2013 4th Quarter Community Impact Funds Recipients

Level $500 to $2,500
All Aboard of America 1
To enhance the learning and working environment.
Arlington Straight A Boosters/Arlington High School Booster Club
To support scholarships for needy students to attend graduation event for class of 2014.
Assistance League of Seattle
To enrich a scholarship program that provides low-income Seattle high and middle school students with summer programs.
Charity Report
Catherine Place
To support individual and advocacy women's programs.
Crisis Pregnancy Center of Skagit County
To support purchasing infant cribs, mattresses and strollers to restock the boutique.
Elizabeth Gregory Home
To support health and wellness programs that give low-income, homeless and at-risk women a place to take care of essential needs.
Everett Community College Foundation
To support the 2014 Summer Theatre in the Park.
Greater Everett Community Foundation
Provide capacity building support to local nonprofit organizations—to be more effective and sustainable through workshops, meetings and consulting.
Justice Family Center Foundation/Greater Tacoma Community Foundation
To assist with emergency services for domestic violence clients. Services include emergency housing, food, transport, lock changes and relocation.
Mary's Place Seattle
To support the emergency family shelter and day center for homeless women and children.
Charity Report
Washington State Patrol Memorial Foundation
To assist with funding for memorial dinners which support the families of fallen officers who have died in the line of duty.
Level $2,501 to $5,000
API Chaya
To support direct services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.
Consejo Counseling & Referral Service
To sponsor the 2014 Adelante Gala which provides culturally competent behavioral health, substance abuse and domestic violence support.
Edmonds Community College Foundation
To support Boots to Books & Beyond veterans support program.
Friends of the Earth
To catalogue, prevent and mitigate the risks from an increase in ocean-going vessels moving fossil fuels into Washington waters.
To support work in Snohomish and Skagit Counties which protects farms, forests and shorelines. To help develop and implement smart growth strategies.
Housing Hope
To support case management and supportive services for low income and homeless families in north Snohomish county leading to self-sufficiency.
Independent Colleges of Washington
To support intelligence and character, the 2014 Ethics Bowl explores ethical issues of science and technology in the workplace.
Lake Stevens Senior Center
To support lunch program, maintenance and insurance for passenger vans and utilities.
Low Income Housing Institute
To help with support services for formerly homeless individuals.
Lummi Nation Service Organization-Youth
To support home-based education program.
Market Childcare Center/Pike Market Child Care
To support the family services coordinator position from half- to full-time.
Mount Baker Theatre
To offer 3,000 low income children an opportunity to see a performance of a play and participate in a creative dramatics workshop.
Museum of Glass
To support the school visit program—serves 6,000 students who do not have the means to visit the museum where they participate free of charge.
Neighborhood House
To deliver holistic, wraparound employment, housing stability, financial empowerment and family support to low income and immigrant/refugee families.
Charity Report
Northwest Youth Services
To assist with housing, case management, food and life skills development for runaway and homeless minors ages 13–17.
NW Furniture Bank
To support the furniture recycling program by providing beds, dressers, tables, and chairs to low-income families transitioning into their first home.
Charity Report
Pacific Science Center Foundation
To inspire lifelong interest in science, math, and technology by engaging diverse communities through interactive and innovative exhibits.
Charity Report
Peace Out
To allow at-risk student to participate in programs, provide meals, pay for supplies, registration fees and awards for participation.
Pediatric Interim Care Center
To fund the uncompensated cost of 24-hour medical monitoring and nursing care for Native American infants.
Charity Report
Pilchuck Audubon Society
To support the Smart Growth program to conserve and restore natural ecosystems with a focus on birds and other wildlife.
Rebuilding Together South Sound
To provide free emergency repairs for low income elderly, disabled and families with children.
Rescue Mission
To provide safe, secure shelter and nutritious meals for homeless women and children.
SafeFutures Youth Center
To support programs including academic, case management, parent support, youth leadership and summer employment.
Charity Report
Seattle Area Youth for Christ
To support middle school after school programs.
Serenity Equine Rescue & Rehabilitation
To help support rescue work.
Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group
To support the Junior Stream Stewards—a watershed education program for 550 middle school students in Skagit County.
