501 Commons provides a full range of management consulting services, training opportunities, back office services, and best practice knowledge to nonprofits and schools.
826 Seattle provides tutoring to young people in Seattle in both creative and expository writing, as well as provides afterschool tutoring in all subjects.
KBCS is a non-commercial, listener-supported source for local, national, and international music and information that draws from and reflects the diversity of our region.
98.1 Classical KING FM
98.1 Classical KING FM is the only 24/7 public radio station dedicated to classical music in the Puget Sound.
A Better Seattle
A Better Seattle serves as a unifying force to develop partnerships between corporations, law enforcement and community groups to build healthy communities and reduce youth violence.
Aaron Brooks Foundation
The Aaron Brooks Drills and Skills Program is working collaboratively with the Seattle Parks Department and the Seattle and Highline School Districts to develop a comprehensive youth development strategy for underserved, school aged youth.
Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services
ADWAS provides comprehensive and accessible services to Deaf and Deaf-Blind victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. 90% of our clients are low-income.
Academy for Precision Learning
The Academy for Precision Learning is a K-9 school dedicated to the success of all students - including typically developing and those across the autism spectrum - learning within an academically challenging and socially vibrant environment.
Academy of Music Northwest
The Academy of Music Northwest was founded in September 1997. The Academy is the only organization in this region that offers national level classical music training to pre-college musicians.
Academy Schools prepares students for a lifetime of success.
ACCESS 2 Options
ACCESS 2 Options supports community based programs that provide access to health, education, and economic opportunities for women and children that are working toward long term financial sustainability, and change in the status of women in the society.
ACLU of Washington Foundation
The ACLU of Washington Foundation (ACLU-WA) is a nonpartisan organization, headquartered in Seattle and serving the entire state, working to achieve fairness and equal opportunity for all.
ACT - A Contemporary Theatre
ACT raises consciousness by creating a conversation, addressing current issues and ideas through theatre productions and presentations incorporating all artistic disciplines.
ActionAid is an international anti-poverty agency working in 50 countries, taking sides with poor people to end poverty and injustice together.
Adopt A Stream Foundation
The mission of the Adopt A Stream Foundation is "to teach people how to become stewards of their watershed."
African Chamber of Commerce
The mission of the African Chamber of Commerce of the Pacific Northwest is to promote an environment for direct trade and business prosperity between Africa and the Northwest region of the United States.
African Diaspora of Washington
The African Diaspora of Washington (ADWA) exists to leverage African-born residents’ civic engagement and political inclusion in King County.
Agros believes that extreme poverty can successfully be reduced through land ownership when combined with a holistic development model. We offer rural poor families a hand-up, not a handout.
ajusticenetwork dba Splinter Dance Company is an arts non-profit that produces artistic events focusing on social awareness.
Allen Institute for Brain Science
The Allen Institute for Brain Science is an independent, nonprofit medical research organization dedicated to accelerating the understanding of how the human brain works in health and disease.
Alleycat Acres serve as a meeting place for individuals from all backgrounds to come together and grow.
Alliance for Education
The Alliance for Education is an independent, non-profit organization that brings together parents, teachers and members of the community who are dedicated to identifying academic issues and supporting new learning programs for Seattle children.
Alliance of People with disAbilities
The Alliance provides independent living services which span four areas: Information & Referral, Independent Living Skills Training, Peer Counseling, and Advocacy
Allied Arts Foundation
For over forty years, the Foundation has served everyone from veteran artisans to start-up ventures, and encouraged future artists by giving grants to the top three arts students at each Seattle public high school.
Allied Arts of Whatcom County
Allied Arts of Whatcom County empowers local artists through organized festivals and events, enriches our local school children through educational outreach programs, and works as a liaison to art enthusiasts.
Allyship is a social and economic Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) organizationthat advocates for LGBTQ homeless youth, and health care disparities and economic justice.
Alpha Omicron Boulé Foundation
The Boulé provide a forum for successful African American men of quality to gather, socialize and focus their public policy support in areas that helps the African American community.
Alpha Supported Living Services
Alpha Supported Living Services (ASLS), the largest non-profit in Washington providing supported living services to people with developmental disabilities, provides 24-7 care to adult clients, ages 19-70.
ALS Association Evergreen Chapter
The ALS Association exists to provide as much support as possible to people living with this devastating disease, their families and caregivers.
We organize and coordinate programs to fulfill the essential needs of all, regardless of race, color or religion, for the Puget Sound area residents.
Amara serves children and families through three programs: the Adoption program, the Foster Care program and the Pregnancy and Parenting Counseling program.
America SCORES Seattle
To empower students in urban communities using soccer, writing, creative expression and service-learning.
American Diabetes Association
The American Diabetes Association in the nation's leading voluntary health organization serving people affected by diabetes.
American Farmland Trust
Since 1980, AFT has been the nation's leading conservation organization dedicated to preserving America’s farm and ranch lands.
American Heart Association
By 2020, to improve the cardiovascular health of all Americans by 20 percent while reducing deaths from cardiovascular disease and stroke by 20 percent.
American Lung Association of the Mountain Pacific
The American Lung Association is the oldest voluntary health organization founded in 1904 to fight tuberculosis. Today the focus is expanded to all lung diseases including asthma, tobacco control and environmental issues that threaten the air we breathe.
American Red Cross Western Washington Chapters
We provide immediate, short-term disaster assistance for victims of fires, floods, earthquakes and other disasters, community and workplace disaster education and safety classes for adults and youth.
Since 1954, American Whitewater has been a pioneer in the river conservation movement, and today we are the primary advocate for the protection, restoration and enjoyment of our nation’s headwaters.
Amigos de Santa Cruz Foundation
Amigos' primary focus has been on education both at the primary and secondary level, helping to develop a literate populace and educated leadership better able to improve their own lives and their communities.
Animal Talk Rescue
We are a local 501(c)(3) animal rescue in the Roosevelt neighborhood of Seattle.
Antioch University Seattle
Antioch University provides learner-centered education to empower students with the knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance social, economic, and environmental justice.
API Chaya works to mobilize Asian and Pacific Islander communities to work toward ending violence, provide culturally appropriate support for survivors, and to influence policies to bring about social change.
APRIL's mission is to connect readers with independent literature and the authors and publishers of this relevant and vitalizing work.
The Arboretum Foundation provides stewardship for the Washington Park Arboretum. It manages membership and volunteer programs, raises funds and provides public information services for the Arboretum.
ARC Dance Productions
ARC Dance fosters the creative work of choreographers and dancers to produce moving contemporary ballet that engages and inspires a diverse audience and enriches cultural life.
ARCADE incites dialogue about design and the built environment.
Architects Without Borders
AWB provides its vast network of skilled volunteers unique opportunities to contribute to humanitarian causes while building and sharing knowledge specific to the use of traditional and sustainable community development approaches.
Arlington Kids' Kloset
AKK has a goal of meeting the needs of struggling school-aged children through the provision of used and new clothes, books and hygiene products.
Arms Around Bainbridge
Arms Around Bainbridge is a safety net, providing ongoing financial support to both initially bridge financial gaps, and also supplement government programs.
Art for Animals' Sake
Art for Animals’ Sake’s mission is to prevent the neglect and abuse of animals and reduce the relinquishment of animal companions into the shelter system by teaching animal compassion and humane care.
Art Walk Consortium
The Art Walk Consortium is a collaboration of neighborhood art walk organizers in the Seattle area, united for the purpose of promoting the unique and diverse art in our city.
Art with Heart
Art with Heart is dedicated to improving the lives of children in crisis by creating and providing research-based therapeutic tools, programs, and training.
ArtEAST is a visual arts organization and art center offering exhibitions, demonstrations, classes, a co-op gallery and professional development events in the heart of historic downtown Issaquah.
Arthritis Foundation, Great West Region, Inc.
The Arthritis Foundation serves 10,300 adults and 6,100 children with arthritis in WA by offering community-based programs that address the emotional and social effects of arthritis.
Artist Trust provides artists the time and resources necessary to prosper by providing grants and vital professional development information to thousands of artists each year.
Arts Corps is the largest, nonprofit arts education organization in Seattle. We partner with schools and community centers to bring high quality, arts education classes to youth with little or no access to hands-on arts opportunities.
Arts Impact is a sustained and intense 2-year professional development model for Pre-K-8 teachers that partners with schools and arts organizations in Pierce and King Counties to increase arts education in the school setting.
ArtsEd WA is the only organization in the State of Washington specifically devoted to increasing the provision of arts education as part of basic education in K-12 schools.
Through ArtsFund, a 501 (c)3 nonprofit, everybody can take part in art. ArtsFund donors support nearly 70 local arts groups, large and small, so they can provide stimulating and enlightening arts for our community.
ArtsWest is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary arts organization located in West Seattle with programs in theater, visual art and education.
Our mission is to provide quality arts experiences to inspire, empower and educate.
Ashesi University Foundation
We are driven by the knowledge that Africa’s problems can be solved by inspired and enlightened Africans. Our goal is to educate future leaders who will make it their life’s work to transform the African continent, and humanity with it.
The agency provides care and support for medically fragile children and their families in home-like settings.
Ashoka Seattle catalyzes citizen entrepreneurs to solve the most pressing social needs of the region.
Asian Adult Adoptees of Washington (AAAW)
Asian Adult Adoptees of Washington (AAAW) is a resource that provides mentoring, fellowship, and educational opportunities for Asian American and Pacific Islander adoptees and their community.
Asian Counseling and Referral Service
Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization offering a broad array of human services and behavioral health programs to Asian Pacific Americans in King County.
Assistance League of Seattle
Our work is almost entirely focused on advancing the education of low-income children, youth and adults. All three of our major programs share this focus because we believe that education is the best and most lasting answer to generational poverty.
Associated Recreation Council
Associated Recreation Council provides equitable, dynamic and responsive recreation and life long learning programs for every Seattle resident.
Assumption-St. Bridget School
Assumption-St. Bridget School is a K-8 school that partners with parents to provide excellent education in the Catholic tradition.
Athletes for Cancer
Athletes for Cancer runs adventure-therapy retreats for cancer fighters and survivors.
Athletes For Kids
Athletes For Kids gives young people the chance to model for peers and community members that differences are something to be embraced, not avoided.
Atlantic Street Center
Atlantic Street Center serves low-income youth and families of color in Seattle's central and southeast neighborhoods. Education is at the heart of all our services.
AtWork! helps adults with disabilities learn marketable skills, find and keep good jobs in the community, and earn wages and benefits that help them escape poverty.
Auburn Food Bank
The Auburn Food Bank serves people in need living within the Auburn School District.
Each season the fully professional orchestra performs three symphony programs (Saturday evening and Sunday matinee) and three chamber ensemble concerts. The symphony plays in October, February, and April at the Auburn Performing Arts Center.
Auburn Valley Humane Society
The Auburn Valley Humane Society is dedicated to providing shelter, quality care and love for all the lost, mistreated and abandoned animals in Auburn.
Auburn Youth Resources
AYR serves the children & families of South King County by providing counseling, substance abuse treatment & prevention, & housing & support services for homeless children, youth & families.
Auction of Washington Wines
The Auction of Washington Wines is the non-profit philanthropic organization of the Washington wine industry and the nation's largest charity auction showcasing Washington wine.
The mission of Audubon Washington is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats, for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity.
Aurora Commons (initiative of Awake Church)
The Aurora Commons is a neighborhood living room and resource center that compassionately and creatively serves men and women along the Aurora corridor who struggle with substance abuse, mental illness, homelessness, and sexual exploitation.
Transform lives by providing accessible, interactive opportunities for young people to experience the benefits of a fit and healthy lifestyle.
Ayni Education International
Ayni's main project, called “Journey with an Afghan School,” began just months after 9/11 and the Taliban were removed from power in Afghanistan. It is a grassroots project to build and supply schools for Afghan children.
Backpack Meals is a small organization providing weekend meals for 50-60 youth in Bellevue schools who would otherwise go hungry.
Backyard Barter is a community where neighbors barter locally produced food, related skills and items.
Bailey-Boushay House (BBH) is the first facility in the nation to be built expressly to meet the complex needs of people living with HIV/AIDS.
Bainbridge Community Foundation
BCF exists to sustain and enhance our vibrant community and the way of life we enjoy. We share a love of this place and want to ensure its healthy future.
Bainbridge Island Historical Museum
The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum has been collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and providing educational outreach about Bainbridge Island's colorful history since 1949.
Bainbridge Island Land Trust
The Bainbridge Island Land Trust’s mission is to preserve and steward the diverse natural environment of Bainbridge Island for the benefit of all.
Bainbridge Island Museum of Art
The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art is an educational institution whose mission is to engage a diverse population with the art and craft of our region and our time.
Bainbridge Ometepe Sister Islands Association
Established in 1986, BOSIA supports collaborative projects with Ometepe's rural farming/fishing population of ~42,000 islanders (per capita income less than the Nicaragua average of $326).
Bainbridge Schools Foundation
The Bainbridge Schools Foundation raises money to supplement the operational budget of the Bainbridge School District.
Bainbridge Youth Services
Bainbridge Youth Services promotes the social and emotional well being of all community adolescents through counseling and diverse outreach programs and services.
Balagan Theatre strives to create smart and fearless theatre, to inspire dialogue, and to seek uncharted artistic territory.
Ballard Food Bank
The Ballard Food Bank is the leading agency meeting the need for food and emergency services for clients in Ballard, Magnolia and Queen Anne.
Ballard High School Foundation
Ballard High School Foundation supports all of the students, faculty and administration of Ballard High School and enrich the school's programs and activities.
Banchero Friends Services
We provide 24 hour supported living services, case management and extended programs to adults with developmental disabilities living in Shoreline and North Seattle.
Barakat exists to strengthen the fundamental human rights to education in South and Central Asia by providing exemplary basic education, increasing access to higher education and advancing literacy, particularly for women and children.
Bayview Manor Homes
Bayview is a continuing care retirement community, providing accommodations and care for seniors
Behind the Badge Foundation
Behind the Badge Foundation is a non-profit, volunteer organization of officers, families, friends, survivors and supporters of law enforcement.
Bellevue Arts Museum
Bellevue Arts Museum (BAM) was established as an arts museum in 1975. Over the years, the Museum has consistently presented high quality exhibitions that have had a broad regional and/or national impact.
Bellevue Botanical Garden Society
The BBG consists of 53 acres of display gardens, woodlands, meadows and wetlands, located in the heart of Bellevue. The Garden is free, open daily year-round, and welcomes approx 300,000 visitors per year.
Bellevue Chamber Chorus
The Bellevue Chamber Chorus is a non-profit arts organization performing a wide variety of choral literature each season.
Bellevue Civic Theatre
Bellevue Civic Theater provides professional theatre at affordable prices to Bellevue and the Eastside.
Bellevue LifeSpring promotes stability, self-sufficiency, and independence for those in need in the Bellevue community through programs and services that feed, clothe, shelter and educate.
Bellevue Schools Foundation
BSF is a partnership between business leaders, parents, and community members formed to provide critical support to essential student programs in our local public schools.
Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra
BYSO provides a positive stimulating musical environment for students. We uniquely complement and build upon both school music programs and private instruction.
Bellevue Youth Theatre Foundation
Since 1990, Bellevue Youth Theatre has used theatre to educate youth and build community, targeting Eastside youth who are often excluded from traditional theatre or school shows.
Since its founding by the Downtown Seattle Association in 1980, Bellwether Housing (formerly Housing Resources Group) has developed and managed affordable apartments for Seattle's low-income working residents, seniors, transitioning homeless families.
The Betschi School was founded in 1975 by Brigitte Bertschi with the vision of a supportive and inclusive environment where children truly delight in the challenges and rewards of learning.
Beyond Survival provides free and confidential services to all people impacted by Sexual Abuse.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound
We respond to children, families, and communities in King, Pierce, Kitsap, Jefferson, and Clallam Counties with the greatest needs: 82% of our Littles are low income, 83% do not live with two parents, 61% are of color, 42% are male and 58% are female.
Bike Works empowers youth and builds community. Bike Works provides innovative and effective programs to young people in the Seattle area.
Our daily two-minute radio show, BirdNote, presents the complexity of the natural world in "bite-sized" pieces to listeners of public radio. BirdNote is produced by Tune In to Nature.org.
Birth to Three Developmental Center
Birth to Three Developmental Center provides early intervention services for infants and toddlers ages birth to three years with developmental delays and living in South King and Pierce Counties and support programs for their parents.
Birthday Dreams partners with more than forty shelters from Tacoma to Everett to provide cake, presents and birthday cheer to homeless children.
BlackPast.org at more than 10,000 pages is the largest free online reference center on African American history and the history of the African Diaspora currently on the Internet.
Blank Stage Theater
Blank Stage Theater is an independent theater company with the goal of creating simple and beautiful productions of smart and challenging works.
The Bloedel Reserve is an internationally renowned public garden and forest preserve that provides an inspirational experience of nature to thousands per year.
Blue Earth Alliance
Blue Earth mission is to raise awareness about endangered cultures, threatened environments, and critical social issues through documentary photography.
Blue Nile Children's Organization
The Blue Nile Children’s Organization was established in 2001 to give orphans in one of the poorest neighborhoods of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia a better life and provide humanitarian support to their community.
BlueStreet Jazz Voices
BlueStreet Jazz Voices is a group of 20 singers backed up by a world-class jazz, 4 piece band. Its singers come from diverse backgounds and communities across Puget Sound.
Body Wisdom Inc.
InterPlay is a technique for improvised story-telling, dance and song, designed to help people build community, create health, and lead with artfulness.
Bold Print Theatre Company
Bold Print Theatre Company works to empower emerging young, local theatre professionals and and to make their voices heard.
Book-It Repertory Theatre
Book-It began as an artists' collective in 1987, adapting short stories for performance and touring them throughout the Northwest.
Books to Prisoners
BTP is a Seattle-based nonprofit organization with a 40-year history of sending books, at no charge, to prisoners in the United States.
boom! theater company
boom! theater company is a group of eleven artists, dancers, and performers in Seattle, Washington who create new work that is uncommon and invigorating.
Boots to Shoes Foundation
Boots to Shoes (BTS) engages local business community volunteers to be mentors for Puget Sound area veterans transitioning to civilian careers.
Boy Scouts of America - Chief Seattle Council
The Boy Scouts of America provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.
Boy Scouts of America - Mount Baker Council
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and the Scout Law.
Boyer Children's Clinic
Boyer Children's Clinic is a non-profit therapy and early childhood educational facility serving children from birth to teen years who have neuromuscular disorders such as cerebral palsy or delay in development.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue
Bellevue Boys and Girls Club (BB&GC) was established in 1952 as the Bellevue Boys Club. In 1979, BB&GC began offering services to both boys and girls.
Boys & Girls Clubs of King County
Boys & Girls Clubs of King County (BGCKC) serves 15,000 youth members through 14 Clubs in diverse communities throughout King County.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County
We focus on equipping every member of our Clubs with a plan for the future. We are outcome driven and committed to making an impact by offering research based programs to help kids achieve success.
Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound
Boys & Girls Clubs give Kids a place to call their own, where they can have fun, get a hot meal, be creative, be a part of a team, get help with homework...or just hang out with friends.
Driven by the work of talented and committed nature photographers, each of our projects starts with a large-format photography book addressing a critical threat to wilderness.
With BrasilFest, we offer the opportunity for artists and organizations to express Brazilian culture and to establish a link to the community who will gain an educational experience through music, dance, film, children activities, exhibitions, and more.
Bread for the Journey of Seattle
Bread for the Journey of Seattle is a group of volunteers who raises money in our local community. We give micro-grants to people who have an idea to make our community more healthy, just and wonderful.
Bread of Life Mission
Bread of Life Mission is located in the heart of Seattle and provides critical human services to homeless men and women.
Bridge Disability Ministries
Bridge Ministries seeks to alleviate isolation for the disabled, build an inclusive and healthier community for all regardless of abilities through improved access to basic needs, jobs, spiritual care and other services.
Bridle Trails Park Foundation
Bridle Trails State Park, 480 acres of trees and trails, is in the heavily urban area of King County with a population of nearly 3 million residents. The Bridle Trails Park Foundation (BTPF) was organized to keep this park open and staffed.
Buffalo Soldiers Museum
The Buffalo Soldiers museum is about US military history. We reflect the contributions of the military community then and now.
Building Changes partners with government entities, private funders and nonprofit service providers to end homelessness.
Burke Museum Association
The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture is responsible for Washington State collections of natural and cultural heritage and sharing the knowledge that makes them meaningful.
