2012 3rd Quarter Community Impact Funds Recipients
Level $500 to $2,500
Hoquiam Youth Football
To purchase new gear and equipment and for other expenses such as insurance, referees and rental fees for youth ages 5 - 12.
Provide housing, care and practical and emotional support services to individuals with HIV/AIDS.
For the Community Dining program which provides hot lunches to older adults throughout King County.
Service Education Adventure
Bringing Learning to Life programs including Real-World Learning and Transforming Systems to students.
Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group
Junior Stream Stewards is a watershed education and stewardship program for 550 middle school students in 5 districts.
Snohomish Community Food Bank
School supplies in the Backpack Program grades K thru 8; and, Tree of Giving for gifts for children 18 and younger.
Snohomish County Master Gardeners Foundation
To support the Washington State Master Gardener Advanced Education Conference in 2013.
Trinity Presbyterian Church
Outreach programs for after-school tutoring and mentoring programs, clothing bank and Friday soup kitchen.
University of Washington Foundation
For the Experimental Education Unit to support children with developmental delays and the Human Trafficking Conference in January 2013.
Level $2,501 to $5,000
Art with Heart
Support an after-school club curriculum aimed at increasing marginalized elementary school social and emotional learning and resiliency skills with creative expression.
Assistance League of Everett
Operation School Bell provides new school clothing for low-income children grades K thru 12.
Bayview Manor Retirement Community
To purchase a Nursery Gym for gross motor skills development for babies and toddlers.
Brain Injury Association of Washington
To purchase A Not So Still Life: The Ginny Ruffner Story movie to be distributed in Snohomish, King and Pierce Counties for those lives affected by brain injury.
To support an exhibit and education program on women's craft cooperatives including profiling cultural and environmental preservation activities in Africa, Asia and Americas.
Support Women Without Borders group develop new emerging leaders among domestic workers for the Casing Across Generations Campaign.
Cascade Sierra Solutions
To help obtain fewer trucking emissions and cleaner air to Puget Sound region and the Pacific Northwest.
Center for New Creation/Recovery Cafe
To sustain women and men traumatized by homelessness, addiction and mental health challenges with housing, health and employment.
Faith in Action/Eastside Friends of Seniors
To support frail seniors free of charge with specific services to remain independent including medical appointments, shopping, chore services and home repair.
To support families with a relative with disabilities to plan a safe secure, quality future for that relative.
Granting wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy in Snohomish County.
Max Higbee Center
To improve the lives, health and level of independence of youth and adults living with disabilities.
To provide healthcare to impoverished Vietnamese minority groups including equipment used to treat children, education and training.
Mom And Me Mobile Medical Clinic
To purchase a mobile medical unit that will provide education and basic health care services at no cost.
Muscular Dystrophy Association
To support the MDA summer camp helping children with neuromuscular disorders go to camp from ages 6 to 17.
To replace the bus that transports older adults dependent on Medicaid/COPES and other very low-income seniors.
To serve day-to-day needs of children, youth, young adults with severe developmental and physical disabilities.
Olympic Ballet Theatre
For the 2012-2013 performance season which includes The Nutcracker; and Giselle including attracting new audiences and reaching communities where the arts are not as readily accessible.
Quilceda Community Services
To serve developmentally disabled youth and adults in Marysville and assist with living quarters, specialized recreation/social day activities and more.
Senior Services of Island County
To support meal delivery for homebound seniors and adults with disabilities through the Meals on Wheels program.
Summit Assistance Dogs
To support training of the dogs that change lives by providing highly trained mobility, hearing and therapy assistance for people living with disabilities.
Taproot Theatre Company
The educational road company serving 95,000 students with bullying prevention message communicating creatively free or with discounts to economically challenged schools.
Two Rivers CDC
Develop and deliver business training classes on the Tulalip Reservation in conjunction with the TERO office.
Supporting the Health Habits Project for improved nutrition, health education and on-site medical assistance for disadvantaged populations.
Washington State Historical Society
To support In the Spirit: Contemporary Northwest Native Arts Exhibit which opens June 20, 2013 building community connections to Native artist, culture and art works.
Wild Fish Conservancy
To assist with film shoot of educational/inspirational video on watershed use, ecosystem service and more.
Level $5,001 to $7,500
Support services through free monthly cultural exchanges, Helping Hands and BRIDGES educational and art resources.
Ethnic Heritage Council of the Pacific Northwest
To preserve and document ethnic heritage through annual festivals, workshops, conferences and publications.
