2015 3rd Quarter Community Impact Funds Recipients
Level $500 to $2,500
Acres of Diamonds
To support programs that help women and children.
Cancer for College
To help provide college scholarships to cancer survivors in Pacific Northwest schools.
To support the recovery of grizzly bears in Washington's North Cascades
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East County Senior Center
To support the Mobility Lifeline transportation program, a program that helps seniors get to medical appointments, shopping, etc.
Emergency Feeding Program
To help people with immediate food assistance.
To help with equine rescue activities.
Everett Rowing Association
To help replace infrastructure.
Evergreen State College
To help enhance student success and understanding of tribal history and culture by developing culturally relevant curriculum.
To help provide low-income and homeless families and individuals with nutritious food, family support and advocacy.
To help purchase and rehabilitate a house that will be used as an affordable rental house for veterans.
Housing Development Consortium of Seattle-King County
To help manage the coordination of a network of stakeholders to meet the needs of limited-income people.
Institute For Systems Biology
To support the 4th Annual Valerie Logan luncheon, supporting life science research, K-12 science education and educator professional development.
Jack Straw Foundation
To support hands-on art, cultural, and educational activities for the blind and visually impaired.
To help provide no cost art and music classes to children and youth in Snohomish County.
Mom and Me Mobile Medical Clinic
To help purchase medical supplies, pay for maintenance on mobile clinic, and insurance costs.
Operation: Sack Lunch
To help provide nutritionally dense meals to the hungry using local resources (serves 500,000).
Picnic Point Preservation Committee
To help purchase 22 acres of old conifer forest above the Picnic Point Creek for the creation of a park.
Point Defiance Zoological Society
To support a Eye-to-Eye Shark Dive for "Wounded Warriors", an experience that transcends disability.
Real Escape from the Sex Trade
To support pathways to freedom, safety, and hope for victims of sex trafficking and people involved in the sex trade.
Rotary First Harvest
To support fundraiser to benefit the core work of bringing large scale food donations to Washington's food banks.
To support the Civic Boot Camp, a program designed to strengthen the civic health of our region by connecting with and engaging.
Senior Services of Seattle
To help older adults who are at risk for hunger, malnutrition, declining health, isolation, and depression.
Shared Housing Services
To support the Home Share Program which links homeowners with home seekers.
Skagit Valley College/Head Start
To support a classroom nutritionist who can help low-income and disabled children.
St. Francis House
To support the operations of the clothing bank.
To support the Bringing Learning to Life programs; nature based learning experiences that help students to become engaged in the learning process.
The 5th Avenue Theatre
To support a high impact traveling education program that serves kindergarten through 9th grade students in Washington.
The Arc of King County
To support an all-encompassing program which assists families from underserved communities.
Washington Center for the Performing Arts
To support the reduced price and free ticket program, a program for students, youth, and social service organizations who cannot afford to attend live theatre and music.
To enable older residents of Central Seattle to participate in intergenerational community events.
Level $2,501 to $5,000
9th and 10th Horse Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers Museum
To help with building repairs and educational program development.
To support the Environmental Education Program with interactive native plants and northwest tribes focus.
To support arts education programs for youth.
To support the Language Learners program and Financial Literacy program for native communities.
Bayview Manor Homes
To support a Natural Outdoor Classroom play area for the intergenerational children's center.
Brain Injury Association
To support services activities and outings for brain injury survivors, caregivers, and family members.
To support the 24 hour telephone lifeline.
College Access Now
To support the expansion of programs to serve 1,600 low income high school and college students.
Community Day School Association
To help provide early education, before and after school enrichment, and full-day summer learning camps to underserved, low-income, and at-risk children.
To support a housing program serving over 500 individuals in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, and Whatcom counties.
CRISTA Ministries/Seattle Urban Academy
To support college/career exploration and readiness for high school youth at risk.
Dynamic Urban Opportunities
To help strengthen programs that serve low-income students.
Edmonds Center for the Arts
To help underwrite artist fees for performance and outreach.
To support early learning programs that target literacy and kindergarten readiness.
Everett Lacrosse Club
To support placing automated external defibrillators at each of the fields.
Family Law CASA of King County
To help train and support volunteer advocates for children in high-risk custody cases.
Free Range Health
To help subsidize low-cost community acupuncture at the Stillaguamish Senior Center.
Full Life Care
To support the Adult Day health program in Everett.
Gage Academy of Art
To help expand TAS to Seattle's Wing Luke Museum, serving youth in the International District and The Sanctuary for homeless teens.
Habitat for Humanity of Snohomish County
To help with the construction of two three-bedroom homes for qualified low income families, enabling them to break the cycle of poverty.
Heartbeat Serving Wounded Warriors
To support the Emergency Assistance program, a program for wounded warriors and their families.
To support Children's Developmental Services program which provides early intervention, parent education, and early learning for children birth to three.
