Recipients

2019 4th Quarter Community Impact Funds Recipients

Recipient
Purpose
Level $500 to $2,500
Acres of Diamonds
To help provide counseling and case management services for at risk homeless moms.
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American Diabetes Association
To help kids learn about living and thriving with diabetes.
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Audiobook Ministries
To help upgrade recording technology.
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Bread of Life Mission
To help provided needed services and supplies such shelter, clothing, showers, computer access, mail services, bus tickets, lockers, TV and food.
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Cascade Bicycle Club
To support the Let's Go and the Major Taylor Project education programs, these programs teach basic bicycle and pedestrian safety skills to children and youth.
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Catholic Community Services of Western Washington
To support the Farmworker Center which serves the Indigenous and Latino farm work communities in Skagit and Whatcom Counties.
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Center on Contemporary Art
To support the COCA curator's lab -- Next Generation, a youth professional development program.
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Climate Action Families
To support Plant the Planet Youth Leadership a program to provide Climate Justice Ambassador trainings.
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Courageous Connections
To help provide horse related therapeutic services to those with emotional and physical disabilities.
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Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens
To help support operations relating to the Sculpture Collection, including training, refurbishing sculptures, the design and printing of a brochure describing and promoting the collection.
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Charity Report
Family Justice Center Foundation with Greater Tacoma Community Foundation
To help provide emergency services to domestic violence victims, including emergency housing, food, lock changes, etc.
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Gage Academy of Art
To support the Teen Art Studio program for youth, the program increases access to arts education.
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Island Shakespeare Festival
To help provide Island Shakespeare Festival performances in the summer.
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Charity Report
Jack Straw Foundation
To help provide blind and visually impaired youth with hands-on art opportunities.
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Legal Foundation of Washington
To help provide legal aide across Washington.
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Lupus Foundation of America
To help support the Walk to End Lupus Now.
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Mari's Place/Mari's Place for the Arts
To help support art classes for those in need.
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Mighty to Save Ministries / Jakes House
To help men who are transitioning from a life of addiction to one of recovery.
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Moisture Festival
To help provide art performances.
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Monroe Arts Council
To help provide a space within the center dedicated to display the works by local artists.
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Museum of Glass
To help provide a program of educational touring, hands-on are experiences, Hot Shop visit, and tours.
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Music4Life
To help repair musical instruments donated.
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Navos
To help support the recovery and wellness of low income youth.
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NorthWest Therapeutic Riding Center
To help build a multi use building for the Stable Classroom to be used for warm up exercises, therapy sessions, and other actives for participants.
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Nourish Pierce County/FISH Food Banks
To help provide essential nutritious food to Pierce County clients.
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Operation Homefront
To help provide programs to military families such as Star Spangled Baby showers, Back to school Brigade school supply and backpack distribution, holiday meals and toys.
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Prison Scholar Fund
To help support prison scholars with tuition, textbook expenses, advising, tutoring, mentoring, and transition support.
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Refugee Artisan Initiative
To help train new artisans in sewing & jewelry-making.
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Renton Historical Society
To help purchase handmade Coast Salish tools and antique items for the Education Collection.
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SafeFutures Youth Center
To help empower and advocate for under-served young people from low income communities and communities of color.
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Saint Vincent de Paul Society
To help those in need with the payment of utility bills.
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Saratoga Chamber Orchestra
To help support the Saratoga Orchestra's educational outreach programs.
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Schools Out Washington
To help provide services to member youth development organizations.
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Seattle Peace Chorus
To help support overcoming adversity by providing access to the deaf and hard of hearing communities.
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Seattle Repertory Theatre
To help provide a program to provide arts access and engagement services to clients from non-profit partner organizations.
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Secret Harbor
To help provide a in-home family support program which provides skilled mental health services for youth to help them heal from intense trauma.
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Snohomish Senior Center
To help support the LEG Up project, a project that provides seniors with access to health and social activities for a better life.
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South Whidbey Tilth Association
To help provide a Community farm stand and interpretive area with the goals of increasing the availability of local produce, helping local farmers, and engaging people in regenerative agriculture.
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SR3 SeaLife Response, Rehabilitation and Research
To help support outreach for community festivals, educational tools, and activities for children and adults.
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The Episcopal Diocese of Olympia/St Andrew's Episcopal Church
To help with the cost of obtaining Salmon-Safe Certification.
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The Mountaineers
To support the Mountain Workshops program, a program serving local at-risk & underrepresented youth.
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United Way of Skagit County
To help support the Welcome Baby program, a that prepares parents to be the child's first teacher.
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Warehouse Theatre Company
To help support the spring break drama camp for Yakima Valley children aged 7-17.
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Washington Healthcare Access Alliance
To help support the 2020 Washington Free and Charitable Care Conference, the conference provides information, education, and networking for clinic staff, leadership, and volunteers.
