2013 3rd Quarter Community Impact Funds Recipients
Level $500 to $2,500
Arlington Kids' Kloset
To provide clothing and other essential items to low income students in Arlington, Darrington and Lakewood.
Assistance League of Everett
To help with Operation School Bell, a program to assist low income children with clothing for school.
Camp Fire Snohomish County Council
To support Mega Club - after school and summer programs for four-hundred low income youth.
To support grizzly bear recovery in the North Cascades.
To help with "Tale of Ten Green" as influenced by the tribes helping with understanding of and respect for indigenous peoples and cultures.
Eastside Friends of Seniors
To empower elders to live with dignity in a healthy and safe environment in their own home with support.
Faith Outreach Mission of Tacoma
To support temporary shelter for homeless, youth programs and feeding programs.
Fred Oldfield Western Heritage Center
To support the Center's Education Program: enabling reduced enrollment fees, materials fees and scholarships for all ages.
Mount Baker Council/Boy Scouts
To acquire materials for the 2013-2014 ScoutReach campaign.
Northwest Straits Foundation
For project development, grant writing and implementation seven county Marine Resources Committee.
Providence General Foundation
To support Festival of Trees - benefits children's services, low income and cancer patients.
Puget Sound Affiliate of Susan G. Komen
To support Power of a Promise luncheon fundraiser for free mammograms screenings for low income.
Seattle Education Access
To support low income youth at local community college with advising, career counseling, tutoring and scholarships.
Seattle's Bravest Charity
To aid in funerals for fallen firefighters and police officers with instruments, uniforms and other needed items.
To provide safe places for distress children to develop healthy relationships and to help with foster care resources and support.
Senior Services of Seattle
To help with Meals on Wheels and Community Dining.
Skagit Preschool and Resource Center
To provide initial home visits, including assessment and family support for disabled children 0-6 years old.
Snohomish and Island County Fire Commission
To assist in funding educational scholarships to help small fire districts keep up with changes.
South Whidbey School Foundation
To build a garden program including interwoven math and science education, career training and help for food bank.
Swedish Medical Center Foundation
To assist with Emergency Department Ambulatory Care Center at Edmond's site.
Whidbey General Hospital Foundation
To help fund equipment for MRI guided biopsies.
WonGeneration/The Mom and Me Mobil Medical Clinic
To help purchase heating and cooling unit for the mobile clinic for low income people with no insurance.
Level $2,501 to $5,000
Amara Parenting and Adoption Services
To partner with birth, foster and adoptive parents to create and support stable and loving homes.
American Friends Service Committee
To support native arts Initiative reach out to provide community education on authentic native arts and crafts.
American Red Cross
To support times of need in our community.
Arc of Snohomish County
To support fundraiser to aid disabled and intellectually challenged people and their families.
Assistance League of Bellingham
To support the Enrichment Scholarship Program, supporting students in grades 6-11 for summer learning in arts, sciences and leadership.
To support Sacred Seeds Ethnobotanical Trail.
Blue Skies for Children
To support homeless, low income and foster children little wishes program.
Boyer Children's Clinic
To improve the quality of life for neuromuscular disorders or delays in effected children.
Burke Museum Association
To support exhibit and educational programs on the removal of the Elwha River dams and river restoration.
To help with toys and clothing for 10,000+ children within Snohomish County.
Church of the Brethren/Olympic View Community
To teach listening, advocacy, community, support and respect.
College Access Now
To assist economically disadvantaged students in our community with college admission.
Congregations for the Homeless
To provide food for the homeless.
Eastside Native American Parent Committee
To expand tutoring and train teachers in the SINCE TIME IMMEMORIAL curriculum.
Friends of North Creek Forest
To support forest maintenance and upkeep.
Gilda's Club Seattle
To serve children with cancer and their families with support, education and outreach.
HOH and Quileute Tribes
To help with Christmas gifts for children and teens who are more challenging but still love Christmas gifts.
Institute for Systems Biology
To support 2nd Annual fundraiser.
To produce and deliver locally focused news, information and social/civic debate information.
Leon Sullivan Health Care Center
To assist with medical and therapeutic support for low income people.
Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center
To provide support children and adults with disabilities.
Max Higbee Community Recreation Center
To aid youth and adults with disabilities in skill building.
Medic One Foundation
To help train new paramedics from Snohomish County - Everett, Marysville and Lake Stevens.