Burkitt's Lymphoma Fund for Africa
Burkitt's Lymphoma Fund for Africa (BLFA) is a Seattle-based nonprofit organization dedicated to improve survival rates for children in Kenya and other East African countries diagnosed with Burkitt's lymphoma.
Byron Schenkman & Friends
Byron Schenkman & Friends presents and annual series of five programs at the Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya Hall. BS&F also presents outreach events at local retirement homes and other venues.
C. G. Jung Society, Seattle
Founded in 1973, the Seattle Jung Society has approximately 350 members. Monthly events are open to the public as well as to members, and audiences for lectures ranges between 50 and 150 persons.
KNHC broadcasts programming which meets the community's needs - safety through the Emergency Alert System; interest - through news and information and public affairs programming; and convenience - through its music programs.
Cacophony for 8 Players
Cacophony for 8 Players is a dance, sound and visual-theater collaboration between Danish director/multi-media artist Torben Ulrich, composer/musician Angelina Baldoz, and choreographer/dancer Beth Graczyk.
Cambodian Cultural Alliance of Washington
Cambodian Cultural Alliance of Washington provides support to community-based performance groups and creates learning opportunities for youths about traditional Cambodian arts and culture.
We provide residential services (group homes and community home support) to adults with developmental disabilities. We currently operate 6 boarding homes and 5 community programs serving 48 adults in King County.
Camlann Medieval Association
Camlann's living history museum project lets visitors experience firsthand the daily village life, meals, arts and culture of the world of our ancestors.
Camp Fire Central Puget Sound Council
Camp Fire is this community’s first choice for building caring, confident youth and future leaders. We provide every youth an opportunity to build key assets, experience success, care for our environment, and have fun.
Camp Korey serves children and young adults with a wide range of medical conditions and their families. Programs participants are given the opportunity to build self-esteem, are empowered to try new things, and meet friends facing similar challenges.
Camp Solomon Schechter
CSS provides a fun, safe and welcoming environment where children and young adults create their own unique Jewish community in the spirit of the Conservative movement.
Campaña Quetzal works with schools, parents and youth to create supportive environments that empower students to be successful academically while embracing and thriving culturally.
Cancer Lifeline serves more people living with cancer than any other non-medical agency in Washington State.
Cancer Research And Biostatistics
CRAB collaborates with cancer clinical researchers to produce the best clinical trial design, implementation, execution, and analysis of trial results.
Capitol Hill Housing
Since 1976, Capitol Hill Housing has provided affordable housing to low and moderate income residents of Seattle.
Cares of Washington
People with disabilities and low incomes achieve long-term economic self-sufficiency with CARES' individualized career coaching, job placement, financial planning services and long-term life skills support.
Carlsen Cello Foundation
Carlsen Cello Foundation’s sole focus is to provide students with the cello that supports and motivates their hard work.
Casa Latina's constituents are low-wage, immigrant Latino workers, who start their work history primarily as day laborers and domestic workers, and their families. Too many immigrants work in uncertain and often dangerous conditions.
Cascade Bicycle Club Education Foundation
Cascade Bicycle Club Education Foundation supports its sister organization Cascade Bicycle Club. Cascade offers bicycle education, events and advocacy to individuals, organizations and governments in the greater Puget Sound region.
Cascade Harvest Coalition
Cascade Harvest Coalition is dedicated to re-localizing the food system in Washington by connecting consumers more directly with producers.
Cascade Regional Blood Services
Cascade Regional Blood Services provides a constant, safe, cost-effective supply of blood and blood components and other related services to the communities we serve.
Cascadia Community College Foundation
The Foundation assists the next generation of student leaders by offering student scholarships, study a-broad scholarships, transportation and text book grants and General Equivalency Degree (high school diploma) test fee assistance.
Cascadia Green Building Council
Cascadia's mission is to lead a transformation toward a built environment that is socially just, culturally rich and ecologically restorative.
Cascadian Center at Camp Brotherhood
Our 220 acres offer an exceptional environment for individuals and organizations to take a deep dive into issues that really matter in their lives.
Cathedral Foundation of the Diocese of Olympia
The Cathedral Foundation of the Diocese of Olympia honors the past by remembering the future of the buildings and grounds at Saint Mark's Cathedral located in Seattle and serving the community as well as western Washington.
Catholic Housing Services of Western Washington
The Archdiocesan Housing Authority, dba Catholic Housing Services of Western Washington, develops, owns and manages more than 1,900 units of affordable housing programs at 44 properties across Western Washington.
Center for Children & Youth Justice
Founded by retired Washington State Supreme Court Justice Bobbe Bridge, the Center for Children & Youth Justice is shaping better lives for youth involved in Washington's foster care and juvenile justice systems.
Center for Environmental Law & Policy (CELP)
CELP works to achieve its goal of clean flowing water for people and wildlife in Washington State through public education, agency advocacy, legislative reform, and public interest litigation.
Center for Ethical Leadership
The Center for Ethical Leadership is a nonprofit with a track record of advancing social change. Almost 20 years ago we came together with the idea of cultivating leadership for community change in service of the common good.
Center for Human Services
Center for Human Services (CHS) is a private, nonprofit agency whose mission is to strengthen the community through counseling, education, and support to children, youth, adults, & families in North King County and South Snohomish County.
Center for Wooden Boats
For over 30 years, The Center for Wooden Boats (CWB) has served Seattle as a hands-on maritime museum and gathering place on Lake Union.
Centerstage Theatre Arts Conservatory, Inc
Centerstage is Federal Way's resident Theatre Company. It was founded in 1977 and since 1998 has produced shows at the Knutzen Family Theatre on the shores of Puget Sound.
Centerstone helps people help themselves and each other as they move from poverty to self-sufficiency through programs and advocacy.
Central Area Development Association
CADA is a non profit community development corporation, a CDC. For nearly 20 years, CADA has worked to revitalize the Central Area neighborhood at large.
Central District Forum for Arts & Ideas
Central District Forum for Arts & Ideas emerged from Seattle's need for a cultural organization that consistently presents sophisticated and unique African-American programs.
Central Washington University Foundation
CWU is a regional university serving 11,000 students in Ellensburg, and at centers in Wenatchee, Yakima, Moses Lake, Lynnwood, Des Moines and Pierce County for responsible citizenship, stewardship of the earth, and enlightened and productive lives.
Changes Parent Support Network
Changes Parent Support Network fosters healthy families by equipping parents with tools and support to change their behavior.
ChangeStream Media is a Seattle-based nonprofit that uses digital storytelling to spread important ideas and support innovative organizations in disadvantaged communities worldwide.
Charismatic Leader Films
Charismatic Leader Films is a film production company led by Dave Miller and Derick Avitt, creating original artistic media projects since 2001. Our current project is Love in the year 2000, a 35mm science fiction short.
Chess Mates Foundation
Chess Mates Foundation was created in 1989 and incorporated in 1992 as a non-profit community oriented organization dedicated to after-school education of primary and secondary public school students.
Chief Seattle Club
Chief Seattle Club is a day center for homeless and low-income American Indians/Alaskan Natives.
Child Care Action Council
The Child Care Action Council promotes and nurtures early learning communities where families and children thrive. We ensure providers succeed in their work and children thrive in their care.
Child Care Resources
Founded in 1990, Child Care Resources (CCR) is committed to school readiness, community stability and equity for children by building a quality child care system.
Since 1909, Childhaven has been a safe and caring place for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers. Today, we are a community leader, statewide advocate and national model in the treatment and prevention of child abuse and neglect.
The Children's Alliance is a statewide, nonpartisan, multi-issue child advocacy organization. We believe every child has the right to health care, enough nutritious food, a quality education, and equality of opportunity.
Children's Home Society of Washington
Children's Home Society of Washington (CHSW) is the largest statewide children's non-profit organization dedicated to providing exceptional and innovative services to Washington's children and families.
Children's Institute for Learning Differences
Since 1977, CHILD has served some of Puget Sound’s hardest-to-serve and most vulnerable children: those struggling with neurological conditions, psychiatric disorders, cognitive impairments, and a broad spectrum of other learning differences.
Children's Therapy Center
We strive to give EVERY child with special needs the ability to “achieve their highest possible degree of functioning” and to do the things taken for granted by most children – to be ready for school and whatever lies beyond.
China Tomorrow Education Foundation
China Tomorrow Education Foundation (CTEF) is a 501(c)3 charity operated entirely by volunteers and funded by people who believe that education holds the key for China to be a contributing member of the international community.
Chinese Information and Service Center
Chinese Information and Service Center offers a broad range of social, family, employment, education, and cultural programs to the Chinese and other Asian communities in King County.
CHOICES Education Group
Our singular goal at CHOICES is to engage teens in their education and empower them to make positive educational CHOICES that will increase their career and life opportunities.
Choir of the Sound
Choir of the Sound, directed by Jeremy Matheis, is a leading Puget Sound adult community choir of approximately 95 voices, based in Shoreline and performing primarily in King County.
Choral Arts is a Seattle-based ensemble of approximately thirty singers dedicated to its mission: To inspire, educate, and enrich its community through the transformational power of great choral music performed at the highest artistic level.
Church of Mary Magdalene
Church of Mary Magdalene has contributed to the empowerment of thousands of homeless women who have moved out of homelessness into more stable situations.
City Arts Fest Culture Club
City Arts Fest is an annual festival that takes place in Seattle over 4 days in October. The hub of arts programming for City Arts Fest is Culture Club.
City Fruit promotes the cultivation of urban fruit in order to nourish people, build community and protect the climate.
City University of Seattle
Founded as City College in 1973, City University of Seattle (CityU) was one of the nation’s first institutions of higher learning to focus expressly on the needs of working adults.
City Year Seattle/King County
City Year's focus is to significantly reduce Seattle's high school dropout rate by helping students in high poverty urban schools stay on track, or get back on track to graduate.
CityClub is a civic membership organization representing people from across the political spectrum and across sectors including business, non-profit, government, academic and grassroots community organizations.
Clallam-Jefferson County Pro Bono Lawyers
We provide civil legal aid to low-income Clallam and Jefferson County residents. Pro Bono was established in 1990, by a small group of lawyers and advocates in Port Angeles who were involved in promoting equal access to justice.
Speculative fiction—science fiction, fantasy, horror, magic realism, and slipstream—gives voice to those who explore societal and technological change, along with deeper considerations of underlying archetypes of human experience.
Classroom in Bloom
Classroom in Bloom is a garden-based outdoor classroom serving over 300 kids in the Methow Valley School District (K-12).
Clear Path International
Clear Path International provides support to survivors of landmine accidents in Afghanistan, Burma, Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam.
Climate Action Reserve
The Climate Action Reserve is an environmental 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with the mission of encouraging actions to manage and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Climate Solutions is a dynamic regional and national leader in developing solutions to climate change by building a thriving clean energy economy.
Climatico aims to prepare its readers to participate in the global climate dialogue as informed citizens by providing unbiased explanations and analysis of national and international climate policy.
Clothes For Kids
The mission of Clothes For Kids is to help qualified community members build confidence and self sufficiency by providing quality wardrobes and resources.
Coastal Watershed Institute
CWI's goal is to promote science, student, and citizen collaborations that foster understanding and long-term ecosystem based wise management of our natural systems.
College Access Now
College Access Now is an innovative program dedicated to making college admission possible for talented, motivated and economically disadvantaged students.
College Success Foundation
The College Success Foundation (CSF) provides scholarships and mentoring to low-income, underserved students, inspiring them to finish high school, and provides the unique, integrated system of supports they need to graduate college and succeed in life.
Columbia Legal Services
CLS uses advocacy tools including policy reform, litigation, and innovative partnerships to address the root causes of poverty and create lasting, systemic change.
Columbia Lutheran Home
Columbia Lutheran Home (CLH) opened in 1920, and currently functions as a licensed skilled nursing facility.
Committee for Children
Committee for Children is a Washington-based nonprofit and global leader in the prevention of bullying, violence, and child sexual abuse.
Communities In Schools of Kent
We provide school-based mentoring, connections with housing, counseling, and other human services, school supplies, internships, and a wide variety of other supports.
Communities In Schools of Renton
Communities In Schools of Renton is committed to helping students and their families, free of charge, reach balance in their lives and regain self-sufficiency
Communities In Schools of Seattle
Communities In Schools of Seattle (CISS) works in public schools to close the achievement gap and bolster graduation rates for students with high dropout risk factors.
Communities In Schools of Washington State
Twelve Communities In Schools affiliates help Washington students achieve by connecting at-risk youth with with social services, academic assistance and caring adult role models.
Community Alliance for Global Justice
CAGJ was formed in 2001 by concerned community members and organizations who were inspired to build a membership-based, multi-issue organization for global justice in the Seattle region.
Community Arts Create
CAC was founded with the belief that every community needs to experience and have access to art education and art opportunities that highlight the culture, traditions, ideas, and progress of those who make up the community itself.
Community Day Center for Children
Community Day Center for Children (CDCC) is a NACCP-accredited center that offers a whole environment specially tailored to help little people grow into healthy, happy bigger people.
Community Day School Association
CDSA is the largest Before and After-School Child Enrichment, Kindergarten Readiness, & Summer Camp Learning Program operating within Seattle Public Schools.
Community Empowerment Network
The Community Empowerment Network is a US-based non-profit which empowers rural communities in developing countries by working with local partners in helping residents build basic life skills, habits and mindsets to become more self reliant
Community Energy Solutions
Community Energy Solutions is a Bainbridge Island based non-profit organization. We see our country's economic, energy and climate challenges as opportunities for positive change at the local level.
Community For Youth
Community for Youth transforms high school students who are struggling - with school, with family, with their direction in life - into young adults who have confidence, determination and self-awareness.
Community Health Africa-A Poverty Solution
Community Health Africa a Poverty Solution (CHAPS) is an all volunteer organization which raises funds to provide specific things needed by the medical clinics selected in Northern Kenya.
Community Homes Inc.
Community Homes owns six beautiful adult family homes serving 30 people with developmental disabilities throughout east King County.
Community House Mental Health Agency
Community House Mental Health Agency believes in the integraton of low-income mentally ill persons in the fabric of our society by respecting both our clients and surrounding community.
Community Network Council
We work to ensure a comprehensive view of the youth and families in Kent/South King County and community, and utilize resources to support their success.
Community Psychiatric Clinic
CPC is a private, non-profit behavioral healthcare provider serving individuals who have been the most seriously disabled and least able to access services.
Community Schools Collaboration
The Community Schools Collaboration (CSC) builds full service community schools to provide enriching and engaging learning experiences and health services for students and families.
Companis fills staffing gaps of nonprofit agencies with professional volunteer and community workers who provide medical care, food, shelter, education and more to our neighbors in need.
Compass Housing Alliance
The Compass Housing Alliance provides affordable housing, as well as emergency shelter and transitional housing.
Compassion & Choices of Washington
Compassion & Choices of Washington provides advocacy, counseling, and emotional support to people facing terminal or irreversible illness.
Compassion in Action
Compassion in Action engages in building and administering schools in countries where depressed economic conditions exist.
Concerned Citizens is a 501(c) 3 non-profit agency. We provide social services to all folks, ages birth to senior citizens through a variety of programs in Clallam and Jefferson counties.
Consejo Counseling and Referral Service
Consejo Counseling and Referral Service was founded in 1978 to provide culturally competent mental health services and substance abuse treatment to under-served, low-income Latino individuals and families throughout Washington.
Conservation Northwest protects and connects old-growth forests and other wild areas from the Washington Coast to the BC Rockies: vital to a healthy future for us, our children, and wildlife.
CoolMom organizes moms and families in local neighborhood groups to educate one another and make sustainable lifestyle choices to affect climate change.
Copious Love Productions
Copious Love is committed to writing, directing and producing our own completely original theatrical projects and enriching the theatrical community that we love so much in every way they can.
Copper Canyon Press
As the preeminent independent publisher of poetry, Copper Canyon Press fosters the work of emerging, established, and world-renowned poets for an expanding audience.
Cornish College of the Arts
Cornish College of the Arts is nationally recognized as a premier college of the visual and performing arts offering Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in dance, theater, art, design and performance production, and a Bachelor of Music degree.
Country Doctor Community Health Centers
CDCHC has a 40 year history of providing access to quality healthcare services to underserved and at-risk populations (uninsured, homeless famillies, recent immigrants, students, recently unemployed, the unemployable).
Courts for Kids
Courts for Kids builds multi-use sports courts in impoverished communities around the world.
At a time when adolescents are beginning to question who they are and who they might become, Coyote opens up a world of possibilities for their young minds.
Enterprise Cascadia is a certified non-profit CDFI helping businesses, individuals and organizations create solutions to the challenges confronting communities in Washington and Oregon.
Creative Dance Center
The Creative Dance Center (CDC) is a non-profit organization offering a unique dance education to people of all ages.
Since 1964, Crisis Clinic has provided crisis intervention and information and referral to anyone in King County needing immediate assistance.
CRISTA is a family of ministries that serve people worldwide through education, global relief and development, senior living and media.
Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America - Northwest Chapter
The goal of CCFA is to support Northwest patients through support services, patient education, professional education and patients’ rights advocacy. CCFA is also committed to funding local research in support of better therapies and ultimately, a cure.
Crooked Trails is an educational non-profit fighting the negative cultural and environmental impacts of travel on host countries and local communities and helping people broaden their understanding of the planet and its diverse cultures.
Crosscut Public Media
Crosscut Public Media is a leading national example of "next-media" journalism at the local level: web-only, local-only, membership-supported, open-minded, and free to all readers.
Dai Bai Zan Cho Bo Zen Temple
Dai Bai Zan Cho Bo Zen Temple (Great Plum Mountain - Listening to the Dharma Zen Temple) is a Seattle Zen Temple in the Rinzai Dharma line.
DanceJENKINSDance is a professional dance company dedicated to serving the community as an educational arts organization through public performances, workshops, lecture-demonstrations, and classes.
Deaf-Blind Service Center
The Deaf-Blind Service Center believes communication is the core issue in providing quality services to deaf-blind people.
Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association
The mission of Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association is an integrated community agency whose mission is to engage residents, businesses, and institutions in building a thriving Delridge.
Denise Louie Education Center
Denise Louie Education Center (DLEC) provides educational services to over 200 at-risk children and families through the form of prevention, early intervention, and family and community partnerships.
Denny Sealth Performing Arts
Denny Sealth Performing Arts (CSPA) supports the performing arts departments of Chief Sealth International High School and Denny International Middle School.
Densho: The Japanese American Legacy Project
Densho (meaning "legacy") provides the most comprehensive resource on the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans to educate students and the general public about the necessity of preserving civil liberties even in times of strife.
Design in Public
Design in Public promotes design to create a more livable Seattle.
Diocese of Olympia
The Diocese of Olympia is the Episcopal Church in Western Washington. The Office of the Bishop is located on Capitol Hill in Seattle and serves 98 congregations and 32,000 Episcopalians from Canada to Oregon to the base of the Cascade Mountains.
Direct Relief International
Direct Relief’s programs strengthen the capacity of healthcare facilities to provide care to vulnerable populations by delivering needed pharmaceuticals and medical supplies at no cost.
Disability Rights Washington
Disability Rights Washington (DRW) advances the dignity, equality, and self-determination of people with disabilities.
DiscNW runs ultimate leagues, tournaments, camps, and clinics throughout the year.
Dispute Resolution Center of King County
The Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) provides low-cost mediation & conflict resolution services in King County. We help people resolve conflicts outside of the court room for a variety of disputes.
Diverse Harmony is one of the nation's first gay-straight youth alliance to express themselves through the musical arts.
Divine Alternatives for Dads Services
DADS is a grassroots, urban, 501(c)(3) serving fathers in need of social, educational, and spiritual support in order to rebuild their families after the father's incarceration or absence.
DKB Fund partners with local hospitals to provide un/under-insured women in the local community access to free mammogram screenings.
Docomomo WEWA promotes appreciation and awareness of modern architecture and design in Western Washington through education and advocacy.
Domestic Abuse Women's Network
DAWN's sole purpose is to provide critical services and resources for women and their children affected by domestic violence. We have the only emergency confidential shelter in South King County.
Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County
Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County works within the community to create an environment which is safe, responsive and supportive of domestic violence victims and their children and fosters dignity, respect, hope and self determination.
Douglass Youth Golf
Douglass Youth Development Program is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of underprivileged youths through golf instruction and life coaching.
Downtown Action to Save Housing
Downtown Action to Save Housing (DASH), located in Bellevue, Washington, creates desirable, viable housing for lower to moderate income households to provide security, community, and opportunity for financial advancement.