InterIm Community Development Association
To help build on sustaining a high quality of life for the low-income populations through housing and sustainable community programs.
Marysville Community Lunch
To help hire a part time director to facilitate the growth of the Marysville Community Lunch program.
Marysville Pilchuck High School PTSA
To support senior events by allowing more seniors to participate in the events.
Monroe Public Schools Foundation
To support the Frank Wagner Elementary School Dual Language (Spanish-English) Program.
Native Arts and Cultures Foundation
To support Woven: The Art of Contemporary Native Basketry: a worlds class exhibition of Native art plus a symposium.
To help make environmental stewardship and sailing programs accessible to low-income students.
Office of Native Education/Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
To support continued development, implementation and training on "Since Time Immemorial: Tribal Sovereignty" curriculum.
Pacific Education Institute
To help more children, teachers, schools and districts in Snohomish County.
Pacific Rim Institute for Environmental Stewardship
To support native prairie restoration.
To help injured wildlife.
Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
To help protect and preserve the waters of Puget Sound.
Salish Sea Expeditions
To help students develop critical thinking and creativity through scientific research on Puget Sound.
Seattle Goodwill Industries
To support a fundraiser to benefit youth programs.
Seattle Neighborhood Group
To support IMPACT! Safe Schools, an all day high school student safety conference.
Senior Services of Island County
To support Meals on Wheels, a program providing meals for seniors 7 days a week.
Senior Services of Snohomish County
To support programs offered in support of older adults, people living with disabilities, and those that care for them.
Service, Education, and Adventure
To support the Bringing Learning to Life programs.
Snohomish County Fire District 19
To help acquire automatic external defibrillators for vehicles and stations.
Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue
To support outfitting a second, smaller, and more agile command vehicle to allow for faster mission response and mission support.
Sound Salmon Solutions
To support hands-on education about water quality issues and salmon habitat restoration, targeting 4th to 8th graders.
St. Vincent de Paul
To support those who need help with utility payments.
Tape Ministries NW (AUDIOBOOK MINISTRIES)
To help purchase a new computer server system to improve both the functionality and capacity of the organization.
To support touring shows that engage, empower, and entertain students throughout the Pacific Northwest.
To sponsor the 13 episode first season of Tribal stewardship.
Toddler Learning Center
To improve the quality of life for children with developmental delays.
To support Youth Education programs, these programs teach creativity and responsibility.
Warm Beach Senior Center
To support nursing home services for elders
Washington Stampeders/Seattle Stallions
To support a sports program designed to promote, mentor underprivileged teens and young adults through organized football.
Washington State Smile Partners
To support Smile Partners with a presence in low income in Snohomish County.
Washington Water Trails Association
To help protect and expand public access to marine shorelines, lakesides and inland river banks in Washington State.
West Sound Wildlife Shelter
To help provide services to injured, orphaned, and sick wild animals.
Level $5,001 to $7,500
Faith Outreach Mission
To help bring the life of Our Lord and Savior Jesus to the communities through a feeding program, housing, emergency shelter, and a back to school program.
To support the #Mpstrong, a walk of strength.
Sherwood Community Service
To help offer inclusive services for children and adults with disabilities throughout Snohomish County.
Stillaguamish Senior Center
To help provide services to all seniors.
Level $7,501 to $10,000
To support Emergency Sanctuary, a safe oasis for children who are removed from their homes by CPS or law enforcement.
Boys and Girls Club Marysville
To support programs for kids.
Chief Seattle Club
To support homeless Native Americans in Seattle.
Skagit Recover Center
To help support culturally relevant substance use and disorder treatment programs for Native Americans.
The Moyer Foundation
To support the Camp Mariposa program, a program serving children affected by a family member's substance addiction in the Seattle and Everett area.
Urban Native Education Alliance
To support Native Warriors Athletics Programs.
Level $10,000 plus
To help create a care model grounded in tradition, utilizing organically grown foods, activities, and elder mentorship.
Everett Recovery Café
To support a full-time senior floor manager to help with homelessness, addiction, and mental health challenges.
Forterra NW/Cascade Land C.
To help craft a management plan for Lower Wallace River Property.
Marysville Community Food Bank
To support food programs for at-risk middle and high school students.
Native American Law Center-UW
To support Tribal public defense project in Tulalip Tribal Courts.
Native Youth Leadership Alliance
To support the expansion of the leadership program.
Providence General Foundation
To support the 2015 Festival of Trees.
Seattle University Athletics
To support tribal youth sports participation.
Seattle University School of Law
To support full-time judicial clerk services at the Tulalip Tribal Court.
TERO Vocational Education Training Center
To support unemployed or under-employed Native Americans with supplies and support services.
Tulalip Church of God
To support the food bank.
Tulalip Senior Program
To support senior programs.
Washington State Association of CASA
To support start-up costs of a tribal relations advocate.
To invest in youth, healthy communities, and expansion.