Greater Everett Community Foundation
Capacity building work with non-profit organizations in Snohomish County to build effective and efficient ideas through workshops in area.
For the 2013 Intiman Theatre Festival of 4 plays The Story of Stu, Trouble in Mind, Waiting for Godot and Lysistrata with 20,000 expected to attend.
Support "Sound Living" locally produced program on public radio in Snohomish County that deals with concerns and interests of residents here.
Monroe Historical Society
To promote the understanding of Native American experiences in the Monroe area through oral history.
Native Arts & Cultures Foundation
Support cultural liaison coordinator to initiate, engage and provide interface between native and non-native artists.
Northwest Intertribal Court System
For tribal courts to administer justice fairly, decisions previously made must be accessible through special edition law book and internet.
Northwest Sustainable Energy for Economic Development
Provide clean energy programs, including grant writing and technical assistance in rural communities in state including going solar benefits and work with tribes to control energy bills.
Multi-year request for capital for Second State and Youth Education in Everett, Marysville School District live theatre and Native American performances to thousands in region.
Level $7,501 to $10,000
To support the Foster-Adoption team to assist the professional social workers to educate, assess, prepare and support foster-adoptive families for safe lifelong homes for children.
American Cancer Society
To support the Camp Goodtimes West 2013 free local summer camp for pediatric cancer patients, survivors and siblings.
American Red Cross
To support the disaster relief provided to Snohomish County residents including food, shelter, clothing, prescriptions, mental health counseling and more.
Imagine Children's Museum
Expansion due to growing population in community as recurring gift.
Interfaith Association of Northwest Washington
To support the Children's Advocate for children at the shelter, collaborating with community agencies, advocating with the schools and support staff.
Marysville Coop Preschool
To install a permanent outdoor play structure, refurbish the play surface and replace aging and broken outdoor equip.
Office of Native Education/Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
Continued development, implementation and training on the "Since Time Immemorial: Tribal Sovereignty in Washington State" online curriculum project.
Pilchuck Audubon Society
Smart Growth Program for 2012 to ensure our county and cities comply with the Growth Management Act.
Sponsorship of Tenth Annual Gala at the Tulalip Resort Casino November 3, 2012 and also capacity building, leadership and grantmaking trainings.
Providence General Foundation
Support the Festival of Trees benefiting Providence Children's Services including the most vulnerable in society.
Readiness to Learn Foundation
To continue to support of homeless students and their families in the Stanwood-Camano School District by addressing the needs of the whole child.
Saint Martin's University
To provide scholarships for Snohomish County students with financial need to empower students to pursue a lifetime of learning and accomplishment in all areas of human endeavor.
To provide safe places for distressed children to develop healthy relationships, build on their own strength and experience success.
Skagit Land Trust
Protection of key natural resources and wild lands in the Skagit and Upper Stillaguamish watersheds.
Sunshine Physically Challenged Foundation
To sponsor the needs of physically and mentally challenged children and youth with free camps encompassing activities enhancing sensory, motor, social and problem solving skills.
Whidbey General Hospital Foundation
Purchase an electronic fetal surveillance and archiving system to support the newborn babies.
Level $10,000 plus
To help with the purchase of toys and clothing for an estimated 11,000 children from 3,500 low income families.
Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve
Multi-quarter to provide the needed resources to continue the HCC's diverse and dynamic programs including signage, library resources, collection management, exhibitions, curriculum and conferences.
To expand and enhance the Junior Achievement partnership with schools and community partners that serve about 1,600 Tulalip Youth while utilizing the experiential learning programs.
Marysville Food Bank
Food bank and "Food for Thought" program for school children during the school year on weekends.
Marysville School District
Multi-quarter gift supporting educational programs at the Quil Ceda-Tulalip Elementary School and Totem Middle School.
Tribal membership/invest in youth/healthy communities/expansion – multi-year commitment.
Schillios Development Foundation/Holly House
To help provide gifts and necessities to 2,000 low income children and assistance to provide director for coordination of fund raising, grant writing, work parties and more.
Tulalip Boys & Girls Club
Multi-year request of $10,000 per year for Marysville club to support youth in Marysville and Tulalip.
Tulalip Food Bank
For the Food Bank and building storage, roof and main church roof replacement needed.
Tulalip Tribal Court
To provide judicial clerk services using 3rd year law school student interns doing legal research, writing and legal analysis.