Downtown Emergency Service Center
DESC opened its doors 30 years ago as an emergency shelter; someplace for vulnerable adults living with behavioral health disorders, mental illness, and chronic homelessness to come in out of the cold for a night.
Dream Playground Foundation
The Dream Playground Foundation, a Washington not-for-profit corporation with all-volunteer staffing and a fourteen-member Board of Directors, built and maintains a 12,000 square foot community playground for use by local residents and visitors.
Drybones is a multidisciplinary collective of artists who long for more in a thirsty world. We inspire and empower our audiences through art to create positive changes within our community.
Dungeness River Audubon Center
Our amenities include a 28 acre park, 1300 feet of river frontage, a 0.7 mile of level paved trail and historic trestle and bridge, and a 1,600 square foot building.
Duvall Foundation for the Arts
Duvall Foundation for the Arts (DFA) promotes creativity, diversity, and cultural awareness by supporting the arts and arts education in the lower Snoqualmie Valley, WA.
Duvall Friends of the Library
Duvall Friends of the Library is an all volunteer organization that provides financial support for the programs and services of the Duvall Public Library.
Dynamic is an innovative union between nonprofit organizations, social ventures, and world-class professionals all devoted to the lives of children with special needs and the people who love them.
E.B. Dunn Historic Garden Trust
The Trust seeks to preserve the 1915 7.5 acre garden, a rare Northwest example of 'Country Place' era Olmsted residential design in North Seattle.
Since 1990, the Environmental Education Association of Washington (EEAW) has been the professional home for environmental and sustainability educators and their supporters.
Early Music Guild
The Early Music Guild provides the highest level of early music concert presentation through its five-concert International Series and Baroque Opera presentations.
Earth Economics provides robust, science-based, ecologically sound economic analysis, policy recommendations and tools to positively transform regional, national and international economics, and asset accounting systems.
EarthCorps' mission is to build global community through local environmental service.
EarthShare Washington provides opportunities for individuals, employers and organizations to support a healthy and sustainable environment through collaboration and focused giving.
East African Community Services
EACS provides advocacy, information, culturally specific support, and social services for the approximately 30,000 East African refugees & immigrants currently living in King County.
Easter Seals Washington
Most of us take living, learning, working and playing for granted. For people with disabilities and families in crisis, experiencing these everyday components of a full life can be a struggle.
Eastside Academy (EA) serves teens who have experienced challenges such as homelessness, drug and alcohol addiction, dysfunctional and abusive homes, criminal history, mental health issues and expulsion from public schools.
Eastside Baby Corner
Eastside Baby Corner (EBC) provides basic necessities for children so that EBC's family-assistance partners (schools, social service agencies, food banks, hospitals) can help families become stable, safe, housed, fed and employed.
Eastside Friends of Seniors
Eastside Friends of Seniors provides free, volunteer-based services to frail and disabled elders who live independently in the greater Issaquah, Bellevue, Sammamish, and Snoqualmie Valley communities.
Eastside Heritage Center
Eastside Heritage Center is committed to preserving the past, building community and connecting people with their heritage.
Eastside Legal Assistance Program
There is a substantial unmet need for civil legal services by low and moderate income people and victims/survivors of domestic violence. ELAP provides legal services using volunteer attorneys and a staff attorney and paralegal.
Eastside Preparatory School
Eastside Prep (EPS) is a co-ed college preparatory school that serves 296 students in grades five through twelve, and will soon grow to 350 students.
Economic Opportunity Institute
Economic Opportunity Institute (EOI) is dedicated to researching, developing, and advancing solutions to the most pressing economic security problems confronting low-income and, increasingly, middle class families in our state.
Edge provides its innovative coaching innovation to students impacted by the executive functioning impairment associated with ADHD—with an emphasis on youth from low-income families and communities of color.
The EdLab Group leverages the power of technology, diversity and leadership to transform teaching and learning.
Edmonds Center for the Arts
Edmonds Center for the Arts will inspire creativity, learning and growth through performing arts presentations, community partnerships and education outreach programs.
Edmonds Community College Foundation
The Edmonds Community College Foundation helps students achieve their dreams. We offer scholarships to needy students so they can begin the journey to a brighter future at Edmonds Community College.
Edmonds Public Education Foundation
The Edmonds Public Schools Foundation, (Edmonds PSF), is a community-based non-profit organization committed to creating opportunities for students to maximize their personal, creative and academic potential.
Education Across Borders
Education Across Borders (EAB) works in partnership with marginalized communities in the Dominican Republic to create lasting solutions to extreme poverty through education, community development, and service-learning programs.
EE values the power of education to positively change people's lives, and we believe everyone should have equal access and quality
Educurious delivers a deep, collaborative learning experience that bridges the classroom and the real world.
El Centro de la Raza
El Centro de la Raza is a voice and a hub for Seattle and Martin Luther King, Jr. County's Latino community, advocating and working to achieve social justice.
Elder and Adult Day Services
Supporting Elder and Adult Day Services (EADS) helps provide better lives for frail seniors, adults with developmental disabilities and those who care for them.
Our mission is to recognize and nurture the value and wholeness of older adults, regardless of their cognitive or physical ability, and to meet their need to experience life deeply in the present.
Elizabeth Gregory Home
EGH provides crucial services for homeless women - transitional housing, a day center & case management linking those we serve to supportive resources.
Emerald Cities Seattle
Emerald Cities Seattle is one of ten cities in the Emerald Cities Collaborative, a national non-profit committed to building a new economy for America in the sustainability sector.
Emergency Assistance for Seattle Employees
Your generous donations to EASE will be able to give financial assistance to City employees facing loss of housing, high medical bills, domestic violence and other catastrophic circumstances.
Emergency Feeding Program of Seattle & King County
The Emergency Feeding Program (EFP) packs 14 different varieties of nonperishable, nutritionally balanced emergency grocery bags and distributes them through a network of over 130 partner organizations.
Emergency Food Network
Emergency Food Network's (EFN) primary purspose is to provide a nutritious supply of food to local emergency food programs to ensure that all Pierce County residents have access to food when needed.
EMP is a place for visitors of all ages and skill levels to discover their creative potential through the museum’s culturally-attuned public programs that encourage lifelong habits of curiosity and learning.
Encompass supports children and families in the Snoqualmie Valley and the East Side.
Endangered Species Project
Endangered Species Project/ESP lends voice to plays that are now silent on our bookshelves—plays of outstanding merit that are “endangered.”
Enterprise Community Partners Seattle
Enterprise helps communities across Seattle and the Pacific Northwest create and improve decent, affordable housing for individuals and families with low and modest incomes.
Entre Hermanos is primarily involved in HIV prevention work through community outreach and education in the Latino community.
Enumclaw Schools Foundation
The Enumclaw Schools Foundation (ESF) is a community organization working to bridge the gap between the funds the state provides for basic education and the funding needed to provide students with the education they need for a successful future.
Environmental Coalition of South Seattle
Environmental Coalition of South Seattle (ECOSS) helps small businesses and low-income communities, without the resources and knowledge, to create positive environmental change.
Environmental Science Center
ESC's programs are designed to spark and nurture an interest in science, math and environmental stewardship for all residents of south King County.
Environmental Works (EW) advocates for the improvement of the physical, economic and social environment by providing sustainable architectural and planning services to low-income community groups throughout the northwest.
The Envision Cascadia (EC) website project provides a means for the populous of the Pacific Northwest to locate and utilize local and environmentally sustainable options when making purchases.
Epilepsy Foundation Northwest
Epilepsy Foundation Northwest (EFNW) is the principal advocate for the epilepsy community in Oregon, Washington, Alaska with support to Montana and northern Idaho.
Equal Rights Washington Education Fund
ERW Education Fund works in conjunction with Equal Rights Washington to educate the public, organize the movement for equality, and influence policy makers.
Eritrean Association in Greater Seattle
The Eritrean Association in Greater Seattle was created in 1994 to support and build a stronger community among Eritreans who came to Seattle as refugees from Eritrea’s war of independence.
Eritrean Community in Seattle and Vicinity
The Eritrean community In Seattle and Vicinity(ECISV) has been an operational agency for the refugees and immigrants of Eritrea and East African descents in Seattle since 1983.
eSe Teatro is a company of professional theatre artists from the greater Seattle area actively promoting diversity in the local art scene, building artistic bridges w/local, underserved populations & providing a sense of place for Latino artists.
Esperanza International Foundation
The mission of Esperanza International is to free children and their families from poverty through initiatives that generate income, education and health, restoring self-worth and dignity to those who have lost hope.
Ethiopian Community in Seattle
The Ethiopian Community in Seattle in Seattle (ECS) is the first grassroots organization founded by Ethiopian immigrants residing in greater Puget Sound.
Ethnic Heritage Council
The Ethnic Heritage Council (EHC) advances cross-cultural understanding and informs area residents about the ethnic experience in the Northwest through festivals, workshops, meetings and publications.
Everett Public Schools Foundation
We are partners in education; maintaining a mutually strategic direction. The Foundation works to address the needs of our students and educators not met by federal,state, and local levy funds.
Evergreen City Ballet
The Evergreen City Ballet (ECB) was established as both a ballet academy providing professional quality training, and as a performing company.
Evergreen Healthcare Foundation
Evergreen Healthcare is a state-certified, licensed, integrated nonprofit healthcare system that offers a full range of clinical and support services.
Evergreen Treatment Services
Evergreen Treatment Services (ETS) endeavors to provide evidence-based addiction treatment and acse management services to adults.
Evoke Productions’ mission is to provide opportunities and venues for talented dancers and choreographers to present their passion for contemporary dance in the Seattle area.
Explorer West Middle School
Explorer West Middle School embraces the energy and enthusiasm of diverse young people on the journey to adulthood by fostering confidence and discovery.
Express Advantage works in close partnership with Express Credit Union to provide mainstream financial services to people usually excluded from traditional banking opportunities.
Facing Homelessness is about raising awareness for those living without shelter and other basic needs through the sharing of photos and personal stories that highlight their beauty.
Facing the Future
At Facing the Future we believe in the transformative power of widespread, systemic education to improve lives and communities, both locally and globally.
Faith Action Network
We build bridges within the faith community and between the religious and secular world. We work to deepen relationships with one another and promote the common good in our communities, state, nation, and the world.
FaithTrust Institute is a multifaith, multicultural training and education organization.
Fall City Historical Society
The goal of The Fall City Historical Society is to create a collection system that will appropriately catalog and care for local historical items and to make them available in many ways to the community.
Families Like Ours, Inc.
Families Like Ours is an independent adoption organization providing youth and family support, education and adoptive family recruitment for at-risk foster youth needing permanency.
Family Law CASA of King County
Family Law CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) serves as the voice of children in court when their parents are involved in contested paternity, divorce, and third party custody cases.
FamilyWorks is a community-based food bank and family resource center. FamilyWorks distributes food to low income individuals and families to the food through the food bank and a home delivery program.
FareStart's services target some of our community's highest-risk and hardest-to-serve residents. All are homeless or at high risk of homelessness.
Farms For Life
Farms for Life connects small local farmers to people who have limited access to healthy produce, particularly those in transition from homelessness.
Fathers and Sons Together (FAST)
Fathers and Sons Together (a.k.a. FAST) is a nonprofit Christian corporation that establishes intergenerational fellowship groups for men.
Fauntleroy Children's Center
Fauntleroy Children's Center is a nationally accredited nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the community and families of the greater West Seattle area by offering high quality childcare in an educational environment.
Federal Way Chorale
The goal of the Federal Way Chorale is musical excellence. Through our performances, we seek to become recognized as one of the Northwest's premier choral organizations.
Federal Way Senior Center
The Center offers seniors and other members of our community a rich array of recreational, learning and service-leadership opportunities – functioning always as a place where seniors come to play, learn and serve.
Federal Way Symphony
The Federal Way Symphony has been in existence in the South Puget Sound region for almost 29 years, contributing to a strong arts community and an improved quality of life for its residents.
Feed Washington pools the individual donations and distributes funds to those organizations who are on ground level, with a proven track record of efficiently and effectively feeding our State’s kids.
FEEST is a weekly youth-run dinner program that engages young people at Evergreen, Chief Sealth, and Nova High Schools on issues of civic and social justice, food security, and cultural expression, and community development.
Feet First provides innovative Safe Routes to School programs, creates walking maps, advocates for policies and funding favorable to walking, conducts walking audits, and creates pedestrian curriculum.
Feiro Marine Life Center
Feiro Marine Life Center (FMLC) is fondly known in the community as "the jewel of the waterfront". The center hosts public exhibits representative of the marine life inhabiting the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project
Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project saves the lives of homeless cats by providing access to high volume spay/neuter surgery in a safe and humane environment.
Filipino Community of Seattle
The Filipino Community of Seattle’s mission is to promote Filipino American ethnic pride, diversity, and unity, advocate for educational, socioeconomic, and political empowerment and provide relevant and effective community programs and services.
Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance
Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance (FHNA) brings neighbors in the Finn Hill area of Kirkland together through land conservation and environmental stewardship programs.
First Book - Clallam County
First Book-Clallam County is a non-profit organization whose single mission is to give children from low-income families the opportunity to read and keep their own first new books.
First Place serves families in crisis by providing excellent culturally competent education, housing and support services enabling families to achieve permanent stability. We help low income children and their families achieve self-sufficiency.
First Step Family Support Center
First Step Family Support Center has provided support and education services to thousands of local Clallam County families as part of the agency mission to promote the healthy development of children and families for over thirty years.
Flash Volunteer is a web-based social network and community-building tool focused on increasing volunteerism in Seattle.
Flying House Productions
Formed in 1979, Flying House Productions—the parent company of Seattle Men’s Chorus and Seattle Women’s Chorus—is the state of Washington’s largest and most influential choral organization.
Food Lifeline feeds hungry people by stocking the shelves and filling the tables of nearly 300 food banks, meal programs and shelters throughout Western Washington. Together, we provide 27 million meals for hungry people every year.
Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
Our school culture is rooted in a 207 year old Sacred Heart history of finding the best ways young women learn, and we use the technologies and educational research of today to shape our teaching.
Our work tackles the grave environmental challenges brought on by the reckless destruction and pollution of forests and other natural areas by industries around the world.
As we look out into the next century, protecting our region's natural treasures is what will determine our quality of life and prosperity.
Foss Home and Village
Through Short Term Rehabilitation, Long Term Nursing, Memory Care and Assisted Living, Foss provides quality care and compassionate support to restore dignity and independence.
Four Winds Camp
Four Winds Westward Ho is a summer camp for boys and girls age 6 to 18 on 150 acres of woods, fields and waterfront on Orcas Island in Washington state’s San Juan Islands.
Franciscan Health System (FHS) is a values-based organization with a 120-year history of providing trusted care and community service.
Freedom Education Project Puget Sound
The Freedom Education Project Puget Sound (FEPPS) benefits Washington State prisoners and their families by offering pre-college and college classes in prison leading to an Associate of Arts and Science degree in prison
Freedom Project addresses the violence in our culture and fosters community safety by teaching the communication and life skills provided in Nonviolent Communication.
Freehold Theatre Lab Studio
We at Freehold believe theatre should inspire people to embrace the full range of human experience and connect us all more deeply to ourselves and to each other.
Fremont Abbey Arts Center
Abbey Arts curates arts & cultural events at unusual spaces around Seattle and at our home venue, Fremont Abbey Arts Center.
Fremont Community School
Fremont Community School is a Waldorf-inspired preschool offering a nature based learning environment for children ages 2 ½ to 5.
Fremont Community Therapy Project
We provide psychological assessment, low cost psychotherapy, with an emphasis on trauma treatment, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy skills groups.
French Immersion School of Washington
FISW blends the curriculum from the French Ministry of Education with the best of Washington State, creating a nurturing yet rigorous program that combines the strengths of both methods and philosophies.
Friend to Friend America
Friend to Friend matches volunteers to visit one-on-one with lonely residents who benefit from having a personal visitor, someone who cares about just them.
Friends of Art Zone
Friends of Art Zone (fund raising component of Art Zone with Nancy Guppy television /web) provides artists with a way to connect to their audiences thru informational video profiles, performances, interviews, conversations and calendar links.
Friends of KEXP
KEXP is an award-winning public radio station that people from all over the world can tune in to experience and discover a mix of music that can't be found anywhere else.
Friends of Sealth - IB Scholarship Fund
The Friends of Sealth is a non-profit corporation supporting the academics, arts, activities, athletics, and alumni of Chief Sealth International High School.
Friends of the Cedar River Watershed
The Cedar River Watershed provides nearly a million King County residents with naturally filtered drinking water, one of only six major metropolitan areas in the nation to be served by a protected watershed.
Friends of the Children - Seattle
Friends of the Children is a pioneer mentoring program based on the principle that the most vulnerable children can become healthy, productive adults with a consistent, caring adult in their lives.
Friends of the Earth
We work to improve federal policies and corporate actions as they relate to the environment and human health.
Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery
The Issaquah hatchery is a unique "outdoor laboratory" to learn up close about salmon and watershed stewardship. Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery (FISH) supports this hatchery.
Friends of the Orphans - Northwest Region
Friends of the Orphans is dedicated to improving the lives of orphaned, abandoned, and disadvantaged children through our support of the Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos network of 10 orphanages throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
FRIENDS of the San Juans
FRIENDS’ work reverberates throughout the Salish Sea in the form of solution-oriented actions, creative public-private partnerships, innovative applied science, and community-based programs.
Friends of the Trail
Friends of the Trail cares for and enhances the environmental and scenic qualities, public safety, and recreational opportunities provided on our public lands and waterways throughout Washington state for all people, now and in the future.
Friends of Third Place Commons
Friends of Third Place Commons is an effective organization with the significant mission of providing accessible community space and creating opportunities for people of all ages, regardless of their income level or physical abilities.
Friends of Youth
With over60 years of experience and national accreditation, Friends of Youth's goal is to ensure that all youth have every opportunity to succeed.
Frye Art Museum
Since 1952, the Frye Art Museum has been a living legacy of the patronage of Charles and Emma Frye, providing visitors a wide array of historical and contemporary exhibitions free of charge.
The Fulcrum Foundation provides financial assistance in order to keep our region's Catholic schools accessible and excellent. We serve 73 schools from Bellingham to Vancouver, WA.
Full Life Care
Full Life Care (formerly ElderHealth Northwest) is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for frail elders and people with chronic or terminal illnesses and disabilities.
Fuse Innovation Fund
Our goal is to help secure major advances in public policy by using the power of stronger communications and real people working together to generate more effective leadership from decision makers.
As Washington's premier Smart Growth advocate, Futurewise creates long-term solutions to increase the quality of life for both our urban and rural residents.
Gage Academy of Art
Gage offers our region an accessible, professional-level, multi-generational art school and a dynamic contemporary art center.
Garfield Jazz Foundation
The Garfield Jazz Foundation raises money to support The Garfield High School Jazz Ensemble, an award winning ensemble from Garfield High School in Seattle. The Foundation is committed to maintaining the vibrant, unique American art form that is jazz.
Gay City Health Project
Gay City Health Project is a multicultural gay men's health organization and the leading community-based provider of HIV and STD testing in King County.
We provide housing for up to 2 years for homeless pregnant and parenting teens ages 13-18 and long term for elderly/disabled persons.
Gender Odyssey/Gender Diversity is an education, support, and training organization committed to increasing awareness and understanding of the normal range of gender variations in children, adolescents, and adults.
The goal of the Gender Personal project is to foster much-needed awareness, understanding and acceptance of gender variance.
George Pocock Rowing Foundation
Through outreach to underrepresented communities, advocacy for construction of rowing facilities, coaching education, the GPRF supports the health, education, and pursuit of excellence by our community - from beginners to Olympic athletes.
Get Lit! Programs
Each spring, the Get Lit! Festival invites selected authors to Spokane to share their work and their passion for writing.
Ghost Light Theatricals
Ghost Light Theatricals is a local fringe theatre in Ballard that not only produces four theatrical productions a year, but also rents out their space, the Ballard Underground to other theatre companies for a fee.
Giddens School offers Preschool through 5th Grade children a strong, academic foundation to prepare them for the 21st century world.
Gilda's Club Seattle
We offer a comprehensive program of support to everyone touched by any type of cancer at any stage of the disease. Our services are free and we are not affiliated with any particular hospital or medical facility.
Girl Scouts Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho
Girl Scouts Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho's strategic plan includes the vision to have the capacity to serve girls throughout the council and be the pre-eminent leadership development organization for girls.
Girl Scouts of Western Washington
Girl Scouts allows girls to discover their own style of leadership by giving them access to life-changing experiences that inspire them to do something big.
