinking, nurture healthy relationships and community.
Haller Lake Christian Health Clinic/Puget Sound Christian Clinic
To provide low income patients with medical, dental, and mental health care in their mobile clinic.
Interim Community Development Association
To help with a new workforce housing project, expanding garden project, and advocate for low income interest.
International Church of the Foursquare Gospel/Victory
To repair the delivery truck, purchase items not donated, and to help children with Learn and Play program.
Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center
To provide therapy for children and adults with disabilities.
Low Income Housing Institute
To help homeless people move towards stable housing and self-sufficiency.
Marysville Music Booster
To purchase a new string bass for the Marysville-Pilchuck High School band program.
Nick of Time Foundation
To support cardiac screenings and to teach AED use by providing no-charge screenings and educational programs to youth through schools.
Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Foundation
To remove derelict fishing gear in Puget Sound.
Northwest Youth Services
To provide homeless youth housing programs for runaway and homeless youth.
To provide cultural awareness and skill building to 100 Native American foster care children through drum making, regalia and dance.
Open Door Theatre
To educate Marysville School children about abuse and violence through dramatic theatre performances.
Our Sisters House
To support the domestic violence program for teens 12 to 17 in order to help them cope with anger.
Pacific Marine Research
To provide marine education instruction to 6,000 youth from 8 years old to adult.
Pennies for Puppies & Ponies
To provide patrol and search and rescue K-9 units and teams to all of Snohomish County.
Reflection Park at Fort Lewis
To honor the sacrifices of our men and women in uniform from Washington State by rebuilding Reflection Park.
Safe Crossing Foundation
To provide support programs to children with end of life issues through counseling, groups, seminars and other programs.
To build a new low-income project for safe, permanent, and affordable housing for the mentally ill. .
United Way of King County
To support the expansion of a parent child home program for early literacy for low-income families.
YMCA King County/School's Out Washington
To support the Feed Your Brain program which provides nutritious meals that help increase the number of youth participating in academic and enrichment activities.
YMCA of Greater Seattle
To support the Art Affect which helps empower youth to create social change through education, artistic expression, and community engagement.
Level $5,001 to $7,500
To bring the joy of discovery to children with a new Global Puppet Stage.
Crista Ministries/Seattle Urban Academy
To provide a positive alternative educational school for high school youth at risk of not graduating.
Imagine Children's Museum
To help with the expansion of the current facility to accommodate the growth in the region.
Institute of Community Leadership
To purchase an ocean-going canoe for the O'Dell Education Center to help educate middle and high school students about sovereignty.
North Lakewood Instrumental Music Boosters Organization
To purchase 17 Piano keyboards, equipment, and a sousaphone with case.
Northwest Indian College Cooperative Extension
To plant orchards on tribal lands that will grow healthy foods, build community volunteerism, and engage youth in gardening.
Level $7,501 to $10,000
To support two emergency teen shelters so homeless teens have resources to help them become stable.
Red Eagle Soaring
To support the provision of traditional and contemporary performing arts to Native American and Alaskan youth.
Sky Valley Food Bank
To provide services to 56,000 struggling persons annually in the Monroe/East Snohomish Valley area.
Level $10,001 plus
AGCUSC/St. Mary Magdalen Catholic School
To install a WeatherBug Achieve weather station at school as a teaching tool and resource for the community.
Quileute Tribal School
To support a regalia making class taught by an elder at the Native Arts Center.
Seattle Indian Health Center
Serving community needs.
Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society
To preserve records by providing computers, printers, and equipment to promote interest in genealogy.
Tulalip Elementary PTSA
To Enrich the experience of the students through culture and arts.