Skagit River Salmon Festival
To support the 2014 Skagit River Salmon Festival—to help inspire conservation, educate, appreciate and share how important this resource is to our communities.
South Sound Parent to Parent
To support a Wrightslaw workshop for families—caring for people with disabilities living in Thurston County.
Charity Report
St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle/King County
To support the Eviction Prevention Program.
Charity Report
Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Association
To help digitize the newspaper collection of the Arlington Times to make available for researchers looking for historical information.
Teen Feed
To help with basic needs; build strong relationships with youth to help get them off the streets.
Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
To help end the cycle of violence—Refuse to Abuse 5K at Safeco Field.
Washington State Historical Society
To support the In the Spirit market/festival which celebrates and draws community connections with Northwest Native artists.
World Association for Children & Parents
To support US Kids adoption program.
WSU Extension Island County 4-H
To expand youth participation in all activities for calendar year 2014.
Level $5,001 to $7,500
Cocoon House
To support shelter programs for teens, including two emergency shelters (Everett and Monroe)—a transitional housing facility and maternity group home.
Edge Foundation
To help increase high school graduation rates among underserved youth identified as at-risk for dropping out of school.
Edmonds School District Indian Education
To support youth development/leadership conferences.
Hand in Hand
To help provide food, clothing, medical and shelter in a safe, loving environment for children removed from their caregivers by law and child protective services.
Mountlake Terrace Seniors Group
To support expanded nutrition program, wellness clinics, rent, utilities and facility maintenance.
North Counties' Family Service
To provide early childhood education to 3- and 4-year-olds afterschool programs and off-campus learning for middle and high school students.
North Lakewood Instrumental Music Boosters Organization
To support the purchase and repair of percussion instruments, brass instruments, band hats, piano tuning and replace broken equipment for keyboarding class.
Parkview Services
To support the development of educational material, curriculum, staffing of foreclosure prevention workshops and first-time homebuyer education.
Charity Report
Reach Out and Read, Inc.
To support literacy programs at Tulalip Health Clinic and Washington state medical clinics which serve low income families.
Sanctuary Art Center
To support Art for Change auction assisting homeless youth and young adults.
School's Out Washington
To support the Feed Your Brain, a project to increase the number of children and youth participating in literacy programs and meals in high poverty rural communities.
Seattle Children's Theatre Association
To help provide subsidized tickets to school children so that they can see and experience live theater.
Charity Report
Skagit Rape Relief & Battered Women's Services
To assist with domestic violence, sexual assault—provides education, prevention and outreach.
Summit Exemplary School
To support Dyslexic All Day, a project to change the way we think about and practice education for dyslexic learners.
Level $7,501 to $10,000
Ethnic Heritage Council of the Pacific Northwest
To help preserve and document ethnic heritage and advance cross cultural understanding through festivals, workshops and conferences.
Evergreen State College Foundation
To support "Teaching and Writing Native Cases" two-day institute in 2014.
Make a Wish
To help grant wishes of local children with life-threatening medical conditions.
National Asian Pacific Center on Aging
To promote the national toll-free multilingual helpline.
NWIC (Cooperative Extension)
To support cedar box traditional foods teaching kits.
Pushing Boundaries
To support intensive exercise-based recovery therapy of people paralyzed due to illness or injury.
Charity Report
Snohomish County Food Bank
To provide groceries to families in need.
Level $10,000 plus
Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County
To support programs, golf tournament, auction and Tulalip Club.
Grants & Self Governance/TERO Construction Training
To fund construction industry trades program.
Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve
To provide the needed resources to continue the HCC's diverse and dynamic programs including signage, library resources, collection management, exhibitions, curriculum and conferences.
Marysville School District
To support and improve the educational environment for tribal children.
Native American Law Center
To support tribal public defense project.
Providence Hospice & Homecare
Grief, medical need, life threatening illness or recovery.
Seattle University School of Law
To provide fulltime judicial clerk services to Tulalip Tribal Court through the use of third year law students interns with supervision.
Terry Home
Start-up costs associated with second home for long-term care for traumatic brain injury patients ages 18–45.
To invest in youth, healthy communities and expansion.