Girls on the Run Puget Sound
Our Girls on the Run (GOTR) participants learn vital health, wellness and life skills they are not learning in school.
We are a Seattle charity which provides grants and support to non-governmental organizations working to alleviate poverty and build civil society in Cuba.
Global Foundation For Children With Hearing Loss
The Global Foundation For Children With Hearing Loss aims to make a direct impact on the futures of deaf and hard of hearing children by providing them with access to the technology, education, and resources.
Global Insular Conservation Society
Global Insular Conservation Society's (GICS) mission is to actively address current challenges to wildlfe and habitat conservation on island ecosystems in our areas of geographic focus.
Global Partnerships supports the expansion of microfinance by investing capital and management expertise in microfinance institutions (MFIs) in Latin America who in turn make financial and social services available to people living in poverty.
We partner with numerous other local and international organizations committed to our common goal for global social justice and environmental protection.
Global Washington convenes members of Washington State’s global development community to generate new opportunities for growth and advocates across key global development issues at the local, national and international level.
Go the Second Mile
Go the Second Mile – Travel for the Sake of Others is a non-profit travel organization serving the poor and marginalized in the two-thirds world.
We manufacture and provide a free head wrap or scarf to anyone experiencing hair thinning or loss due to illness or treatment
Camp Goodtimes West was established in 1984 to provide a camp environment for children affected by childhood cancer where they can recapture the joys of childhood.
GOT GREEN leads community organizing efforts, public policy advocacy, and job training programs to ensure that the benefits of the new, green economy are widely available to low income communities of color.
Grameen Foundation helps the world's poorest by helping local microfinance institutions reach more people with appropriate financial services, such as small loans and microsavings.
Since its founding in 1983, Grassroots International has promoted global justice by partnering with social change organizations, providing over $13 million in cash support over two decades.
Greater Everett Community Foundation
The Greater Everett Community Foundation continues to serve as a growing, permanent community asset, built by gifts and bequests from hundreds of individuals, families and businesses.
Greater King County Police Activities League
Greater King County Police Activities League (GKCPAL) is a youth crime prevention program that uses mentoring, educational, athletic and recreational activities to create trust and understanding between police officers and youth.
Greater Maple Valley Community Center
GMVCC provides community-based programs that offer healthy choices and alternatives to reduce neglect and isolation, and prevent violence and substance abuse.
Green Plate Special
We engage low-income, ethnically diverse, middle school students (ages 10 – 14) through school time, after-school, and summer programs in our food garden and kitchen-classroom.
Green River Community College Foundation
The GRCC Foundation was founded in 1975 by a group of community members to meet the needs of Green River Community College and its students for which no state funding exists.
Greenbank Farm is a community-founded nonprofit organization which manages 151 acres of publicly owned space and an historic farm, located at the center of Whidbey Island.
Greenpeace is an independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful direct action and creative communication to expose global environmental problems and promote solutions that are essential for a green and peaceful future.
GreenStage has been presenting free performances of live theatre for over twenty years in the Seattle area. Our main focus is Shakespeare and other classic plays, which we present during the summer in outdoor locations.
Grist is the nation's preeminent environmental news site, with a monthly audience of 800,000 users.
Groundswell has been creating community parks and habitat in NW Seattle for over twenty years through advocacy, planning, public education and hands-on opportunities to build and maintain public open spaces.
GroundUP Organics is an urban organics composting project that recruits and engages youth and young adult interns in the process of recapturing, processing and redistributing organic compostable materials from sources located in their community.
Group Health Foundation
Everyone should have the gift of health. In service of this ideal, the Group Health Foundation engages donors to fund practical and profound innovations that help Group Health members and our communities live healthier lives.
GSBA Scholarship Fund
GSBA supports our community's future leaders by providing financial resources, role-modeling and hope to outstanding LGBTQA students.
Guide Dogs for the Blind
GDB is the nation’s leading Guide Dog school, pairing carefully bred and trained dogs with people who are visually impaired to create highly functional mobility teams.
Hamlin Robinson School
HRS provides a program specifically for children with dyslexia and other language differences. HRS also provides dyslexia education, research, training and information.
Hamomi Children's Centre
Hamomi Children's Centre improves the lives of orphaned and vulnerable children in the slums of Nairobi by developing adults with the skills necessary to improve their social and economic condition.
Hanford Challenge helps to create a future for Hanford that secures human health and safety, advances accountability, and promotes a sustainable environmental and economic legacy for the Pacific Northwest.
Harmony Hill Retreat Center
The Cancer Program at Harmony Hill serves those who have been affected by a cancer diagnosis (at any stage of diagnosis or recovery) including caregivers and loved-ones.
HeadStrong is a 501(c) 3 organization serving youth and young adults living with brain injury in western Washington.
HEAL Africa’s hospital and community development work address the root causes of illness and poverty for the people of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Health Leadership International
HLISeattle, an all-volunteer nonprofit of health professionals and educators, partners with the Lao Ministry of Health to train health workers in Lao PDR.
HealthPoint’s network of 12 medical and four dental centers serve families and individuals in King County. Our target population is low-income, marginalized, under- or uninsured residents.
Hearing Loss Association of Washington
HLA-WA provides information and resources that those with hearing loss and their families can utilize to help manage their hearing loss and maintain personal relationships.
Hearing, Speech & Deafness Center
The Hearing, Speech & Deafness Center (HSDC) provides clinical services, therapy, education, advocacy and technology (often at no cost or for reduced fees) to ensure effective communication.
Heart of America Northwest Research Center
Heart of America Northwest is a regional non-profit public interest organization that has spent over twenty years fighting for the timely clean-up of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.
Hedgebrook writer's retreat on Whidbey Island offers one of the few residency programs in the world exclusively dedicated to supporting the creative process of women writers.
Hepatitis Education Project
The Hepatitis Education Project (HEP) was founded in 1933 by a group of patients and medical professionals who wanted to provide support and education to others living with chronic hepatitis.
HERO House is a top level International Center for Clubhouse Development and Washington State Certified Model of Psychiatric Rehabilitation serving adults diagnosed with mental illness living in the East Puget Sound.
Heroes for the Homeless
Heroes for the Homeless has chosen to serve the most vulnerable of the homeless, those living outdoors without organized shelter.
Highline Historical Society
The mission of the Highline Historical Society is to collect, preserve and tell the stories of the Highline region and its people.
Highline Medical Center Foundation
Highline Medical Center includes two healthcare campuses and more than 20 clinics across Southwest King County. We offer access to leading medical experts supported by sophisticated technology.
Hillel at the University of Washington
Hillel UW is a place where everyone can find a niche from the minimally involved student who wants a chance to meet others like them to budding student leaders who develop the skills to go on to become activists and civic leaders.
Hillside Student Community School
Hillside Student Community School is dedicated to teaching students to think critically and creatively and to embrace their future with confidence.
Hilltop Children's Center
Serving as the guardians of childhood since 1971, Hilltop Children's Center is a not-for-profit school of inquiry, of intention, and of distinction in the central Seattle area for children aged 2 to 10.
Hilltop House fulfills its mission by providing safe, secure and affordable housing and a meal program for residents 62 and older.
Historic Seattle Preservation Foundation
Historic Seattle preserves, owns and manages buildings. It also presents tours, lectures, fairs and workshops. Historic Seattle takes a leadership role in educating policy makers on the effects of proposals and the need for preservation alternatives.
HistoryLink.org provides a free, authoritative, and easily accessible history reference for the benefit of students, teachers, journalists, scholars, researchers, and the general public.
Hoh River Trust
The Hoh River Trust's work is focused in three areas; restoration, stewardship, and outreach. With just under 7,000 acres under its ownership, the Trust is working to restore the industrial timberland to a more naturally evolving condition.
Hokubei Hochi Foundation
The foundation seeks to preserve the rich legacy and history of our Nikkei and Japanese community through digitization of the entire North American Post newspaper collection dating back to 1902.
Hollow Earth Radio
Found in 2006, Hollow Earth Radio (HER) provides 24 hours of web-only freeform audio broadcast completely produced by volunteer djs, an annual music festival, and audio workshops for youth and adults.
Holy Names Academy
This Catholic secondary school serves young women of diverse ethnic, economic, and religious backgrounds. The Academy seeks to prepare young women for lives of leadership and loving service.
Holy Rosary Parish
We are a Roman Catholic Parish and School. We serve the community through worship, education and service to the greater community.
HomeSight is a nonprofit community development corporation founded in 1990.
Homestead Community Land Trust
Homestead Community Land Trust (CLT) provides affordable home ownership opportunities to working families in Seattle and unincorporated King County via the community land trust approach.
Homeward Pet Adoption Center
As one of the leading NO-KILL shelters for dogs and cats in the state, Homeward Pet adopts over 1300 animals each year to loving homes.
HONK! Fest West
HONK! Fest West is a three day mobile music festival with roaming musicians, dancers and celebration in public spaces around Seattle.
Believing that "together we grow," Hope Center addresses homelessness through clinical counseling, nutritious meals, a caring environment, and community support -- all in a mutually transforming process.
Hope Heart Institute
The Hope Heart Institute has a dual mission of research and education so that we can make heart disease - America's leading cause of death - more treatable, beatable, and preventable.
Hopelink provides a full array of critical social services through dozens of different programs, including housing, transportation, case management, financial assistance, employment programs, adult education and literacy training.
Horn of Africa Services
Horn of Africa Services (HOAS) is a multi-lingual, multicultural nonprofit organization offering individual and family counseling and referral services.
Horse Harbor Foundation
Known as "Harmony Farm" for our mission of creating harmony between horses and humans, the location serves as a vital need to provide sanctuaries for unwanted horses, to save them from unwarranted slaughter or lives of neglect.
Hospice of Kitsap County
Hospice of Kitsap County provides comprehensive end of life medical care and emotional support to terminally ill patients and their families and community bereavement counseling.
Hospitality House is a 9-bed shelter located in Burien, provides culturally-sensitive, safe, transitional (up to 90 days) shelter for single homeless women.
Housing Development Consortium of Seattle-King County
HDC is the professional association for organizations and businesses committed to creating and providing affordable housing for local low income and special needs residents through production and rehabilitation and via public policy advocacy.
Housing Hope serves homeless, very low- and low-income families at 17 sites scattered throughout Snohomish County. Residents receive wrap-around services including case management and employment counseling.
Humanities Washington enables individuals to build strong educational foundations and engage in lifelong learning.
Hunger Intervention Program
HIP's programs aim to empower low-income and other economically and socially disadvantaged individuals by providing nutritional meals and basic cooking skills in a dignity-preserving fashion where clients' cultures are celebrated and respected.
iLEAP designs and delivers a variety of experiential educational programs that serve as the catalyst for a new generation of global citizens, and, work to nurture meaningful collaborations between people, organizations, and community.
By providing 425 units of affordable rental housing in the most expensive communities in Washington, Imagine Housing gives homeless and low-income individuals the opportunity to remain in their communities.
Immanuel Community Services
Immanuel Community Services operates four programs to serve people who are hungry, homeless, or recovering from addiction to drugs and/or alcohol.
Impact Capital's work helps transform distressed communities and neighborhoods into healthy ones good places to live, work, do business, and raise families.
Independence Guide Dogs
Independence Guide Dogs trains and places German Shepherd Guide Dogs with blind individuals of all ages and backgrounds.
Independent Colleges of Washington
Independent Colleges of Washington (ICW) is a nonprofit association of the 10 private, liberal arts colleges in the state of Washington. As an advocate for higher education, ICW strives to make college education affordable and accessible to all students.
India Association of Western Washington
IAWW provides a common identity to the Indian community and facilitate cultural, social and educational services for cultural integration from young to old of the community; as well as fostering mutual understanding and appreciation.
Infectious Disease Research Institute
Infectious Disease Research Institute (IDRI) develops novel, advanced products for the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of neglected diseases of poverty.
Informal Science Education Consortium
The Informal Science Education Consortium seeks to work together to inspire more Washington state students to pursue and engage in scientific inquiry and engineering in order to understand and participate in solving our world’s most challenging problems.
Ingraham Performing Arts Boosters
We are a group of parents, alumni and community members who raise funds to benefit students in drama/musical theater, stage arts, concert band, jazz band, marching band & color guard, percussion ensemble, orchestra, chamber music and IB Music.
Ingraham Rocket Club
Ingraham Rocket Club, the only high school rocket club in the Seattle Public Schools, provides opportunities for students to design, build, and fly low- and high-powered rockets.
Inspire Youth Project
The mentors, volunteers, and staff of Rise n’ Shine assist in the emotional health and development of kids and teens affected by HIV, and in supporting the physical and mental health of their families.
Institute for Community Leadership
ICL develops academic achievement, civic engagement, and environmental sustainability programming in 40 school districts of the Puget Sound Region with a focus on South King County.
Interfaith Community Health Center
Interfaith Community Health Center (ICHC) provides primary medical, dental, and behavioral health services. To assure that services are accessible to everyone within their ability to pay, Interfaith provides a sliding fee scale.
Interfaith Task Force on Homelessness
ITFH has set forth its vision as being “the informed, reliable, and consistent voice of the religious community on homelessness in the Seattle and King County area.”
InterIm Community Development Association
We are a nonprofit community development agency based in Seattle's Chinatown/International District. We build and renovate affordable and mixed-use housing projects, lead neighborhood planning initiatives and promote community-building.
International Community Health Services
ICHS ensures that Asians, Native Hawaiians, and Other Pacific Islanders (A/NHOPIs) and other immigrants and refugees have access to quality health care services regardless of linguistic, cultural, or socioeconomic barriers.
International District Emergency Center
International District Emergency Center (IDEC) is a not for profit emergency service group that operates in the International District of Seattle. IDEC was started by local Asian American youth who saw a need for this service.
International Drop-In Center
International Drop-In Center (IDIC) is a community-based, nonprofit senior services center that provides safe and healthy caring programs, advocacy and assistance.
International Rescue Committee-Seattle
Since 1976 the IRC in Seattle has helped refugees invited to participate in the US Government's humanitarian refugee resettlement program. The IRS provides case management, housing placement and stabilization, and several other services.
International Smile Power
International Smile Power partners with people to improve and sustain dental health and build bridges of friendship around the world.
International Snow Leopard Trust
The Snow Leopard Trust is the oldest and largest organization in the world dedicated to the preservation of the wild snow leopard. The Trust tackles the complex social, economic, and environmental problems that threaten snow leopard survival.
Intiman Theatre Festival
Intiman Theater presents engaging dramatic work that celebrates the intimate relationship among artist, audience and language and, through the exploration of enduring themes, illuminates the shared human experience of our diverse community.
Invest in Youth
Invest in Youth is a business-to-youth tutoring program that connects elementary school students with professionals who volunteer to tutor one child on a weekly basis throughout the school year.
We provide basic supplies, access to school programs and other assistance to help level the playing field, giving these students the opportunity to reach their true potential.
InvestigateWest invests in original reporting with a clear bearing on public policy and corporate practice. In collaboration with public media and commercial newsrooms, IW is innovating to meet the information needs of our community.
Irish Reels Film Festival
The Irish Reels Film Festival was founded in 1997 with a goal to introduce Seattle audiences to stories that reflect the uniqueness of Irish life, by showcasing contemporary Irish films.
IslandWood is an innovative outdoor learning facility located on Bainbridge Island. IslandWood was built to provide inner-city children and economically challenged communities with a high quality residential environmental program.
Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank
The Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank provides food, clothing and related services to individuals and families who find themselves in need of basic necessities.
Issaquah History Museums
The Issaquah History Museums provide programs and activities for families and children, tourists, researchers, genealogists, and teachers. We also preserve the community's archives and photographs, holding it in the public trust in perpetuity.
Issaquah Schools Foundation
In partnership with the Issaquah School District, the Issaquah Schools Foundation drives resources to help all students acheive the promise of their academic potential.
Ivory Coast Medical Relief Team
ICMRT provides medical assistance to displaced and refugee populations of the Ivory Coast by partnering with local organizations.
Jack Straw Foundation
Jack Straw Productions is a center for artistic creation, experimentation, education, and presentation for individuals of all ages. Our artists range in age from youth to seniors and come from a variety of ethnic backgrounds.
JDRF Northwest Chapter
JDRF is the leader of the type 1 diabetes (T1D) community—unifying global efforts to cure, treat, and prevent T1D.
Jefferson County Genealogical Society
Jefferson County Genealogical Society (JCGS) collects and preserves records relating to individuals and families who have lived in Jefferson County, WA, providing family and local historians with valuable information.
Jefferson Land Trust
Our mission is to help the community to preserve open space, working lands and habitat in Jefferson County on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula of Washington State.
Jewish Family Service
Jewish Family Service (JFS) serves King County with comprehensive social services using a coordinated care model to people of all ages challenged by poverty, disability, aging, domestic violence, resettlement, addiction, and mental illness.
Jimi Hendrix Park Foundation
The Jimi Hendrix Park Foundation guides community collaboration to complete improvements to the park that are sustainable, original and influenced by the artistry of Jimi Hendrix.
Jobs for Washington Graduates
Jobs for Washington's Graduates catalyzes financial and volunteer support to advance the outcomes of Jobs for Washington's Graduates programs in helping at-risk youth overcome barriers so they stay in school.
Jolkona is currently the only microgiving organization to provide individualized proof of impact to each donor for every donation.
The Jubilee REACH Center (JRC) is focused on serving the greater Lake Hills community of Bellevue.
Jubilee Women's Center
Since 1983 Jubilee Women's Center has provided safe, affordable and supportive housing to homeless and low-income women in Seattle/King County.
Jumping Mouse Children's Center
Jumping Mouse Children's Center provides expressive mental health therapy unique to each child's needs. We support the child's healthy development for as long as it takes.
Justin Amorratanasuchad Scholarship Fund
The Justin Amorratanasuchad Film Scholarship Fund provides the area's only portable scholarship for advanced studies in film or television for promising graduates of Puget Sound area high school video production programs.
Kawabe Memorial House
Kawabe Memorial House is a 154 unit apartment building which is home to 170 seniors, mainly first generation immigrants.
A public media provider, KCTS 9s service mandate is to improve our regions quality of life through exceptional, relevant programming on-air, online and in the community.
Kennedy Catholic High School
Kennedy Catholic's mission is to graduate Leaders Following Christ in a school community that is accessible, diverse and committed to pursuing the fullest potential of every student.
Kent Community Foundation
The Kent Community Foundation was founded in 1986 as an affiliate of the Kent Chamber of Commerce to support education and the cultural arts in the greater Kent area, including Covington.
Kent East Hill Revitalization
Kent East Hill Revitalization (KEHR) is a group of residents, business owners, and community members working together to create a vibrant and livable community by drawing on the strengths of the people on Kent East Hill.
Kent Food Bank and Emergency Services
The Kent Food Bank and Emergency Services is a non-profit organization offering food, clothing and emergency financial assistance to low income families and individuals living within the Kent School District.
Kent International Festival Committee
Kent International Festival (KIF) is an amazing event dedicated to the celebration of heritage through diverse cultural cuisine, entertainment and exuberance.
Kent Parks Foundation
The Kent Parks Foundation benefits the citizens of Kent through our support of city parks and open spaces, adaptive recreation programs, sports and recreational activities for youth, the senior activity center, and Spotlight Series concerts.
Kent Youth and Family Services
KYFS provides early childhood education, mental health and chemical dependency clinical services, after school youth development, housing for homeless young adult mothers, and youth work training services.
Kids Discovery Museum
The Kids Discovery Museum provides a destination for children and their caregivers to explore art, science and culture through hands-on exhibits, daily art projects, and cultural and scientific programming.
Kids Without Borders
Kids Without Borders is an all-volunteer international non-governmental organization based in Sammamsih, WA. We engage and provide opportunities for youth (and adults) to serve their local and world communities.
KidsQuest Children's Museum
KidsQuest Children's Museum is an interactive, hands-on museum located in Factoria Mall in Bellevue that offers families an opportunity to explore, play and learn together in a fun, non-commercial, educational environment.
Killer Whale Tales
Our environmental science program is designed to promote the stewardship of the Puget Sound killer whales and their habitat by teaching children about the species and the human impacts on it.
Kin On Community Health Care
Kin On is an award-winning skilled nursing and long-term care provider committed to maximizing the quality of life for Asian seniors and families in Greater Seattle.
Kindering Center targets children ages 0-3 whose development is affected by biological disabilities or environmental factors that impact an array of skill areas including cognitive, motor, communication, feeding, and behavior.
