Recipients

Recipients

2015 4th Quarter Community Impact Funds Recipients

Recipient
Purpose
Level $500 to $2,500
Bellingham Childcare & Learning Center
To help provide early learning services to high-risk children-in foster care.
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Island County
To support mentoring high-risk teen and preteen girls living in Island county.
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Charity Report
Bikers Against Statewide Hunger
To help purchase bulk food and fuel.
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Center for Women & Democracy
To support the 2016 Leadership Institute with intensive leadership training.
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Conviction Careers
To help provide job services for people with convictions.
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Courage360
To help with the cost of low-income clients participating in the job training program: REACH Plus.
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Charity Report
Domestic Violence Service of Snohomish County
To help provide a safe emergency shelter, supportive housing, and full support services to victims of domestic violence.
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Greater Seattle Bureau of Fearless Ideas
To help create a community of young writers and writing programs to improve school achievement.
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KUOW - Puget Sound Public Radio
To help in the expansion of the leading edge youth program: Radio Active.
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Charity Report
Millionair Club Charity
To help support and expand the employment program.
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Charity Report
Mountlake Terrace Seniors Group
To support technology, communication upgrades, expanded wellness clinics, and outreach.
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Multi-Communities
To help provide educational awareness on domestic violence.
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Charity Report
NAMI Snohomish County
To support the Children's Mental Wellness Fair on May 7th, 2016.
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Navos
To help support youth with serious psychiatric, emotional, and behavior challenges.
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Northwest Avalanche Center
To assist in supporting the avalanche forecasting program.
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Charity Report
Page Ahead Children's Literacy Program
To help provide Families Read workshops and Story Times in Snohomish County.
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Rebuilding Together South Sound
To help provide free emergency repairs and home modification to low-income homeowners.
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Charity Report
Take the Next Step
To support the Kidz club program which offers after school tutoring and mentoring for elementary age students.
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Charity Report
Washington FIRST Robotics
To help support the FIRST LEGO League after school program in Snohomish County.
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Recipient
Purpose
Level $2,501 to $5,000
Alzheimer's Disease & Related Disorders Association Inc.
To help provide support services and programs for caregivers and people with Alzheimer's and related dementias disorders.
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Arlington Education Foundation
To help purchase books for the Dolly Parton's Imagination Library, the mail a book program for children 0-5 years.
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Assistance League of Bellingham
To help fund academic summer scholarships for middle and high school students.
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Charity Report
Bellingham Theatre Guild
To assist with capital improvements to the elevator providing accessibility to all.
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Charity Report
Book-it Reparatory Theatre
To help fund the hiring of a Resident Teaching Artist.
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Bridges to Life
To help provide office equipment, communications, and supplies for victims of crime.
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Charity Report
Camp Korey
To help empower children and families with serious medical conditions by bringing Lushootseed stories.
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Common Good Thrift
To help establish a self-sustaining social business that provides funding support and a common outreach platform for charity partners.
Community Homes
To help create quality, community based housing and services for those with developmental disabilities.
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Charity Report
Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association
To assist with activating growth in the Delridge corridor.
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Disability Advocates for Cystic Fibrosis
To help alleviate the financial burden and medical complications for Veterans and those with Cystic Fibrosis.
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Edmonds School District No. 15
To help support parent and student leadership opportunities.
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Everett Community College Foundation
To help support the conference, "Educating the Whole Child".
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Charity Report
Faith in Action/Eastside Friends of Seniors
To help provide vital support to elders facing the challenges of aging while living independently.
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Charity Report
FareStart
To help provide on the job culinary training, case management, wrap around support services and job placement.
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Charity Report
General Assembly of the Church of God / Hillside Church
To help fund capital improvements and stipends for managers.
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God's Portion
To provide Food Bank fuel and repairs to trucks and equipment.
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Hand in Hand
To help support a Safe Place program for children 0-12 in Snohomish County.
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Charity Report
Harmony Hill of Union
To help provide a tribal retreat with healing activities for those affected by a cancer diagnosis.
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Hearing, Speech & Deafness Center
To help provide services for the deaf and hard of hearing along with the Parent-Infant Program.
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Imagine Children's Museum
To help fund the Free Access Night program..
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Charity Report
Literacy Council of Seattle
To help provide free literacy instruction low and non literate adults.
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Low Income Housing Institute
To help provide supportive services to homeless, formerly homeless, and low-income families.
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Metro Parks Foundation/GreaterMPF
To support the empowerment of individuals with developmental/intellectual disabilities.
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Moisture Festival
To support high quality show programming while not increasing the ticket prices.
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Mount Baker Theatre
To fund the presentation of 2 performances of "The BFG" to 3,000 school children.
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Charity Report
Museum of Glass
To help serve over 7,000 students per year and provide financial assistance as needed.
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New Horizons Ministries
To help provide transitioning young people with housing minimizing vulnerability to the streets.
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Northaven Development
To help provide Fire Alarm System Detection Devices.
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Northwest SEED
To help develop projects which are breaking down barriers in clean energy for underserved communities.
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Northwest Youth Services
To help support homeless and runaway minors.
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Our Savior's Childcare Center & Preschool
To assist with the construction of a playground bicycle path, a variety of tricycles and preschool sized bikes for development.
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Charity Report
Pacific Found/Open Arms Perinatal Services
To support women and their families from pregnancy through birth and into early parenting.
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Parkview Services
To help provide default and foreclosure Intervention housing counseling for Snohomish County residents.
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Charity Report
Peace Community Center
To help support 6th grade through college students with educational tools.
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Charity Report
Pike Market Child Care and Preschool
To assist with providing affordable child care and preschool to all families.
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PROVAIL
To help provide youth with a Therapy and Assistive Technology Clinic.