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Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association
To help defer costs of activities provided to student athletes and coaches in Washington State.
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Wing Luke Memorial Foundation
To help support youth and education programs.
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Charity Report
World Relief Seattle
To help support the Family Literacy program for refugee and immigrant caregivers and their young children to help them get ready for kindergarten, improve literacy skills, and provide tools for home teaching.
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Youth Eastside Services
To help provide fully accessible quality behavioral health services for all children, youth, and families in need.
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Recipient
Purpose
Level $2,501 to $5,000
Academy for Precision Learning
To support the Clinical Technology Improvement Project which improved the collecting and reporting student progress.
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Brigadoon Service Dogs
To help provide dog training services.
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Citrine Health
To support the Supportive Solutions for Every Body program which provided women specially fitted breast prostheses and post-mastectomy bras.
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Clothes For Kids
To increase access to programs and serve more students in Snohomish County.
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College Possible Washington (formerly College Access Now)
To support a high school program help student to become college ready.
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Communities in Schools of Spokane County
To help provide Sunset Elementary with a full-time site coordinator.
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Community Foundation of Snohomish County
To help provide enhanced nonprofit consulting services.
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Darrington School District
To help provide new uniforms, art supplies and musical instruments for middle and high school students.
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Charity Report
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services
To help support life-saving services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sexual exploitation.
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Eastside Baby Corner
To support the Protect the Kids program, a program to reduce and prevent injuries, accidents and the death of babies by providing protective gear and best practices training.
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Everett Museum of History
To support the construction of the Community Perspectives Gallery (set to open in 2020).
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EvergreenHealth Monroe Foundation
To help provide basic needs (clothing, medication co-pays, toiletries) for indigent patients seeking treatment for chemical dependency at the Recovery Center.
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Family Law CASA
To support the pool of trained court appointed special advocates supporting child advocacy services.
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Charity Report
FamilyWorks
To help families create a path to greater resiliency and independence through nutritious foods, basic needs, and life skills programs.
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Freedom Project
To support the Safe Return Re-entry program which offers high touch support to folks leaving incarceration.
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Geeking Out Kids of Color/Standing Against Foreclosure & Eviction
To support the expansion of Afterschool Tech and Mobile Enrichment Programs for youth.
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George Pocock Rowing Foundation
To help promote and support youth participation in rowing.
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Charity Report
Girls on the Run of Snohomish County
To support the Girls on the Run program at Quil Ceda Tulalip Elementary.
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Glacier Peak Institute
To support the expansion of the in-school environmental and STEM education opportunities for risk youth of Snohomish County.
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Greater Maple Valley Community Center
To provide a nutrition program for low income and in need senior citizens.
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Heartbeat Serving Wounded Warriors
To help support the Back in the Saddle Warriors and BITS: Kids and Scuba Warriors programs.
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HUY
To help support the Native American Circles for incarcerated people in or under the jurisdiction of Washington State Department of Corrections.
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Invest in Youth
To help provide one-on-one free student tutoring program and enrichment program.
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Lakewood Sports Booster Club
To help provide the Lakewood Grad Night celebration.
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Leadership Snohomish County
To help provide a leadership program for the Racial Equity cohort.
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Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center
To help provide services for children and adults with disabilities.
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March of Dimes
To help improved the health of mothers and babies.
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Marysville Cooperative Preschool
To help support building upgrades.
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Medic One Foundation
To help support the Medic One Paramedic Training Program.
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Museum of Flight Foundation
To help provide partial program fees to school children in Snohomish County.
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Oasis Youth Center/Pierce County AIDS Foundation
To help provide prevention programming for LGBTQ youth.
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Our TreeHouse
To help bereaved children and teens through Family & Teen night programs and Young Adult Group & Anticipatory Grief group.
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Parent Trust for Washington Children
To help parents gain the necessary skills and knowledge to raise safe, resilient, and school-ready children.
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Primary Intervention Program Orcas Island Elementary
To help provide a Child Mental Health Consultant and supplies for the designated playroom.
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Charity Report
ProForum/Social Justice Film Festival
To help provide opportunities to youth and under represented communities.
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Provail
To help provide therapies and assistive technology to children.
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Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
To help protect and preserve the waters of Puget Sound by monitoring water quality, enforcing clean water laws, and improving policies and regulations.
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Pushing Boundaries
To help provide a intensive exercise therapy program for people living with paralysis.
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RE Sources for Sustainable Communities
To help support the Sustainable Schools Program, a program of environmental education classes including field trips on water conservation, energy efficiently, waste disposal.
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Recovery Café Orting Valley
To help provide the school of recovery programs, helping those in need.
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Sawhorse Revolution
To help support students at the new Rainier Beach High School Design/Build Pilot development project.
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Seattle Art Museum
To help produce art-tours and workshops for students.