King County 4x4 Search and Rescue
King Country 4x4 Search and Rescue participates in Search and Rescue, Civil Emergency, and community support activities in support of civil agencies and other authorized Search and Rescue organizations.
King County Bar Foundation
KCBF is dedicated to ensuring access to the legal system and encouraging diversity in the legal profession.
King County Coalition Against Domestic Violence
KCCADV is a membership organization of 40 organizations, including DV service programs, related social service agencies, health care providers, and criminal justice and government based agencies and departments.
King County Explorer Search and Rescue
ESAR is the county's primary ground search and non-technical rescue unit, and responds to over 60 missions a year in both King County and around the state of Washington.
King County Library System Foundation
The KCLS Foundation funds special programs in the libraries and through extended outreach activities with the goal of reaching all residents and encouraging use of libraries.
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center (KCSARC) provides comprehensive services, free of charge, to anyone in King County who needs us. And we provide prevention education programs, so that we can create a better, safer future for our children.
Kirkland Arts Center
Kirkland Arts Center presents dynamic contemporary art exhibitions and robust studio arts education in a historic landmark facility.
Kirkland Interfaith Transitions in Housing
Kirkland Interfaith Transitions in Housing (KITH) was founded for the purpose of finding a response to homelessness, and to meet the needs of those who are facing a homeless crisis.
Kirkland Performance Center
Kirkland Performance Center serves East King County and the Puget Sound region by providing diverse and enriching arts performances to our growing and changing community.
Kitsap County HIV AIDS Foundation
The Kitsap County HIV AIDS Foundation promotes health and social services in a non-judgmental environment for those who are HIV positive and their significant others.
Kiwanis Camp Casey
Kiwanis Camp Casey is a week-long summer camp for physically disabled children ages 6-17 provided by the North Central Kiwanis Club for over 75 years.
Knok Studio is a non-profit, 501(c)3 that produces high-quality video, photo, and web design for charities & ministries. We are accessible, affordable, highly experienced, & impactful.
Kobi Academy’s vision is to incorporate the best in Early Childhood Learning (pre-School through 4th grade), adapted within the Ethiopian context.
Kol HaNeshamah is a progressive synagogue rejoicing in Torah, Avodah (Worship/Prayer), Tzedek and Tikkun (Justice and Healing), but specializing in K'hillah (Community).
KONA KAI COFFEE
Halo Network Foundation Youth Barista Training Program uses the competitive espresso industry to build self-sufficiency to homeless, and at-risk youth.
Ranked as one of the most popular public radio stations in the nation, KPLU has been bringing award winning local and National Public Radio news, jazz and blues to the Puget Sound Region since 1966.
Kubota Garden Foundation
The Kubota Garden Foundation is a non-profit corporation established to support, enhance, and perpetuate the Kubota Garden.
KUOW Puget Sound Public Radio
KUOW Puget Sound Public Radio informs and enriches the lives of our listeners with award winning news and distinctive civic and cultural programming.
La Leche League of Washington
Our Mission is to help mothers to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother.
Lake Union Civic Orchestra
LUCO is a largely volunteer-run, Seattle-based community orchestra distinguished by superb musicianship, low ticket prices, friendly atmosphere, central location of concerts, and exciting, innovative programming.
Lake Washington Schools Foundation
The Lake Washington Schools Foundation supports the Lake Washington School District by raising funds for programs that inspire learning, help at-risk students, and improve academic performance.
Lakeside School is an independent school serving 785 students in grades 5 to 12. At Lakeside, academic excellence and diversity go hand-in-hand. Our students find peers on campus from all walks of life.
Landesa, formerly known as The Rural Development Institute (RDI), is an international nonprofit that enables the world's rural poor to attain secure land rights and achieve greater economic and social mobility.
Latino Community Fund of Washington
The Latino Community Fund invests in the Latino community to cultivate new leaders, support effective non-profit organizations, and improve the quality of life for all Washingtonians.
Leadership Eastside strengthens the East King County region by developing and enriching actively engaged community leaders. LE members learn new community leadership skills, broaden their connections to Eastside business and community leaders.
Leadership Tomorrow makes the Puget Sound region a better place to live and work by training emerging and existing leaders to work collaboratively, across sectors to address problems.
League of Women Voters of Seattle Education Fund
The League of Women Voters of Seattle Education Fund encourages informed and active participation in government and work for increased understanding of major public policy issues through education.
Legal Aid for Washington Fund
LAW Fund’s Campaign for Equal Justice annual fund drive raises charitable contributions to provide operating support for 26 civil legal aid programs in Washington state.
Legal Counsel for Youth and Children
Legal Counsel for Youth and Children (LCYC)’s mission is to improve the lives of Washington's dependent children by providing them with legal counsel and zealous advocacy.
Legal Voice improves the lives of women and girls by changing laws to advance women's rights, advocating to ensure that laws are enforced to protect women's interests, and educating women and the community to better understand women's legal rights.
Life Enrichment Options
LEO, a community based non-profit organization, advocates for and works to support individuals with developmental disabilities to achieve their life vision and goals.
Life Support overcomes regional challenges, for local emergency and health care services by creating innovative and sustainable solutions, forging strategic collaborations and raising critical funds.
Lifelong AIDS Alliance
Lifelong provides innovative programs in medical nutrition therapy, health insurance, housing, medical referrals, and other types of assistance to more than 3,800 people each year whose lives have been affected by HIV/AIDS and other chronic conditions.
LifeWire (formerly Eastside Domestic Violence Program) has been serving victims of domestic violence in North and East King County for over 25 years.
Lift Up Africa
We support sustainable, community led projects that meet basic needs including access to water, food, healthcare, agricultural development, education and the needs of vulnerable children.
Lighthouse Christian Church
Lighthouse is a Christian church serving especially the Asian American population on the Eastside, i.e., Bellevue and its surrounding communities.
Lindquist Dental Clinic for Children
Lindquist Dental Clinic for Children (LDCC) is dedicated to providing “accessible, compassionate, and effective dental care to South Sound children in need,” ages 0 through 18.
Listen and Talk
Listen and Talk is a nonprofit early intervention and preschool program that provides auditory-verbal education and therapy to children with hearing loss.
We help the most impoverished families improve their health and income through access to knowledge, particularly when they are impeded by illiteracy, disability or inadequate infrastructure.
Literacy Council of Seattle
Since 1969, the Literacy Council of Seattle has offered free English language instruction foradult beginning English speakers in the Seattle area.
Literacy Source, a Community Learning Center, was founded in 1986 to address the need for adult education in basic literacy.
Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center
Our mission is to improve the bodies, minds and spirits of children and adults with disabilities through equine-assisted therapy, and to be an inspiration and educational resource to the therapeutic riding profession.
Our role in the community is to inspire new generations of people who value the power the performing arts have in changing lives. We are building future audiences that will benefit the entire theatre community.
Long Live the Kings
LLTK helps our state, tribal, and federal management agencies make decisions about salmon to be successful.
Longhouse media is a community-focused media organization, and our community is as diverse as the population of the Pacific Northwest. Broadly, we serve tribal and indigenous populations through educational programs and community-produced media.
Lopez Community Center Association
We host, at affordable prices: concerts, dances, community meetings, weddings, art openings, potlucks, theater productions, county council meetings, slide shows, educational talks, and even an annual dog show.
Lopez Community Land Trust
We are a membership-based non-profit organization with approximately 200 members. LCLT's focus is on the low-income population but finds that many segments of the population indirectly benefit from our work.
Lopez Island Family Resource Center
The Lopez Island Family Resource Center (LIFRC) supports and enhances the well-being, security, educational and life success of children, families and individuals on Lopez Island.
Lopez Island Historical Society
The Lopez Island Historical Society collects, preserves and exhibits images and artifacts that focus on Lopez Island's unique heritage.
Low Income Housing Institute
LIHI is a leading provider of housing for low-income and homeless individuals, families, seniors, veterans, and persons with disabilities.
Our goal is to be that partner in the communities we work with. We are laying the foundation of financial security that rural Africans can build off of to make their communities healthier, happier and more secure.
Lung Cancer Alliance
Lung Cancer Alliance is the only national non-profit organization dedicated solely to providing support and advocacy for people living with or at risk for the disease.
LUNGevity moves forward firmly resolved to provide the energy, inspiration, and resources that are critical to making lung cancer a national priority. Our goal is to Stop Lung Cancer Now.
Lutheran Community Services Northwest
Lutheran Community Services Northwest (LCSNW) is a non-profit, multi-service, human services agency whose mission is to partner with individuals, families and communities for health, justice and hope.
Lydia Place provides transitional housing, permanent supportive housing services, permanent housing subsidies, emergency housing, life skills programs, and case management.
Macha Monkey Productions
Founded in 2001, Macha Monkey Productions is a dynamic theater company based in Seattle, creating and producing fearless, funny, female theatre.
The only Waldorf school in Kitsap County, Madrona School serves over 100 families to provide a classical academic education suffused with warmth and joy.
The Mägi Ensemble works to perform and record compositions from the Baltic region that are rarely heard outside of that area and to be an ambassador of the power of music in inter-cultural dialogue and identity.
Through our mission we seek to combat poverty and exclusion in Latin America and the Caribbean by enabling disadvantaged populations to join the social and economic mainstreams of their societies.
Make Some Noise - NW
Make Some Noise - NW raises private funding for pediatric cancer research and create greater public awareness within the northwest region.
Make-A-Wish Alaska and Washington
The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Alaska and Washington serves children aged 2.5-18 years battling a life-threatening medical condition to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.
Mama Maria Clinics - US
MMC is an innovative, reliable, and sustainable African healthcare solution designed to reduce preventable illness and death among the rural poor.
ManeStage Theatre Company
ManeStage Theatre Company is a family of creative artists committed to producing dynamic drama that enhances the imagination.
Manifold Motion interweaves dance, interactive technology, visual art, and music to create original, experimental, evening-length productions.
Many Lights Foundation
Many Lights Foundation is building a multigenerational community called Hope Lights Community. This community is designed to support families adopting children from foster care, at-risk kinship families, and elders who desire connection and purpose.
Man Alone Productions continuously works towards expanding our audience base beyond that of the typical theatre patrons. To offer experiences that would appeal to other mediums in the artist community.
Maple Leaf Community Council
Maple Leaf Community Council works to serve the needs of residents and visitors to the Maple Leaf neighborhood. Our board represents our residents to various organizations according to the needs and desires of neighborhood residents.
Maple Valley Historical Society
The Society maintains three (3) museums which are located within the King County Landmarked original Maple Valley School and also located on property owned by the City of Maple Valley.
Maple Valley Youth Symphony Orchestra
Our program began in the fall of 2007 with 8 students as a way to provide an orchestra experience to students in our local school district which does not have an orchestra program. Since then, we have grown in both size and musicianship.
Marine Conservation Institute
Marine Conservation Institute identifies the most important and vulnerable ocean ecosystems, then advocates for protecting them.
Marra Farm Coalition
The Marra Farm Coalition, a group of organizations and individuals continues to build and expand Marra Farm's role addressing community food security needs, providing a space for sustainable agriculture education, and engaging community members.
Martha & Mary Lutheran Services
Founded in Poulsbo, Washington in 1891, Martha & Mary has served children, adults, and seniors throughout the West Puget Sound region for more than 120 years, treating those we care for like family.
Mary Mahoney Professional Nurses Organization
Mary Mahoney Professional Nurses Organization (MMPNO) provides financial aid and scholarships to students of African heritage who pursue studies leading to careers in professional nursing.
Mary's Place Seattle
Mary’s Place is an accepting community providing safety, stability, dignity and hope to restore the lives of homeless women and their children.
Master Builders Care Foundation
The Master Builders Care Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties. It channels resources of the homebuilding industry to benefit the homeless and disabled.
Master Chorus Eastside
Master Chorus Eastside is a polished, fully auditioned mixed chorus from east of Seattle
Master Gardener Foundation of King County
The purpose of this not-for-profit corporation is to enhance and supplement the efforts of the Washington State University MASTER GARDENER program and its volunteers.
Maureen Whiting Dance
The Maureen Whiting Dance Company is committed to the creation and performance of contemporary dance work.The work is characterized by intellectual research, movement invention, interdisciplinary collaboration, multi-media and site-specific performance.
MAVIN is committed to creating a society that recognizes the complexity of race, racism, and identity.
Meals Partnership Coalition
Meals Partnership Coalition (MPC) serves emergency meal providers throughout King County. Each year MPC supports the work of more than 70 nonprofit meal providers in the service of more than 3,000,000 meals to those who would otherwise go hungry.
MED25 International is a nonprofit that provides individuals in rural African communities with quality, culturally appropriate, and affordable health care, focusing on “One Community at a Time”.
Medic One Foundation
The Medic One Foundation raises money to support excellence in pre-hospital emergency care.
Medical Teams International
Medical Teams International (MTI) is a nonprofit organization that provides medical and dental care along with humanitarian aid around the world.
MEDRIX works to save lives and improve the quality of life of disadvantaged people in Vietnam by providing Medical, Educational and Development Resources through International eXchange
Meerkerk Rhododendron Gardens
Meerkerk Rhododendron Gardens is an environmental stewardship and education organization with an emphasis on rhododendrons and companion plants.
Memory War Theater
Memory War Theater offers performances, workshops and capacity building in performance-based practices.
Mercer Island Youth and Family Services Foundation
The MIYFS Foundations supports and enhances the work of Mercer Island Youth and Family Services that provides, coordinates and advocates for affordable, high qulaity human services for the community of Mercer Island.
Mercy Corps helps people become self-sufficient in some of the world's toughest places -- the places where help is needed most.
Mercy Corps Northwest
Mercy Corps Northwest programs work to increase economic self-sufficiency and community integration through microenterprise development and self-employment.
Mercy Housing Northwest
Intercommunity Mercy Housing provides quality, affordable service-enriched housing to low-income families, seniors and people with special needs.
Methow Arts Alliance
METHOW ARTS ALLIANCE MISSION is to enrich the lives of the people living in rural Okanogan County by making the arts an integral and dynamic aspect of community and economic vitality, public education and civic life.
As a locally-based land trust in north-central Washington State, we work with the community to protect one of the most ecologically diverse and threatened watersheds in the region: the Methow Valley.
Methow Recycles inspires and facilitates resource conservation through recycling, waste prevention, and materials reuse in the Methow Valley.
Microsoft Alumni Foundation
Our job is to celebrate the impact our Alumni are having around the world and to inspire others to do the same. We do this by building a strong community and connecting alumni with each other and with opportunities.
Millionair Club Charity
There are nearly 8,000 homeless people in King County. For the homeless and the unemployed people, the Millionair Club is a place where they can have a hot meal, and the chance for temporary or full-time work through the jobs program.
Mirinesse Women's Choir
Mirinesse is Old English for "joyful women." In existence since 2006, the choir introduces singers and audience members to a high level of musicianship, artistry, and challenging repertoire.
Mirror Stage is Theatre That Gets People Talking. We create high-quality, topical, thought-provoking theatre that plays it smart without always playing it safe.
A non-profit performing arts festival in its 11th year of bringing people together to experience the joy of the variety arts, fostering a community of artists and strengthening Seattle's cultural vitality.
MOMentum brings fitness equipment to the parks of Seattle and around America to help Moms stay healthy.
Mona Foundation is a 501(c)(3) that supports grassroots educational initiatives and raising the status of women and girls around the world.
Moontown Foundation is a non-profit organization that works to incubate innovative ideas and promising sustainable solutions in the third sector.
Morningside Academy (MA) is a 31-year old Grade 1—9 laboratory school located in Seattle that enjoys a nationwide reputation as an “academic boot camp” that has helped more than 20,000 students to date to catch up and get ahead.
Motley Zoo Animal Rescue
Motley Zoo Animal Rescue is dedicated to improving the lives of animals locally, nationally and internationally.
Mount Baker Community Club
We believe strong connections among neighbors are key to our common humanity; our mission is to be the heart of the Mount Baker community.
Mount Baker Theatre
Mount Baker Theatre hosts world-class artists, new talent, and local performers in our exquisite historic theatre in downtown Bellingham.
Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust
The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust is a nonprofit conservation organization established in 1991 to protect the Interstate 90 corridor between Seattle and Central Washington.
M-POWER YOUTH is a community led partnership of professional and voluntary musicians who address the root causes of gang violence.
Mt. Adams Resource Stewards
Working to promote sustainable connections between the land, local economies and rural communities of the Mt. Adams region.
Mt. Si Food Bank
Mt Si Food Bank has been providing food at no cost to our hungry neighbors in the Snoqualmie Valley for the past 35 years. In 1975, food was provided to about 50 people per week, today that number has increased to over 1,200 per week.
Multi-Communities (M.I.C.) addresses domestic, youth and sexual violence, as well as chemical dependency utilizing education, prevention, and awareness strategies.
Multimedia Resource Training Institute
The mission of Multimedia Resources & Training Institute (MMRTI) is to empower youth to become leaders and artists by using media technologies to transform images about their cultural heritage, communities, and themselves.
Multimedia Seattle ensures the most vulnerable members of our community are given an opportunity to achieve their full potential as individuals, earn as full and equal partners of society and provide for their families.
Multi-Service Center (MSC) helps to lift people from crisis and vulnerability to self-sufficiency and stability through comprehensive, wrap-around services.
Museum of Flight
With its vast and meticulously maintained collection of aerospace artifacts the Museum inspires the public at large and youth specifically, to engage with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math - STEM curriculum.
Museum of Glass
The Museum of Glass combines exhibition galleries, an education studio, a theater, a one-of-a-kind 500-ft. long pedestrian Chihuly Bridge of Glass and the world’s largest and most active museum glass studio.
Museum of History and Industry
Since opening in 1952, MOHAI has established itself as the preeminent institution in the region for engaging people in the exploration and understanding of the history, character and development of our community.
Museum of Northwest Art
The Museum of Northwest Art (MoNA) features the work of regional artists through its permanent collection and temporary exhibitions, as well as through education programs for youth and adults.
Music Center of the Northwest
With a commitment to access and an expectation of excellence, Music Center programs bring the opportunity for musical experience to people of all ages and abilities.
Music of Remembrance
Music of Remembrance fills a unique spiritual and cultural role in Seattle and throughout the world by remembering Holocaust musicians and their art through musical performances, educational programs, musical recordings, and commissions of new works.
Music Works Northwest
Music Works Northwest is a nonprofit community music school dedicated to providing accessible music education and experiences, regardless of financial means.
Starting with fourth and fifth graders, Music4Life acquires musical instruments and provides them free of charge to the public schools' band and orchestra directors.
Mwanzo Proud Farmers
Mwanzo Proud Farmers is dedicated to creating a support network of villages to enhance economic self-sufficiency through diverse cash and food crosp production, micro-loans and technical assistance.
Namaste Children's Fund
Namaste Children's Fund (NCF) is dedicated to supporting quality education for girls in rural and underserved regions of Nepal.
NAMI Eastside is a grass-roots community-based non-profit organization that provides services that focus on the concerns of local individuals with brain disorders and their families.
NAMI Greater Seattle
NAMI Greater Seattle supports all community members impacted by mental illness, fostering hope and meaningful connections through free education programs, support groups, and our information and referral line.
NARAL Pro-Choice Washington Foundation
NARAL Pro-Choice Washington Foundation uses grassroots organizing and educational programs to support and protect, as a fundamental freedom, a woman's right to make the full range of reproductive choices.
National Asian Pacific Center on Aging
The National Asian Pacific Center on Aging (NAPCA) serves as the nation's leading advocacy and service organization committed to the dignity, well-being and quality of life of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) as they age.
National Forest Foundation
The National Forest Foundation (NFF) is the Congressionally-chartered non-profit partner to the U.S. Forest Service. Our mission is to engage Americans across the country in the care and enjoyment of the 193 million-acre National Forest system
National Parks Conservation Association
NPCA is creating a passionate and educated public that actively supports the National Park Service’s mission to preserve unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the National Park System.
Nature Consortium engages community members of all ages and backgrounds in educational activities that connect people to nature, the arts and each other.
Nature Vision manages and presents a wide range of hands-on, minds-on programs about our natural and cultural resources to school-age students, families, and adult groups.
NatureBridge is a nonprofit organization providing experiential and inquiry-based educational programs that expose youth to the natural environment while enhancing school-based curricula.
Recognized as a leader for its efforts to transform services into care devoted to Recovery and Wellness, we focus on the strengths of individuals with mental illness.
Neighborcare Health is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization offering quality medical and dental services for uninsured families and individuals in Seattle and King County.