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Charity Report
Pushing Boundaries
To help provide an intensive exercise based recovery therapy program.
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Charity Report
Reach Out and Read, Inc.
To help provide a literacy program to Washington state medical clinics.
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Ronald McDonald House
To help provide parents with a safe space for a Parent Coffee Hour program.
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SafeFutures Youth Center
To assist in providing youth at risk a culturally responsive, community based support.
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School's out Washington
To help support the Feed Your Brain school.
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Charity Report
Sean Humphrey House
To assist very low income adults living with HIV/AIDs.
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Charity Report
Seattle Children's Chorus
To help provide more scholarship opportunities for Snohomish County families.
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Charity Report
Seattle Education Access
To help support low-income youth with finishing high school or obtaining their GED, enter college and graduate.
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Charity Report
Seattle Humane
To help provide community services for low income people and their pets.
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Charity Report
Seattle Milk Fund
To assist in providing child care grants and a family support program for basic family support.
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Seattle Shakespeare Festival
To support a touring program that takes "Romeo and Juliet" and "The Tempest" to communities and schools in Washington state.
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Skagit Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services
To help provide two art therapy instructors.
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Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group
To help provide a Jr. Stream Stewards education program for 550 middle school students.
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Snohomish County Medical Reserves Corps
To provide evening and weekend trainings along with supplies.
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Solid Ground Washington
To assist in providing a financial skills education program to help end poverty.
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Charity Report
South Whidbey Homeless Coalition
To support the House of Hope, a transitional shelter for the homeless.
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Stanwood Community & Senior Center
To assist in hiring a contractual wellness nurse.
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Charity Report
Steel Magic Northwest
To purchase instruments, cases, and stands.
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Charity Report
Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society
To assist with relocation.
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Tacoma/Pierce County Habitat for Humanity
To support low and very low income families with homeownership programs.
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Charity Report
The DEA Educational Foundation
To help provide school dance programs teaching drug and violence prevention.
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The Healing Center
To help increase the availability of grief support for children, families, and adults in our community.
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The Salvation Army
To provide vouchers for prescription assistance for individuals within Snohomish County
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The Seattle Globalist
To help elevate diverse voices through media youth and communication oriented trainings and workshops.
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Charity Report
The Service Board
To help expand the number of youth in summer programs in conquering personal and cultural challenges.
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United Indians of all Tribes Foundation
To assist in providing operating support, organizational capacity and infrastructure.
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Charity Report
US Conference of Catholic Bishops / Holy Rosary School
To help provide education reading software applications.
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WACAP (World Association for Children and Parents)
To support the kids program which finds adoptive families for children who are waiting in the WA State foster care system.
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Charity Report
Washington Alliance for Better Schools
To help fund the WABS 21st Century Community Learning Center in helping over 300 students.
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Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
To help fund domestic violence prevention and support the "Refuse to Abuse" 5K at Safeco.
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Charity Report
Wing Luke Memorial Foundation
To help provide school Group Tours for K-12 students.
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Charity Report
Wonderland Development Center
To help in serving infants and toddlers with developmental delays and disabilities.
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Charity Report
YWCA Pierce County
To help provide services to children and families fleeing domestic violence.
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Recipient
Purpose
Level $5,001 to $7,500
Christmas House
To help purchase gifts and warm outerwear for 8-9K children.
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Cocoon House
To help provide housing programs for homeless young people.
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North Lakewood Instrument Music Boosters Organization
To help provide instrument repair, tuning, and purchasing of equipment.
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Snohomish Conservation District
To assist in a healthy soils pilot for diverse urban landowners.
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Trinity Lutheran College
To assist Twin Rivers Correctional population to cultivate and grow fresh local food.
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Washington DECA
To help with the Advisor Development Program impacting 11,725 participating students.
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Recipient
Purpose
Level $7,501 to $10,000
Cancer Pathways (formerly Gilda's Club Seattle)
To help support the Everett Camp Sparkle expansion which helps people with cancer.
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Casa Latina
To help assist with the hiring hall, English language classes, workplace safety, and skills trainings.
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Holly House for Kids
To help purchase needed basic necessities for children.
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Kennedy Catholic/John F. Kenndy Memorila H.S.
To help provide Native American students with financial assistance for tuition.
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Kindering Center
To help support children with autism, Down syndrome, and other neurodevelopment disorders.
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Charity Report
KSER Foundation
To help support Independent Public Radio, local news, public affairs, arts, and culture.
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North Cascades Institute
To provide scholarships for Tribal or low income teens to attend youth leadership adventures.
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Charity Report
Pacific Science Center Foundation
To help with delivery of a wide range of hands-on science exhibits, programs, and services.
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Charity Report
Pilchuck Audubon Society
To support the Smart Growth Program.
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Saint Joseph's House
To support the clothing bank in helping low income, homeless, displaced, and foster families.
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Recipient
Purpose
Level $10,000 plus
Betty J. Taylor Early Learning Academy
To help provide children with enrichment activities to expand experiences.
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Boys & Girls Club Tulalip
To provide program support and sponsorship for the auction and tournament 2016.
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Hibulb Cultural Center & Natural History Preserve
To help provide resources to continue HCC diverse and dynamic programs and projects through 2017.
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Providence General Foundation
To help support the 2015 Festival of Trees benefiting Children's Services, low income and cancer patients.
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Tulalip Tribes Disaster
To help support Tulalip Disaster response.
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WWU Foundation
To help support Native American students with cultural events, academic support, lunches, and lectures.
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YMCA
To provide Tribal membership, invest in our youth and healthy communities, and provide expansion for the Marysville branch.
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