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Seattle Public Library Foundation
To help support the Raising A Reading early literacy program which promotes book sharing, parent-child bonding and development of early literacy skills.
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Snohomish County Fire District #24
To help purchase a video laryngoscopes to help with patient care.
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South Whidbey Schools Foundation
To help students learn about indigenous tribes in the Central and South Whidbey Island areas.
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Stanwood Camano Food Bank Services
To help purchase refrigeration display units, bread display racks, and produce display racks.
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Stewardship Partners
To restore habitat in the Snoqualmie Watershed and host restoration events with Nature Vision to engage and educate students.
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Stronger Families
To strengthen families in high stress communities including military, veterans, and first responder family's.
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SV Archive/Scarecrow Video
To help support the Children's Hour, a free educational series that encourages exploration and engages young preschool and kindergarten children through videos, books, and arts.
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Teach For America
To help continue movement of ending educational inequity.
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Town Hall Association
To help support a Native-led design firm to create a mount that will display a Native crafted land acknowledgement document inside Town Hall.
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Turning Point Seattle
To help support tutoring for students who are facing the challenge of racial and economic injustice.
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Two Rivers CDC
To help support tribal employments rights.
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Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle
To help support the expansion of the scope of health care services.
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Virginia Mason Health System/Bailey-Boushay House
To help provide food and hygiene supplies through the outpatient program, a program serving homeless people in the Puget Sound region.
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Washington Alliance for Better Schools
To help support the Natural Leaders family empowerment and engagement program in Marysville School District.
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Washington DECA
To help support the Advisor Training and Development Program, a program to help students get resources to help them become successful.
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Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
To help support programs that assist domestic violence victims.
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Charity Report
Washington Trust for Historic Preservation
To help support the annual Youth Heritage Project, an interactive field school engaging high school age youth by connecting them to historic, cultural, and natural resources in Washington.
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Woodland Park Zoological Society
To help support the Up CLOSE Ambassador Animal Outreach Program, a program that brings zoo to the community and encourages participants to build empathy towards animals.
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Work Opportunities
To help provide interpreter services for all deaf and hard of hearing people.
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YWCA Pierce County
To help provide support groups for children who have experienced violence in their homes.
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Recipient
Purpose
Level $5,001 to $7,500
Tulalip Natural & Cultural Resources
To help support day camps for youth ages 5-12 years old, the day camps will feature cultural and natural resources activities.
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University of Washington Press
To help support the publication of the books related to Native American history in the area.
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Recipient
Purpose
Level $7,501 to $10,000
Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
To help sponsor a convention for tribes
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American Red Cross
To help support the 25th Anniversary of the Snohomish County Heroes breakfast.
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College Success Foundation
To help provide sponsorships and scholarships low income and underserved youth.
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Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County
To help support the 2020 Chocolate Lovers Gala, Purse Auction, and Hope Within luncheon with the goal of Break the Silence and Stop the Violence.
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Providence Hospice & Home Care of Snohomish County
To help provide Hospice Care for patients in need.
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Seattle University - Indigenous Peoples Institute
To help support the Indigenous Peoples Institute.
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Snohomish County Fire District #22
To help provide sUAS/Drones for emergency incidents, assisting first responders looking for missing people in the water, fires, and technical rescues.
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Special Olympics Washington
To help support the Summer Sports Competition Experience in Snohomish County.
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Stillaguamish Senior Center
To help replace an elevator in an low income senior apartment building.
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Recipient
Purpose
Level $10,001 plus
Betty J Taylor Early Learning Academy
To help provide outdoor learning materials and other needs.
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Hibulb Cultural Center & Natural History Preserve
To help provide the resources to continue HCC diverse and dynamic programs and projects.
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Imagine Children's Museum
To help provide museum memberships to families with young children.
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Northwest Indian College Foundation
To help support students educational goals payment.
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Providence General Foundation
To help provide service to children.
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Providence Institute for a Healthier Community
To help sponsor the "Edge of Amazing 2019" at the Lynnwood Convention Center.
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Salmon Defense
To help salmon protection initiative through the support of the Billy Frank Jr. Salmon Coalition, Festival of the Steh-Chass, and BFJ Classic 2020 fundraiser.
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Seattle University
To help support tribal youth at SU-Day; a day in the life of a college student, basketball tournament, and meet and greet for students.
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Snohomish County Music Project
To help support music therapy for youth.
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TERO Vocational Training Center
To help train Native American and their families so that they can gain successful employment and family wage jobs.
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Tulalip Tribes Ecology Unit Education
To help support native species enhancement.
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Tulalip Tribes Rediscovery Program
To help support the first foods program.
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Tulalip Tribes Youth Services
To help support cultural activities for youth.
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UW Law Center
To help support the Tulalip Court public defense clinic.
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YMCA
To help provide Tribal membership to the YMCA branch's and support for the Marysville Branch.
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