Neighborhood Farmers Markets
The markets exist for the benefit of farmers, consumers and the neighborhoods in which the markets take place. Over 100 family farmers are supported and over 4,000 acres of local farmland is in sustainable operation because of these neighborhood markets.
Neighborhood House is one of the oldest human services organizations in the Seattle area. Our centers are located in many of the region's public housing communities.
The main premise of NEPO House is to give local visual and performance artists a chance to display their work to new audiences.
Network for Business Innovation & Sustainability
Network for Business Innovation & Sustainability (NBIS) programs bridge industries and sectors to engage business leaders in addressing crucial regional and global issues through innovative business practices.
New Beginnings operates one of the most comprehensive programs for domestic violence survivors in Washington.
New Century Theatre Company
New Century Theatre Company (NCTC) was founded in 2008 by twelve experienced, well-respected, and highly-visible Seattle theater professionals.
New Course utilizes bold innovations that improve the delivery of results on the ground and increase the impact of investments for women in Africa.
New Horizon School
New Horizon School is a leader in providing a personalized learning environment essential for students with learning differences.
New Horizons Ministries
Since 1978 New Horizons has maintained a consistent presence on the streets of Seattle, serving and supporting homeless and street-involved young people aged 22 and under.
Nick of Time Foundation
The vision of Nick of Time Foundation is to increase awareness about sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) and how it affects children and young adults.
Nikkei Concerns strives to enrich and support the lives of elders and meet their needs in a way that honors Nikkei culture and values.
Nisei Veterans Committee, Inc.
Our Nisei Veterans Committee speakers provide presentations at local schools, churches and business/civic organizations where surviving veterans relate their experiences from forced internment to the battlefields.
Amy Benson (editor, writer) and Scott Squire (producer, photographer), a husband-and-wife storytelling team currently working on a feature length documentary, The Girl Who Knew Too Much.
Nonprofit Assistance Center
NAC supports the development of emerging, small and midsize nonprofits, and current and future community leaders. NAC also works with the broader nonprofit sector and public and private institutions to affect system level change toward achieving equity.
Nordic Heritage Museum
The Nordic Heritage Museum is an internationally recognized museum and cultural center where people of all backgrounds are welcomed to be inspired by the values, traditions, art, and spirit of the Nordic peoples.
Norse Home is a non-profit, non-sectarian retirement community. We provide a community for seniors 65 or older who want to enjoy a lifestyle that is enjoyable and rewarding in a secure and comfortable environment.
North Cascades Institute
For 23 years, the North Cascades Institute has helped connect people and nature in the Pacific Northwest through science, art, literature, hands-on study of natural and cultural history and direct experiences in the natural world.
North East Seattle Together
NEST (North East Seattle Together) is a grass-roots community dedicated to ensuring that as we grow older, we can continue to live safely and confidently in our own homes, in the neighborhoods we love.
North Helpline provides critical human services to over 1000 clients each week in an effort to reduce the impact of hunger and poverty in Greater North Seattle.
North Olympic Land Trust
Concerned area residents established North Olympic Land Trust in 1990 to protect special qualities of local lands.
Our vision is for older adults, regardless of their financial resources, to have a home and quality of care that brings hope and dignity to their lives.
Northeast Seattle Little League
Northeast Seattle Little League (NESLL) is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to promote, develop, and supervise all children interested in Little League baseball and softball.
Northshore Schools Foundation
The Northshore Schools Foundation raises funds and builds partnerships to support excellence and academic success for all Northshore students in alignment with District priorities.
Northwest Adoption Exchange
For more than 30 years, Northwest Adoption Exchange (NWAE), a division of Northwest Resource Associates, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization has helped thousands of Northwest children find adoptive homes.
Northwest African American Museum
NAAM connects Seattle and the Pacific Northwest to the world by uncovering, honoring, and celebrating our African American community’s traditions and innovations in art, education, history, and culture.
Northwest Animal Rights Network
The Northwest Animal Rights Network (NARN) has been dedicated to ending the exploitation of animals by raising awareness of animal suffering in the food, entertainment, experimentation, and fashion industries.
Northwest Art Center
The Northwest Art Center enhances lives by teaching the value of art, ideas, expression and creativity through quality visual art education.
Northwest Association for Biomedical Research
NWABR is dedicated to building connections between scientists, students, teachers, and volunteers in order to increase understanding of biomedical research and the process by which scientific knowledge advances.
Northwest Behavioral Associates
Northwest Behavioral Associates (NBA) is a highly respected and supported non-profit organization providing behavioral therapy and specialized education for children with autism and pervasive developmental disorders.
Northwest Center serves children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Northwest Chamber Chorus
The Northwest Chamber Chorus performs a broad range of classical repertoire in consistently compelling performances to create, nurture, and uplift a community inspired by a love of choral music and singing.
Northwest Children's Fund
NW Children's Fund raises funds and awareness to support agencies that focus on prevention, early intervention and treatment programs working to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect.
Northwest Consumer Law Center
The Northwest Consumer Law Center's provides premier representation and litigation services to low and moderate income consumers who have limited or no other access to justice.
Northwest Education Loan Association
Founded in 1978, Northwest Education Loan Association (NELA) works to enhance postsecondary education preparedness, access and success by providing and supporting financial and other valued services.
Northwest Film Forum
Northwest Film Forum curates dynamic film series and film art programs throughout the year highlighting the most influential voices in world cinema.
Northwest Folklife supports a selection of recordings and publications, creates focused outreach programs, presents a diverse series of intimate concerts, and conducts folklore research.
Northwest Girlchoir is the oldest and largest girls’ choir in the Northwest. We provide outstanding music education in a nurturing environment where girls can learn, grow, and be themselves.
Northwest Girls Coalition
The Northwest Girls Coalition was formed in the winter of 1999 so that organizations and individuals working with girls could meet, develop relationships and create a support system.
Northwest Harvest is Washington's only nonprofit statewide food bank distributor. In the last 2 years we secured over 48 million pounds of nutritious food for 325+ partner food banks, meal programs, and at-risk elementary schools.
Northwest Health Law Advocates
NoHLA works to resolve health-related issues of concern to low- and moderate-income individuals and families in Washington State.
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) is the only organization providing comprehensive immigration legal services to low-income immigrants & refugees in Washington State.
Northwest Justice Project
Northwest Justice Project (NJP) is a publicly funded statewide legal aid program for low income persons and groups in Washington state.
Northwest Kidney Centers
Northwest Kidney Centers keeps people alive with dialysis care, educates the public about kidney health, and collaborates with UW Medicine in the Kidney Research Institute.
Northwest Leadership Foundation
A faith-based intermediary, NLF moves individuals and organizations from good intentions to effective outcomes through its unique insight, relationships, access and know-how.
Northwest Literacy Foundation
The NWLF collaborates with schools and organizations throughout the area, serving students with high needs and who often lack a depth of resources.
Northwest Maritime Center
The Northwest Maritime Center provides innovative on-the-water educational programs for middle and high school students, as well as opportunities for boat building, sailing classes, and maritime activities for all ages.
Northwest Parkinson's Foundation
Northwest Parkinson's Foundation (NWPF) offers information and resources on the steps that patients and families can take at home, in between clinical visits, to manage the disease, maintain a sense of hope and achieve health and wellness.
Northwest PBIS Network
The Northwest PBIS Network, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting educators as they develop, implement and sustain safe and effective learning environments where all students experience success.
Northwest Puppet Center
Originally a touring troupe based in Seattle, Carter Family Marionettes was inspired by the puppet museums and puppet theaters of Europe. In 1985, the ensemble returned home to create a permanent puppetry institution for our own community.
Northwest Railway Museum
The organization teaches, preserves and perpetuates Northwest railway history and operates a living museum where visitors experience historically-accurate recreations.
Northwest Sarcoma Foundation
Northwest Sarcoma Foundation provides hope, education, and support to sarcoma patients and their families in the Pacific Northwest, while investing in research to improve cure rates for sarcoma (cancer).
Northwest Seaport Maritime Heritage Center
Northwest Seaport has 2 heritage vessels. Our mission is to preserve and interpret the vessels in a manner to teach the public on the value of the maritime industry. Seattle was founded on the water and has grown from this. We serve young people in The…
Our current fossil fuel based energy system increasingly endangers humans and the ecological, social, and economic systems upon which we depend.
Rooted in classical music, Northwest Sinfonietta seeks to serve diverse audiences, to strengthen its community connections through education and collaboration, and to broaden its influence in the artistic and cultural fabric of the region.
Northwest Soccer Fund
Northwest Soccer Fund is the nonprofit 'arm' of Northwest Soccer Camp (NSC) which serves a vast population of needy families comprising parents and children of typical age ranges.from the very young to young adults.
Northwest Spay & Neuter Center
Northwest Spay & Neuter Center is a non-profit organization providing spay/neuter, vaccines and microchipping for cats, dogs, and rabbits.
Northwest Stone Sculptors Association
NWSSA nurtures the community of stone sculptors by developing educational opportunities, providing a support system to members, and facilitating interaction with regional, national, and international communities.
Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Foundation
The Northwest Straits Foundation is a non-profit organization established to support the scientific, restoration, and education projects and programs of the Northwest Straits Marine Commission and seven county Marine Resources Committees.
Northwest's Child Daycare
Creating acceptance, compassion, purpose, integration and a sense of community for children and adults with moderate to severe developmental and physical disabilities.
Nourishing Networks Central
Nourishing Networks Central (NNC) is the backbone organization that supports the development and sustainability of local nourishing networks.
NuSol Capacity Fund
NuSol Capacity Fund works to address the need for rural electrification in developing countries.
NW Energy Coalition
The NW Energy Coalition and its members advocate a clean and affordable energy future for the region
NW Furniture Bank
NW Furniture Bank provides new and used furniture to those transitioning into their own homes from homeless shelters or substance abuse recovery programs.
O'Dea High School
O'Dea, the only all-boys' high school in the State of Washington, is directed by the Congregation of Christian Brothers.
Odessa Brown Children's Clinic
Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic is an enduring community partner with a dedication to promoting quality pediatric care, family advocacy, health collaboration, mentoring and education in a culturally relevant context.
Old Dog Haven
Since 2004 Old Dog Haven has provided loving and safe homes for senior dogs 8 and up who have been abandoned or are homeless.
Old Growth Northwest
Old Growth Northwest fosters creative collaboration and exchange within a diverse community of writers and readers in the Pacific Northwest.
Since 1973, Olive Crest has transformed the lives of more than 50,000 abused, neglected, and at-risk children and families. We work tirelessly to meet the needs of kids in crisis by providing safe homes, counseling, and education.
Olympic Ballet Theatre
Olympic Ballet Theatre develops and sustains professional dance, promotes dance as a creative performing art, and engages the widest possible audience with a stimulating repertoire of classical, contemporary and dramatic ballets.
Olympic Community Action Programs
OlyCAP's mission OlyCAP has evolved over forty years into a dynamic multiservice agency serving the entire community. We have an integrated portfolio of programs and services that support the basic needs of low and moderate income residents.
Olympic View Community Foundation
In 2000, the Sequim Community Foundation was created to provide a formal process for local grantmaking. SCF has provided over $300,000 in small grants to approximately 40 local nonprofits.
On the Boards
OtB is a leading center for the creation and presentation of groundbreaking contemporary performance that would otherwise not be seen in Seattle.
One By One
One By One was founded in 2005 with the singular mission of contributing to the elimination of obstetric fistula worldwide.
One Day's Wages
One Day's Wages (ODW) is a new grassroots movement of people, stories, and actions to alleviate extreme global poverty.
One Equal Heart Foundation
OEH focuses on improving the health and sustainability of impoverished Tseltal Maya indigenous communities in the northern region of Chiapas, Mexico, through programs of comprehensive sustainable local development.
One Heart World-Wide
One Heart World-Wide’s mission is to save the lives of women and infants in need, one birth at the time.
One Reel projects have included Bumbershoot, Family 4th at Lake Union, Emerald City Search, Teatro ZinZanni, Summer Nights Concert Series, The Dreamliner Arts Festival, Goodwill Arts Festival, WOMAD and dozens of other memorable events and celebrations.
OneAmerica was formed directly after September 11, 2001 in response to the hate crimes and discrimination targeting Arabs, Muslims and South Asians.
Oneworld Now! is a nationally recognized after school global leadership program for underserved high school youth in Seattle, Washington.
Onyx Chamber Players
The Onyx Chamber Players, based in Seattle and Chicago, are gaining recognition for their fresh interpretations of masterworks from the Classical era.
OPAL Community Land Trust, Inc
OPAL Community Land Trust provides permanently affordable housing on Orcas Island. It is a necessity for our Orcas Island community to thrive.
Open Arms Perinatal Services
Open Arms Perinatal Services is a community-based nonprofit organization that provides perinatal support services to low income pregnant women and their families.
Open Doors for Multicultural Families
Open Doors for Multicultural Families ensures that families who have members with developmental disabilities and special health care needs have equal access to resources and services.
Open Space for Arts & Community
Open Space for Arts and Community on Vashon is a unique, large, multi-faceted venue where artists work and the community gathers and celebrates.
We provide food and shelter nightly, along with other survival services for homeless people, along with continued street outreach, support for seniors, and advocacy for those in need.
OPERATION: Sack Lunch
OPERATION: Sack Lunch serves the homeless and food insecure in Seattle. We prepare and serve 200,000 meals a year; breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week.
Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival
The Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival has grown to include a two-week summer concert series, a vital chamber music education program for our preschools, K-12, and community musicians, plus an in-depth lecture series.
Orcas Island Community Foundation
The Orcas Island Community Foundation is nonprofit donor service public charity created by and for the people of Orcas Island. Our goal is to assist you in easily and effectively supporting the local issues you care most about.
Orcas Island Historical Museum
The Orcas Island Historical Society and Museum is a volunteer-run non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and study of Orcas Island and related history.
Oregon Environmental Council
Oregon Environmental Council advances innovative, collaborative solutions to Oregon’s environmental challenges for today and future generations.
Out In Front
Out in Front is a nine month leadership development program designed for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community leaders in King County and beyond.
Outdoors for All Foundation
Outdoors for All enriches the quality of life for more than 2,000 children and adults with disabilities through outdoor recreation. We offer year-round therapeutic programs such as skiing, snowboarding, cycling, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, and more.
Overlake Hospital Foundation
Overlake operates centers of excellence in emergency and trauma, cancer, cardiac, surgical, and women's and infants' services, as well as outpatient clinics, a behavioral health unit, and community programs.
Oxfam America is an international relief and development organization that creates lasting solutions to poverty, hunger, and injustice.
Pacific Ballroom Dance
Pacific Ballroom Dance is a social development and arts education organization that uses the medium of ballroom dance to teach young people confidence, teamwork, and joy.
Pacific Education Institute
The Pacific Education Institute works with educators, scientists and the business world to connect students to real world research in the outdoors.
Pacific Lutheran University
Pacific Lutheran University offers a unique blend of academically rigorous liberal arts and professional programs. Students develop skills in decision making, analysis, communication and reasoning that prepare them for a lifetime of success.
Focused primarily on theatrical and concert performances of 17th and 18th century vocal music, Pacific MusicWorks activities span musical productions from the Renaissance era to innovative works of the 20th century.
Pacific Northwest Ballet
Founded in 1972, Pacific Northwest Ballet has since grown from a small regional troupe into a world renowned ballet company.
Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute
As our mission states, Pacific Northwest Diabetes Research Institute (PNDRI) is dedicated to making basic science discoveries and "translating" them into improved health for all people living with diabetes.
Pacific Northwest Friends of FSH Research
Friends of FSH Research is a family founded, volunteer run, charity whose mission is to stimulate and provide funding for Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy research, or FSH.
Pacific Northwest Railroad Archive
Pacific Northwest Railroad Archive preserves the heritage of the classic railroads shaping our region since the 1880s, and provides the information to everyone over the internet.
Pacific Science Center
Pacific Science Center has expanded and diversified its programs while remaining true to the original vision of our founding scientists and civic leaders to be a resource of scientific information for the general public.
It is the mission of Pacifica Choirs to serve children, youth and adults in attaining the highest level of excellence in choral music performance.
Page Ahead Children's Literacy Program
Page Ahead collaborates with families, schools, and volunteers across Washington State to inspire a love of reading in at-risk children. Approximately 55,000 children in need receive services each year to help improve their reading skills.
Para Los Niños
Para Los Niños is a small grassroots community organization committed to its mission of fostering academic success for every Latino student through parent and community involvement.
Parent Trust for Washington Children
Parent Trust for Washington Children is a statewide family support organization providing education and support for parents, caregivers, children and teens.
Parenting Matters Foundation
Parenting Matters Foundation (PMF) has reached out to parents for twenty years to help them prepare their children to enter school.
Parkview Services has been in service for over forty years and provides and maintains affordable housing for people with developmental disabilities.
Partners in Prevention Education
To engage homeless and at risk youth and adult allies in the elimination of sexual and domestic violence as it contributes to homelessness and as it exists in street culture.
Pasado's Safe Haven
Pasado's provides refuge and rehabilitation for abused and neglected animals.
Pat Graney Company
The Pat Graney Company serves a wide range of populations; from the 200 incarcerated women we serve each year in the women's prison to the 25 ex-offenders and their families in Seattle, to the dance audiences in Seattle (1500).
PATH is an international nonprofit organization that creates sustainable, culturally relevant solutions, enabling communities worldwide to break longstanding cycles of poor health.
Path with Art
Path with Art (PwA) broadens community engagement in the arts through multi-faceted arts programming.
PAWS (Progressive Animal Welfare Society)
Progressive Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) provides professional, gentle care for the animals entrusted to us--from homeless pets, to sick, injured and orphaned wildlife.
Pawsitive Alliance works directly with the public and shelter organizations to target resources to address lowering the number of dogs and cats entering the shelter system.
PCC Farmland Trust
PCC Farmland Trust is the only known land trust in the country committed to preserving local organic farmland in perpetuity.
Our mission is to enrich communities by giving teen students the experience of raising and donating money to causes that are important to them.
PeaceTrees vietnam is a Seattle-based humanitarian organization working in Central Vietnam to assist those whose lives and livelihoods are threatened by the explosive remnants of war.
Peacock Family Services
Peacock Family Center increases access to services for Bainbridge Island and North Kitsap families by providing a hub for community resources and scholarships for low-income families.
Peak 7 Adventures
Peak 7 exists to provide a first-rate outdoor adventure experience that engages youth spiritually, physically, mentally and emotionally helping them to realize a greater potential.
Pediatric Interim Care Center
PICC is the only specialized, 24-hour facility for the safe withdrawal of drug-exposed newborns in Washington State. These services meet a large and under-served need in the Puget Sound and other communities.
People of the Central Area
Central Area People Project brings stories of hidden neighborhood history to inspire, inform and give pride to young people from the community.
People's Memorial Association is a Washington State nonprofit that promotes consumer choice for end-of-life arrangements.
Performers' Forge is a company of stage combatants who focus their expertise towards the community of actors, directors and all theater/film practitioners in the Puget Sound area.
PFLAG Seattle is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity.
Phinney Neighborhood Association
The PNA is dedicated to building community with programs and services that emphasize families, education, arts and culture. We have programming in six sites but are best known for the community center we have created in a former grade school.
Photographic Center Northwest
The Photographic Center Northwest is to advance the study, practice and appreciation of fine art and documentary photography through education, exhibitions, public programs, and access to photographic facilities.
Pike Market Child Care & Preschool
Securing high quality child care is an emotional and financial challenge for any parent. For a family earning a low income the challenge can be insurmountable. Our program provides service to children aged 18 months to 5 years on a sliding scale.
Pike Market Senior Center & Food Bank
We serve over 1,100 predominantly low-income and homeless seniors annually. Clients face the challenges of aging while enduring the social isolation that can accompany poverty, mental illness, or struggles with addiction.
Pike Place Market Foundation
We support the Market's various human services programs, including the Medical Clinic, Child Care & Preschool, Senior Center and Food Bank.
Pilchuck Glass School
Pilchuck Glass School inspires creativity, transforms individuals and builds community.
Pilgrim Africa's mission is to challenge despair, love boldly, and help African people create a future of sustainable prosperity and health.
Pioneer Human Services
We help people overcome the challenges of chemical dependency, mental health issues or criminal histories through housing, employment, training, reentry and treatment services, using earned revenue from our entrepreneurial activities.
PlantAmnesty was founded in 1987 by Cass Turnbull to get the word out about good pruning. We have since expanded our mission to include tree preservation and have steadily grown to 1,200 members in 32 states and 3 countries.