Monroe Arts Council
To renovate the old theatre facility and construct handicapped accessible bathrooms.
North Helpline Emergency Services and Food Bank
To prevent homelessness and hunger in North Seattle with support and resources.
Outdoors For All Foundation
To empower children and adults with disabilities to enjoy the outdoors.
Pacific Rim Institute for Environmental Stewardship
To support native prairie restoration work on Whidbey Island.
Parent Trust for Washington Children
To help create lasting change and hope for the future by promoting safe, healthy families and communities.
Quilceda Community Services
To provide exterior upgrades at Cedar House.
Safe Crossings Foundation
To provide emotional support for kids enduring loss with 1-on-1 counseling before and after loss and support bereavement groups.
Saint Martin's University
To support scholarships for Snohomish County students with financial need.
Seattle Goodwill Industries
To help youth prepare for careers in aviation manufacturing industry.
Seattle Housing and Resource Effort
To support homeless with safe and healthy temporary shelter and resources to work.
Service, Education, and Adventure
To support learning to life programs and professional development training for teachers.
To fund Chromebooks - enhancing the learning experience technology in the classroom.
Sunshine Physically Challenged Foundation
To assist disabled children who may not otherwise get the opportunity attend camp.
To address critical social issues of bullying and harassment for thousands of students in Pacific Northwest low income schools.
Trinity Presbyterian Church
To support after school tutoring, food bank, and clothing bank; including Friday soup kitchen.
UW Foundation/Experimental Education Unit
To support special education for 0-7 years old apply technology and learning for neurological disabilities.
Washington Early Learning Foundation
Conduct listening sessions on certification for Native early childhood educators.
Whatcom County Council on Aging
To help seniors stay healthy and fit.
Level $5,001 to $7,500
Muscular Dystrophy Association
To support summer camp for youth neuromuscular diseases.
Northwest Kidney Centers
To support the design and implementation of Next Step Transplant program.
Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts
To support the phase 1 of renovation of performing arts center in Marysville.
To support Mountain Workshop programs serving low income and previously homeless youth.
Volunteers of American Western Washington
To support food bank.
Washington Poison Center
To help with new computers for the call center.
Level $7,501 to $10,000
To train and prepare parents to provide peer mentoring to parents in dependency process.
Filipino Community of Seattle
To provide human, educational and other support services for needy members of Filipino Community.
Grants and Self Governance/TERO Construction Training
To fund Construction Industry Trades Program.
Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County
To eliminate substandard housing by build homes for qualified low income people.
Hibulb Cultural Center and Nature Preserve
To provide the needed resources to continue the Hibulb Cultural Center and Nature Preserve's diverse and dynamic programs.
Marysville Cooperative Preschool
To improve outdoor play area.
Sponsorship for the 11th Annual Gala to raise $130,000 for capacity building and leadership trainings.
Salmon Homecoming Alliance
To support 2013 Salmon Homecoming Alliance promote "School Days" for public and tribal schools-Pow Wow and Coastal Gathering.
To purchase iPads2 for ECEAP teaching staff and Program Managers to help better meet needs of learning for students.
The Foodbank at St. Mary's
To purchase food, diapers, baby formula, baby food, hygiene supplies for the poor and hungry of Seattle.
The Salvation Army
To support prescription assistance program for the people in our community.
To support Odyssey system to manage caseload, schedule hearings, track stats, generate the court docket.
To support youth education and community outreach scholarships.
Wing Luke Memorial Foundation, Inc.
To support Lunar New Year 2014, the Year of the Horse-Lion Dance, new exhibition, Kids Fair and School tours.
Level $10,000 plus
To expand and enhance the partnership with schools and community partners that serve Tulalip youth.
Makah Tribal Council
To purchase ten sets of firefighter gear including coats, pants, helmet, gloves and boots.
Marysville Food Bank
To purchase holiday food and food for kids backpack program.
Native American Law Center
To support tribal public defense project.
To support a 1 day Clinic at Tulalip Boy's and Girls Club and kids summer SU camp 2014.
Seattle University School of Law
To provide full-time judicial clerk services to Tulalip Tribal Court through the use of third year law students interns with supervision.
Stillaguamish Senior Center
To support class room building improvement projects including heating, repairs, carpets, electrical and new fixtures.
Tulalip Food Bank
To support food baskets during holidays and hard to maintain foods during rest of year.
To invest in youth, healthy communities and expansion.