Plateau Outreach Ministries
Plateau Outreach Ministries (POM) was formed in 1998 when the churches of the local Plateau Ministerial Association joined with members of the Enumclaw plateau communities to help those in crisis.
Playwrights’ Theatre was founded as a theatre company rooted in the Puget Sound community with a focus on developing new works by playwrights and providing a forum for the work to be shown.
Plus One Foundation
Plus One Foundation grants money to children and adults with a neurological injury, disorder, or disease. We fund activities in the community that offer education, rehabilitation, and training.
Plymouth Congregational Church
Believing that God's love transcends all human distinctions, Plymouth welcomes people of all races and cultures, of varied social and economic conditions, and regardless of sexual orientation.
Plymouth Healing Communities
Plymouth Healing Communities provides housing and companionship to people living with chronic mental illness. Companionship is central to all that we do and what makes us unique.
Plymouth Housing Group
Plymouth Housing Group owns and operates 11 residental apartment buildings in the Seattle downtown area, providing safe, permanent housing for formerly homeless adults.
Polish Home Foundation
Polish Home Foundation is the main Polish-American charity in Seattle and the Washington State. It serves as a financial arm for the Polish Home - the Polish Cultural Center in Seattle as well as for other local Polish-American organizations.
Pomegranate Center began in 1986 as a laboratory for connecting community betterment with art/design, environmental sustainability and intelligent, creative volunteer involvement.
The majority of Pongo's young writers have suffered early childhood trauma, such as abuse and neglect. Our authors often have severe emotional problems, low self-esteem, and difficulty expressing themselves.
Pony World Theatre
Pony World Theatre (PWT) was founded in 2009 by a small group of local theatre artists who were committed to making meaningful, imaginative performances that didn’t compromise intent or integrity.
Port Gamble S'Klallam Foundation
The Port Gamble S’Klallam Foundation, a tax exempt nonprofit organized in 2002, is dedicated to improving the quality of life for Port Gamble S’Klallam tribal members while increasing the understanding of the Tribe’s rich cultural heritage.
Port Townsend Marine Science Center
For over 30 years, the Port Townsend Marine Science Center has inspired hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world to experience first-hand the marine environment.
Post-Prison Education Program
The goal of the Post-Prison Education Program is to dramatically reduce recidivism by harnessing the power of education.
Potlatch Fund is a Native American organization that wishes to bring the benefits of philanthropy to Native American communities throughout the Northwest.
Pottery Northwest works to engage those with an interest in ceramic arts at all levels.
Not every child gets the same education, Powerful Schools partners with some of Seattle and S. King County's most economically and racially diverse public schools to change that.
Powerful Voices provides free, innovative, evidence-based programs for adolescent girls in Seattle public schools and in and out of the King County juvenile justice system.
The Trust enables people to grow healthy organic produce for themselves and their families, to learn to garden and teach their children to garden, and to be part of an inclusive local community.
Pratham is the largest non-governmental organization providing quality education to underprivileged children of India.
Pratt Fine Arts Center
Pratt transforms the lives of individuals of all ages, skill levels, ethnicities and economic means through art by offering creative experiences for newcomers, emerging artists and learning and teaching opportunities for professional artists.
Pride Foundation connects, inspires and strengthens the Northwest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community in pursuit of equality.
Proforum presents the Social Justice Film Festival.
Program for Early Parent Support
PEPS is a place where new parents meet, share, and learn in facilitated sessions. Each meeting includes time for sharing parenting highs and lows, followed by a discussion of the week's topic related to the joys and challenges of parenting.
Project Access Northwest
Project Access Northwest is a nonprofit health care organization that links low-income uninsured patients who get their primary care in community clinics, public health clinics or free clinics with volunteering specialist, hospitals and other services.
Project Canine provides Animal Assisted Therapy training and certification for volunteers visiting a variety of populations including at-risk youth, seniors, ill and dying adults and children, and first responders.
Prospect Enrichment Preschool
Prospect Enrichment Preschool is designed to help each child (24 – 3-5 year olds) acquire the skills and confidence that will promote their optimal development.
Prosthetics Outreach Foundation
We seek to provide mobility to amputees and children and adults with limb deformities in developing countries to help them live healthy, productive lives.
We help children and adults with disabilities decide how they want to live their lives, and then provide support services to help them fully realize those choices.
Providence Hospice of Seattle Foundation
Providence Hospice of Seattle provides expert and compassionate physical, emotional, and spiritual care to terminally ill adults and children in King and South Snohomish Counties.
Providence Marianwood Foundation
Providence Marianwood is a skilled nursing provider specializing in both short term rehabilitation and long term care. Our commitment to delivering the best care is reflected in all that we do.
Puget Sound Adlerian Society
PSAS offers courses, seminars, forums, and other resources to parents, educators, counselors, and other people interested in improving human relationships.
Puget Sound Blood Center
Saving lives through research, innovation, education and excellence in blood and tissue services in partnership with our community.
Puget Sound Christian Clinic
PSCC has provided primary health care to the low-income insured since 2003. With 48% of our patients traveling 15-40 miles, we are expanding throughout Puget Sound, providing holistic medical care in communities where patients live.
Puget Sound Community School
We believe the traditional school model is outdated, and we're providing a new paradigm that can be used as an example for others. Our program focuses on creating a safe, loving, nurturing environment and supporting kids' intrinsic motivation.
Puget Sound Restoration Fund
Puget Sound Restoration Fund (PSRF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to restoring marine habitat, water quality and native species in Puget Sound.
Puget Sound Sage
Puget Sound Sage is a strategic partnership of local community, faith, immigrant and other organizations working for a more livable community.
Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
Passionate, professional and focused, PSA is the grassroots advocate for the protection and preservation of Puget Sound. Our non-profit, non-partisan mission - stopping pollution - makes measurable differences in bringing clean water back to Puget Sound.
Purrfect Pals is a no-kill shelter providing sanctuary for up to 300 difficult to adopt cats including FIV, leukemia and geriatric colonies as well as an area for cats with behavior problems.
As a full-service exercise therapy center, Pushing Boundaries provides intensive exercise programs that help those paralyzed due to illness, injury or other neurological disorder regain function.
The mission of Q-Squared is to improve the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health of sexual minority men by building a stronger sense of community, increasing individual responsibility, and improving self-esteem.
Queen Anne Farmers Market
The Queen Anne Farmers Market is Seattle’s only independent, non-profit farmers market built by the community for the community.
Queen Anne Helpline
The Queen Anne Helpline is a safety net for neighbors in need. The donations we receive help us provide, funds for those who have suffered job loss, illness, or unexpected expenses and are facing eminent eviction or utility shut-off.
Queen Anne High School Alumni Association
This fully volunteer organization promotes public education through the establishment of endowments and scholarships and to honor and keep alive the name of Queen Anne High School (QAHS).
quiet is a multidisciplinary arts community engaging in social change and personal transformation through meaningful expressions of intentional art.
Rain City Rock Camp for Girls
Rain City Rock Camp for Girls is dedicated to building positive self-esteem in girls and encouraging creative expression through music.
Rainier Beach Community Empowerment Coalition
Rainier Beach Community Empowerment Coalition (RBCEC) builds neighborhood capacity by supporting and/or bringing resources along side resident/citizen lead neighborhood efforts and by promoting/facilitating alliance building and collaboration.
Rainier Beach Moving Forward
Rainier Beach Moving Forward (RBMF) is a community based organization dedicated to helping the neighborhood and its residents reach their highest potential via stewardship of the community’s Neighborhood Plan Update.
Rainier Scholars is a rigorous and comprehensive educational program serving promising students of color over an 11-year journey from 6th grade to college graduation.
Rainier Valley Food Bank
Our mission is to provide healthy food for our hungry neighbors. Our vision is a hunger-free Rainier Valley.
Rainier Valley Historical Society
The Rainier Valley Historical Society's mission is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret the history and heritage of the Rainier Valley and its people, and to promote public involvement in and appreciation of its history and culture.
Raising Our Youth as Leaders Project
The ROYAL Project (Raising Our Youth As Leaders) is a program that provides intensive supportive services and diversion strategies to King County youth involved in the juvenile justice system.
Raven Rock Ranch
Raven Rock Ranch pairs a rescued horse with an at-risk child. The experience of connecting to the horse gives each child a starting place to reconnect with the community.
Ravenna String Orchestras
The Ravenna String Orchestra provides opportunities for amateur musicians to share their love of music with the community.
Reach Out and Read Washington State
Reach Out and Read prepares America's youngest children to succeed in school by partnering with doctors to prescribe books and encourage families to read together.
Rebound of Whatcom County
Rebound acts as a bridge between state agencies, schools, community based services and churches; enlisting the help of hundreds of community volunteers helps serve the needs of at-risk families.
Rebuilding Together Seattle
Rebuilding Together Seattle (RTS) provides FREE home repairs for low income homeowners and non-profit facilities. RTS serves homeowners who are elderly, disabled, families with children, and veterans in need.
Utilizing an alternative therapeutic community model, Recovery Café provides the essential anchor of loving community. This anchor is what allows our Members and visitors to gain and maintain access to services, employment and education.
Red Eagle Soaring
Red Eagle Soaring (RES) is a Seattle-based 501(c)(3) supporting youth access to Native arts and culture with free programming integrating contemporary theatre and traditional Native performing arts.
Red Eye Rep
Red Eye Rep’s mission is to create quality productions of music and musical theater composed by new songwriters
Red Waggin' Rescue
Red Waggin’ Rescue is a no-kill organization that is tirelessly committed to every animal that it saves.
Reel Grrls is an after-school media and technology training program that empowers teenage girls (ages 9-19) in Washington state to critique media images and to gain media technology skills mentored by a network of multi-cultural women media professionals.
Refugee Federation Service Center
Refugee Federation Service Center (RFSC) provides comprehensive services to refugees and immigrants to successfully adjust their new life in this community.
Refugee Support Services Coalition
The Refugee Support Service Coalition provides a variety of youth, parent, and community services to East African refugees and immigrants.
Refugee Women's Alliance
ReWA is one of the largest refugee and immigrant service providers in the region, delivering a continuum of culturally competent wrap-around services to help refugee and immigrant families thrive in their new homes.
Renton Area Youth and Family Services
RAYS is the largest, local family services organization in its service area, primarily Renton and Tukwila. As such, the organization fills a critical need for mental health and related services for children, youth, and families.
Renton Community Foundation
We manage over forty individual charitable funds to benefit a broad array of community needs, including healthcare, the arts, education, children-at-risk, even pet care.
Rescue is a project that is dedicated to collecting unused medical supplies and equipment from medical facilities here in Washington State for the purpose of community support, global aid and waste reduction.
Located in Kirkland, Washington, Residence XII is the Northwest's premier nonprofit gender-specific treatment center for women and families struggling with alcohol and chemical dependency.
Resource Media provides communications strategy and media services to nonprofits, foundations and others who are working to protect communities and the environment.
REST (Real Escape from the Sex Trade)
REST exists to provide pathways to freedom, safety, and hope to young women and girls victimized by sex trafficking through our direct outreach, mentorship, and restorative housing programs.
RESULTS Educational Fund
Our vision is of a world where the devastating impacts of poverty no longer cripple the ability of individuals and families to sustain themselves and contribute their talents to the world in which they live.
Richard Hugo House
Richard Hugo House is a center for the literary arts that supports writers of all ages and backgrounds and promotes the creation of new writing though classes, residencies and events.
Richard’s Rwanda is a group of United States students who are working together to support Rwandan girls’ education.
Rite of Passage Journeys
Journeys is the only organization in the country that provides an extended wilderness program component with an explicit focus of rites of passage.
RiteCare of Washington
We provide free speech therapy for young children, ages 2-7, who are experiencing severe delays in their speech/language development. Our intensive, individualized therapy prepares children for kindergarten and helps them catch up to their peers.
We envision a future when every person knows their watershed and is an active caretaker of their local, river, lake, stream or bay. We work for a day when all people have access to clean plentiful water.
Riverview Education Foundation
The Riverview Education Foundation (REF) is a non-profit, volunteer organization established to enhance the educational opportunities of Riverview School District students.
Rockit Community Arts
Rockit Community Arts is a volunteer-powered community arts non-profit organization focusing on South Seattle families and artists.
Room Circus Medical Clowning
Ear to the Ground presents captivating and transformative theatre that engages audience's imaginations with live music, striking visuals and intense physicality.
Room One is a non-profit health and social service center located in the rural Methow Valley of north central Washington.
Roosevelt High School Foundation
The Roosevelt High School Foundation believes in the right of all students to a quality, personalized, public education that promotes academic excellence and helps students build the necessary skills, knowledge and self-esteem.
ROOTS / Shalom Zone Nonprofit Association
The ROOTS Young Adult Shelter opened in 1999 as the result of the community identifying a significant unmet need for shelter designed specifically for young people ages 18 to 25.
Roots of Empathy USA
Roots of Empathy is an award-winning charitable organization that offers empathy-based programming for children. Our vision is to change the world - child by child.
Rotary First Harvest
Rotary First Harvest (RFH) began as a project of the University District Rotary Club (Seattle) in 1982. Today, RFH has 27 years of experience in surplus produce procurement, collection and distribution.
Rwanda Girls Initiative
Rwanda Girls Initiative (RGI) was formed in 2008 with the mission of creating a replicable model girls secondary school in Rwanda. The Gashora Girls Academy of Science and Technology is an upper-secondary boarding school for 270 girls.
Ryther Child Center is a nationally accredited agency that offers residential and outpatient programs for children and youth impacted by physical and sexual abuse, mental illness, and chemical addiction.
Sacred Music Chorale
Sacred Music Chorale is an interdenominational community chorus based in the Puget Sound region.
Safe Crossings Foundation
The Safe Crossings Foundation provides major funding for children's bereavement services provided by the Safe Crossings Children's Grief Counseling program and Camp Erin of King County.
Safe Schools Coalition
Safe Schools Coalition helps schools become safe places where every family can belong, where every educator can teach, and where every child can learn.
SafeFutures Youth Center
SafeFutures Youth Center operates under its innovative Comprehensive Family Model - a culturally competent support system for moderate to high risk youth that is inclusive of their entire environment - families, schools, judicial courts, employers.
We strive to put an end to sexual and domestic violence and advocate for personal and societal change through crisis intervention and education.
Sail Sand Point
Sail Sand Point is a community small boat program dedicated to youth and access for all. We accomplish our mission by nurturing self confidence, leadership and an appreciation of our marine environment.
Salish Sea Expeditions
Salish Sea Expeditions is a recognized leader in science and environmental education in the Puget Sound region. Our programs impel 5th to 12th grade students to design and conduct original scientific research.
Samaritan Center of Puget Sound
We provide counseling, education, consultation, mediation and other services for individuals, families, congregations and organizations.
San Juan Island Family Resource Center
The San Juan Island Family Resource Center is a drop-in, resource and referral center for members of the community who need assistance navigating their way in any of the social services systems in San Juan County.
San Juan Nature Institute
San Juan Nature Institute serves the San Juan Islands. The San Juan Islands and their surrounding waters are a world-renowned biological hot spot and unique in their coastal environment and geologic history.
San Juan Preservation Trust
The oldest land trust in the State of Washington, the San Juan Preservation Trust is a private, non-profit, membership-supported organization dedicated to helping people and communities conserve land in the San Juan Islands.
Sanctuary Art Center
The Sanctuary Art Center connects homeless youth with the visual and performing arts community. We believe the creative process allows youth to process the trauma and chaos they experience.
Sand Point Arts and Cultural Exchange
SPACE (Sand Point Arts and Cultural Exchange) funds, facilitates and promotes arts and cultural uses of Warren G. Magnuson Park for the public, serving diverse audiences and forging regional collaborations.
Save Habitat and Diversity of Wetlands
SHADOW partners with local organizations to provide educational and recreational opportunities to the community, and to conduct projects in wetland and forest restoration.
Save Lake Sammamish
We work with agencies, jurisdictions, community groups and other non-profits to preserve this valuable natural resource which is an important recreational asset used by millions in an increasingly urbanized area.
Save Our Wild Salmon Coalition
We focus on the Columbia/Snake River basin. In 1850, up to 30 million wild salmon returned to the Columbia annually; 12 million of those continued up the Snake. Today, barely a million salmon return to the entire basin.
Save Their Smiles
Save their Smiles is a grass-roots effort lead entirely by volunteers. Out goal is simple and achievable: to decrease pain and suffering by teaching people to brush their teeth! There are absolutely no overhead costs.
School of Acrobatics & New Circus Arts
SANCA offers year-round circus arts classes in 12-week sessions, and circus day camps during school breaks, including ten weeks of summer camps. SANCA provides youth with a safe, social, constructive environment for unique physical arts education.
Schools for Salone
Schools for Salone seeks partnerships to build schools, to create healthy learning environments and to support students and teachers in Sierra Leone.
School's Out Washington
School's Out Washington (SOWA) is a statewide intermediary organization serving the field of afterschool and youth development (AYD) programs throughout Washington state
Schooner Martha Foundation
The Foundation's mission is to restore and maintain the 1907 Historic schooner yacht Martha so she may continue to be used for youth and adult sail training programs for generations to come.
Science and Management of Addictions
Science and Management of Addictions (SAMA) is a privately funded nonprofit organization based in Seattle, Washington with the goal of improving the management as well as the science of substance addiction.
Sea Mar Community Health Centers
Sea Mar Community Health Centers is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing health and human services to all who seek them, regardless of ability to pay.
Seabeck Conference Center
Seabeck Conference Center provides retreat facilities including lodging, food service, meeting space and recreational opportunities to non-profit organizations.
The Foundation programs highlight the area’s cultural heritage, develop young leaders and further the Festival’s commitment to education and charitable missions through unique events and performances.
SeaShare manages numerous programs that combine several donations into nutritious seafood meals for the men, women, and children who rely on America's food bank network.
Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences
Seattle Academy is an independent, college preparatory school, serving 6th - 12th grade students. Our philosophy is that students will acquire the skills they will need in an uncertain future in a culture of performance and a diverse community.
Seattle Actors Workshop
The aim of Seattle Actors Workshop is to create opportunities for dynamic creative exploration for professional theatre artists to continue learning at all levels of their careers.
Seattle Animal Shelter Foundation
Seattle Animal Shelter Foundation supports the programs and initiatives of the Seattle Animal Shelter by engaging our community, increasing awareness and raising funds.
The mission of the Seattle Aquarium is Inspiring Conservation of our Marine Environment. To do so we must help citizens learn about the interconnectedness of human behavior, the ocean, and climate change.
Seattle Area Support Groups & Community Center
We provide social and peer support groups to individuals faced with life challenging situations such as living with HIV, recovery/addiction, grief & loss, religious abuse, childhood sexual assault, spirituality, and much more.
Seattle Art Museum
As the largest art museum in the Pacific Northwest, SAM is dedicated to making great art accessible to everyone in our community at all three of the museum's sites.
Seattle Arts & Lectures
SAL presents to our community transformative programs with acclaimed writers, fostering diverse ideas, the imagination, and a love of reading and writing.
Seattle Audubon Society
Seattle Audubon is one of the oldest conservation organizations in the region. With 5,000 member households and an active base of more than 600 volunteer leaders, we work to connect people with birds and nature.
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute
Seattle BioMed’s research is the foundation for new drugs, vaccines and diagnostics that benefit those who need our help most: the 14 million who will otherwise die each year from infectious diseases.
Seattle Business Assistance Center
The Seattle Business Assistance Center dba Community Capital Development creates and sustains livable-wage jobs and fosters entrepreneurial opportunities, primarily for disadvantaged populations.
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance provides state-of-the-art, patient and family centered care, supports the conduct of cancer clinical research and education, enhances access to improved cancer interventions.
Seattle Center Foundation
Seattle Center Foundation was founded in 1977 to administer and encourage charitable gifts, grants, donations, and bequests to Seattle Center, a department of the City of Seattle.
Seattle Central Community College Foundation
The Seattle Central Community College Foundation raises private funds for the types of college programs and activities that enable Seattle Central students to succeed in college and beyond.
Seattle Chamber Music Society
Each year Seattle Chamber Music Society presents world-renowned musicians in fresh, exciting and spontaneous ensemble performances of traditional, contemporary and seldom-heard chamber music repertoire.
Seattle Children's Home
Founded in 1884, Seattle Children's Home (SCH) is a private, not-for-profit organization that responds to the mental health needs of children and their families throughout Seattle, King County and Washington State.
Seattle Children's Museum
The Museum offers 11 permanent exhibits, traveling exhibits and daily educational activities. We define our community as families with children ages birth to 10 from throughout Washington State.
Seattle Children's Theatre
Established in 1975, Seattle Childrens Theatre has become the second largest resident theatre for children and families in North America and serves over 220,000 patrons annually.
Seattle Chinatown International District PDA
SCIDpda's goal is to revitalize our neighborhood through activities that preserve its multi-ethnic culture, meet the needs of our community, and help our neighborhood adapt in ways that encourage long-term sustainability.
Seattle Chinese Garden Society
The Seattle Chinese Garden Society will serve primarily as a cultural and horticultural education center, in addition to beautifying the Seattle environment and expanding the City's open park spaces.
Seattle Choral Company
The SCC exposes audiences throughout King County to classic symphonic masterworks and to deserving contemporary choral compositions.
Seattle Classic Guitar Society
The Seattle Classic Guitar Society (SCGS) promotes the art of the classical guitar in the Greater Seattle Area by building and sustaining a diverse community of students, performers and listeners.
Seattle Community Law Center
SCLC prevents and remedies homelessness by assisting people with physical and mental disabilities in their need to obtain and maintain federal disability benefits.
Seattle Counseling Service
Seattle Counseling Service (SCS) is a community resource that advocates, educates and serves to advance the social well being and mental health of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender communities.
Seattle Dance Project
The primary goal of Seattle Dance Project is to create exciting new works that reflect the talent of the dancers both individually as independent artists and collectively as an ensemble.
Seattle Design Foundation
The Seattle Design Foundation (SDF) is a nonprofit organization established to inspire and sponsor design through grants and mentorship.
Seattle Education Access
SEAs doors are open to all at-risk, low-income young adults in King County, Washington who have a strong desire and the necessary life skills to go to college, but who have inadequate resources to make their dreams a reality.
Seattle Genealogical Society
The Seattle Genealogical Society, founded in 1923, is an educational organization devoted exclusively to furthering genealogical research, promoting interest in family history, and preserving records.
Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society
The Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization performing the operatic works of Gilbert and Sullivan in Seattle, WA, since 1954.
Seattle Girls' Choir
SGC provides a wide range of classical choral education, performance and touring opportunities for girls between the ages of 4 and 18.
Seattle Girls' School
Through our Need-Based Financial Aid Program, Seattle Girls School strives to diminish barriers and provide equal access to a first-rate education to all of Seattle’s daughters.
Seattle Glee Clubs
The need SGC fills and the main role it serves is to offer adult amateur singers opportunities to engage in lifelong learning and sing in a traditional or jazz choir.
Seattle Goodwill offers free job training programs that help low-income and disadvantaged people get jobs so they can support themselves and their families.
Seattle Hebrew Academy
As Seattle’s oldest Jewish day school, Seattle Hebrew Academy is celebrating a 65th year tradition of providing students, families and the community a school of excellence, founded on inspiring academics.
Seattle Humane Society
The Seattle Humane Society is a private, nonprofit animal welfare organization. Our vision for the future is to save the lives of all orphaned companion animals in our community.
Seattle ICO is a community outreach program that provides opportunities for urban youth to explore, enjoy, and protect the natural world.
Seattle Indian Health Board
SIHB assists American Indians and Alaska Natives in achieving the highest possible physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual well-being.
Seattle JazzED is a bold new venture that addresses the critical need for equitable access to the arts in Seattle and the surrounding region.
Seattle Jewish Chorale
SJC is a non-discriminatory organization, made up of qualified Jewish and non-Jewish singers.
Seattle Jobs Initiative
SJIs overarching objective is to improve the lives of families living in poverty by helping disadvantaged adults gain the skills and education required to secure and advance in good paying careers and achieve economic self-sufficiency.
Seattle MESA is a STEM career focused outreach program that works with underrepresented students within the Seattle School District. Our primary focus is to encourage students to go to college and pursue careers in the STEM Fields.
Seattle Milk Fund
Seattle Milk Fund is the only charitable organization in King County that provides child care grants to parents who are pursuing higher education.
Seattle Music Partners
SMP teaches children to read and play music, while building self-confidence, team work and listening and communication skills. SMP also offers the rewards of community service to accomplished high-school student musicians.
Seattle Musical Theatre
We produce four musicals per season with local talent and designers, and are the only theatre in the area that produces only musical theatre. Our programming is designed to include at least one family show.
Seattle Neighborhood Greenways
Seattle Neighborhood Greenways is a rapidly growing volunteer coalition representing 21 neighborhoods to plan and advocate for safe and healthy streets connecting us to the places we use.
Seattle Opera strives to produce musically extraordinary, theatrically compelling operas, employing uniformly high-quality casts, dramatically aware conductors, and innovative yet textually concerned directors and designers.
Seattle Pacific University
Serving more than 3,800 students, Seattle Pacific University's academic programs give undergraduate, graduate, and continuing students the opportunities and tools they need to influence the world for good.
Seattle Parks Foundation
Seattle Parks Foundation is an independent nonprofit organization founded in 2000 to bring additional resources to our city’s park system.
Seattle Peace Chorus
Seattle Peace Chorus (SPC) promotes peace and justice through the sharing of music and ideas, both locally and globally, and traveled to several areas in the world, e.g. former Soviet Union, Cuba, Chile, and Venezuela.
Seattle Pianist Collective
The Seattle Pianist Collective is a modern piano and chamber music group that performs eclectic programs throughout the year, including electronic and experimental music, and often debuting new works from around the world
Seattle Police Foundation
The mission of the Seattle Police Foundation is to raise community support and awareness for the Seattle Police Department.
Seattle Preparatory School
Seattle Preparatory School is a Catholic, college preparatory school. Our mission is the development of young men and women in the processes of learning to learn, learning to live and learning to love.
Seattle Pro Musica
Seattle Pro Musica, a 70-voice ensemble, is known for adventurous programming and compelling performances.
Seattle Public Theater
Seattle Public Theater (SPT) is a mid-sized professional theater dedicated to building community through the performing arts.
Seattle Repertory Theatre
Nationally recognized as one of the top regional theatres in the country, the 1990 Tony Award winning Seattle Rep reaches nearly 130,000 audience members annually through its mainstage season, new play workshops, and other public programming.
Seattle Rock Orchestra
Seattle Rock Orchestra (SRO) is dedicated to creating performances that are spectacular fun, educational, and of exceptional quality.
Seattle Shakespeare Company
Seattle Shakespeare Company is Washington State’s ambassador for William Shakespeare, operating with fiscal responsibility, exquisite artistic quality and broad outreach, bringing classical theatre to people of every age and economic level.
Seattle Symphony engages the community through a variety of music series to serve all musical preferences, and has earned a reputation for innovative and adventurous programming.
Seattle Teen Music
Seattle Teen Music is dedicated to supporting youth and young adult music in the Seattle area.
Seattle Theatre Group
Seattle Theatre Group's (STG) greatest achievements are the vast diversity of its presentations, the role that the artists it presents play in the community, and the continued vitality of two major historic theatres.
Seattle Tilth inspires and educates people to grow food organically, conserve natural resources and support local food systems in order to cultivate a healthy urban environment and community.
With 7,900 undergraduate and graduate students, Seattle University seeks a total educational experience encompassing the classroom, campus and community, that develops competence, character, and leadership.
Seattle Urban Academy
SUA offers a positive educational community to young people who are hurting. We embrace and build up teens who face high risks and have histories of academic failure.
Seattle Women's Jazz Orchestra
The Seattle Women's Jazz Orchestra (SWOJO) features many of the finest female jazz artists in the region, showcasing high intensity jazz, tight harmonies, and lush dynamic sounds.
From volunteer projects to board training to dialogues with elected officials, Seattle Works is developing the knowledge, connections and skills of our next generation of community leaders.
Seattle Young People's Project
Our work consists of youth-led social change projects, consciousness-raising programs, and skill-building internships. Through these endeavors, young people gain an anti-oppression analysis, learn grassroots community organizing skills, and take action!
Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras
Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras (SYSO) is the largest youth symphony organization in the U.S., directly serving over 1,100 students each year. SYSO offers a variety of programming to meet the music education needs of students at every level.
Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness
The Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness unites homeless service providers, housing providers, homeless people, and concerned supporters for education, advocacy, and action.
Seattle-King County Asset Building Collaborative
We connect people with affordable, mainstream banking; financial planning; financial ed; credit and debt counseling; free tax prep; public benefits; microenterprise development; and homeownership and foreclosure prevention resources.
Seattle-King County Dental Foundation
We fund programs that provide dental care to the under- and uninsured population who cannot easily obtain care. We work closely with the Dental Society to provide volunteers to work on those programs that we fund.
Seattle's Union Gospel Mission
As a Christian faith-based social service provider, the Mission is uniquely positioned to provide help and services to people in need in the King County community.
SEAVURIA connects students in KE and WA State, through transformative experiences that inspire them to love and use science to make a difference in their lives and beyond.
SEAWEED is committed to bringing local community members together in building large-scale interactive art projects.
SecondStory Repertory is dedicated to providing Eastside patrons with high quality theatrical performances and theatre education.
When the health and safety of children are at risk, Secret Harbor provides safe, stable and caring homes for children and services to help them heal.
Senior Services is the most comprehensive non-profit agency serving older adults and their loved ones in Washington State. Established in 1967, we promote positive aging for thousands of seniors and their families each year.
Senior Services of Snohomish County
Senior Services of Snohomish County is the largest and most comprehensive nonprofit service provider for older adults, people with disabilities and those who care for them in Snohomish County.
Seniors Creating Art
Art classes in different mediums are taught by professional art instructors to senior citizens in community centers, senior centers and other facilities in Washington State that wish to host an 8 week long art program.
Sequim Education Foundation
Sequim Education Foundation (SEF) is a non-profit public charity founded to benefit Sequim public school students, teachers and administrators.
Serendipity Dance Brigade
Serendipity Dance Brigade is focused on collaboration across the arts in multi-media performance promoting therapeutic movement past traditional dance boundaries.
Service Learning Seattle
Service Learning Seattle partners Seattle Public Schools, higher education, local government, businesses, community based organizations, teachers and empowered youth to support high quality service learning opportunities.
Seward Park Audubon Center
The Seward Park Environmental & Audubon Center is part of national Audubon's vision to make conservation the path to a better future by building a constituency as diverse as nature to help protect nature.
For 21 years we have been working to eradicate homelessness, educate the community, and empower homeless people.
Shared Housing Services
Shared Housing Services serves vulnerable members of our community by meeting the specific needs of the individuals and families we serve.
ShareNet Food Bank
A fragile local economy and lack of employment or underemployment continues to stress local families and their ability to meet household bills. ShareNet is meant for exactly such emergencies, and focuses its resources on the hardest hit.
Gary Barckert, an ordained Presbyterian pastor in the PCUSA, with his wife, Miriam, have built this outreach on 40+ years of service and the relationships they have developed.
Shepherd's Counseling Services
Shepherd's Counseling Services provides long-term therapy in a private practice style environment for adult men and women who were sexually abused when they were children.
Shoreline Christian School
Shoreline Christian School is a Preschool through Grade 12 multi-denominational Christian school located in the Southeast corner of the City of Shoreline in Washington State.
Shoreline Community College Foundation
The Shoreline Community College Foundation is dedicated to increasing student access and success at Shoreline Community College through raising funds, building partnerships, and advocating for students and the college.
Shoreline Solar Project
Shoreline Solar Project is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to increase the awareness of, and use of renewable energy in homes and community.
Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council
The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a community-based arts organization whose mission is to nurture and support the arts in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park.
Founded in 2001, Shunpike is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping small and mid-sized arts groups better manage the business of art.
Sibling House provides support to licensed foster and relative placement homes in an effort to keep the kids together while in foster care.
Side-by-Side, a ministry of University Presbyterian Church, comes alongside families who have a seriously ill child.
SIFF creates experiences that bring people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world. It is through the art of cinema that we foster a community that is more informed, aware and alive.
SightConnection, formerly Community Services for the Blind, has developed into the Northwest’s leading vision rehabilitation agency specializing in helping individuals develop strategies & skills designed to enhance safety and independence.
We serve as a global leader and partner to eliminate cornea blindness.
Since 1993, Sightline Institute has worked to help build an inspired and informed citizenry—equipping Northwest leaders with the information and practical tools they need to advance long-term solutions to our region’s most significant challenges.
SIGN Fracture Care International
SIGN is a unique humanitarian aid organization dedicated to equality of fracture care across the world. The SIGN staff and volunteers work alongside more than 4,000 local surgeons in developing countries to prevent disability from fractures.
We produce themed, high quality chamber performances with audience interaction, in intimate, informal neighborhood locales.
Sister Schools is dedicated to giving children a better understanding of the world in which they live. Through our program they are able to experience the life-changing effect of personally giving to those less fortunate.
Skagit Land Trust
Skagit Land Trust was founded in 1992 to protect our region’s natural lands, open space and wildlife habitat for the benefit of this and future generations.
Skagit/Islands Head Start
Skagit/Islands Head Start (SIHS) operates 13 different learning centers for low income children in 9 communities throughout Skagit, Island, and San Juan Counties.
Sky Valley Food Bank
The Sky Valley Food Bank is a non-profit corporation located in Monroe, WA, established in 1976 to provide supplemental food assistance to those in need.
Skyway Solutions is made up of volunteers with a commitment to the neighborhood.
Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation
The Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation provides a way for people to help their community libraries through private donations, enabling excellence beyond what is possible through public funds alone.
SnoValley Tilth supports organic and sustainable food production practices throughout the Snoqualmie and Snohomish watersheds.
SOAR is a community coalition of early childhood and youth development providers that advances the healthy development of children, youth and families in Seattle and King County.
Social Justice Fund Northwest
Social Justice Fund Northwest is a foundation working at the frontlines of social change. We leverage the resources of our community to invest in nonprofit organizations that address root causes of injustice, rather than symptoms alone.
We provide housing and supportive services to homeless single women in transition: We serve homeless women, women just coming out of the prison system, women affected by domestic violence, women who are unable to find employment.
Solid Ground offers a combination of frontline services to help people living on low incomes to overcome hunger, homelessness, dislocation and other traumas associated with poverty.
Somali American Parents Association
Somali American Parents Association works with Parents for children's education improvement, to build up a bridge between Parents and Schools.
Somali Community Services Coalition
To enhance the well-being of Somalis through King County, empower families and individuals, and preserve the community's rich cultural heritage
Somali Youth & Family Club
We are dedicated to providing essential services to refugees and other underserved families and youth in King County.
Songwriters in Seattle
Songwriters in Seattle is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization with over 1000 members and 10 events per month dedicated to the education of musicians and cultural enrichment of the Pacific Northwest region.
The goal of SOS Outreach programs is to increase resiliency and protective factors in youth through adventure-sports and core value based character development.
Soulumination celebrates the lives of children and parents facing life-threatening conditions by providing professional photographs--free of charge--of these special individuals and their families.
Sound Action is an environmental watchdog group dedicated to protecting the health of Puget Sound's nearshore habitats and species.
Sound Child Care Solutions
Sound Child Care Solutions' mission is to educate children for life by deeply integrating child-centered, high quality, anti-biased, early childhood education with excellent business practices.
By fostering mutually respectful relationships and solution focused problem solving Sound Discipline hopes to empower children, families, schools, and communities to thrive and promote academic excellence, citizenship, equity, and democracy.
Sound Experience operates the historic schooner Adventuress - Puget Sound's environmental tall ship - to educate, inspire and empower all to care for our region's waterways.
Sound Mental Health
We specialize in serving the hardest-to-serve mentally ill clients, in particular those with complex needs that require treatment within multiple systems in King County.
Sound Salmon Solutions
Sound Salmon Solutions is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose missions is to ensure the health of salmon and their habitat in the Snohomish, Stillaguamish, and Island County watersheds.
Sound Steps is a free community walking program for people age 50 and over in the Seattle area, offered by Seattle Parks and Recreation.
Sound Theatre Company
SOUND THEATRE COMPANY presents highly theatrical work inspired by language and music while showcasing professional and emerging talent in the Seattle area.
Sound Youth VISTA
Sound Youth VISTA empowers under-served teens in Seattle by placing capacity building AmeriCorps VISTA members at partner nonprofit organizations.
South County Cats
South County Cats is an all-volunteer, non-profit, spay/neuter assistance organization based in Maple Valley.
South End Ultimate Program
All Girl Everything Ultimate Program (AGE UP) is a Seattle-wide leadership program that brings together middle school and high school aged girls with world-class female athletes.
South King Council of Human Services
For over 25 years, SKCHS has worked to ensure that the people of South King County continue to have access to the basic building blocks of a strong society: health care, housing and human services.
South Park Area Redevelopment Committee
The South Park Area Redevelopment Committee (SPARC) operates the South Park Neighborhood Center, including the South Park Senior Program and provides fiscal sponsorship to local organizations.
South Park Information and Resource Center
SPIARC is the primary multi-lingual resource for the South Park community and its diverse immigrant population. SPIARC serves as a neighborhood hub provides information vital to being self-sufficient in work, health and life.
South Park Neighborhood Association
SPNA is a community membership organization that gives voice to residents of South Park. We bring neighbors together, foster a sense of community, and provide a forum for residents to make South Park better.
South Sound Critter Care
South Sound Critter Care is the only wildlife center located in King County and is dedicated to the care, rehabilitation and release of orphaned and injured wildlife.
South Whidbey Good Cheer
Good Cheer serves the southern portion of Whidbey Island including the communities of Langley, Clinton, Freeland, Bayview, and Greenbank -- an unusually large area for an independent food bank.
Southeast Youth and Family Services
SEYFS is a private nonprofit youth and family services agency located in the Columbia City area of Seattle, the most ethnically and economically diverse community in the country.
Southern Poverty Law Center
The Southern Poverty Law Center is dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of society.
Southwest Seattle Historical Society
The Southwest Seattle Historical Society (SWSHS) was founded in 1984. Founding members chose to dedicate this organization to historic preservation, heritage education and community service for the Southwest Seattle area.
Sparrow Clubs USA
Sparrow Clubs USA is a 501(c)3 charity that serves children in medical need through the community service efforts of their peers in schools and youth organizations.
Special Moments organization believes that every child deserves to experience a moment so special that it allows them to let down their guard and forget about their circumstances which prohibits them from being childlike or just enjoying the moment.
Special Olympics Washington
We provide critical services free programs for those with intellectual disabilities--who often suffer severe and chronic health problems--so they may build motor skills, self confidence, social skills, and skills to become more independent.
Spectrum Dance Theater
Founded in 1982, the core mission of Spectrum Dance Theater has remained unchanged for over 25 years: to make dance accessible, without limitations, to the community.
Based in the belief that "every child has a right to clean water," Splash International cleans contaminated water — making it safe for drinking — for children in urban poverty.
Sports in Schools
We ensure kids have the chance to stay connected to their schools during out of school time through positive athletic experiences.
Springwire (formerly known as Community Voice Mail) uses communication technology to connect people in poverty to the life-changing resources needed to help them survive and thrive in life.
Sprout's mission is to sustain local emerging artists through grants and community engagement.
St. Anne School
We believe that each child is a unique individual created by God and endowed with a variety of gifts and abilities, which are nurtured within the learning environment.
St. Cecilia Catholic School
Beginning as a preschool only, with 14 students, in 2001, we have added a grade each year. We now offer an excellent academic Catholic education to children in preschool - eighth grade to the communities in north Kitsap County.
St. George Parish School
St George Parish School is a welcoming, supportive, accessible community of educators and diverse families who come together with a shared sense of purpose and dedication to lead our lives as Jesus did.
St. James Immigrant Assistance
Our program provides English tutoring, citizenship preparation, naturalization assistance, and help connecting to community resources to adult refugees and immigrants in King County.
St. John Catholic School
In partnership with parents, St. John School provides an excellent Catholic education rich with academic and co-curricular activities.
St. Joseph Catholic School
St. Joseph School is an all-city Catholic grade school founded in 1907 on the traditions of the Jesuits and the Holy Names Sisters.
St. Joseph School Issaquah Snoqualmie
St. Joseph School is a Catholic school offering instruction in preschool through 8th grade. St. Joseph School is committed to educating the whole child.
St. Joseph's Baby Corner
Every year the Baby Corner works with service providers—social workers and public health nurses—to distribute essential health and safety items to thousands of babies and toddlers living in poverty.
St. Luke School
With a focus on core areas of learning (math; science; language arts/literature; social studies; religion) St. Luke develops the educational foundation appropriate at each grade level from pre-school through 8th grade
St. Matthew School
In Partnership with the Home and Parish, we are here to promote Catholic Christian faith and academic excellence in an environment of opportunity, love, service, forgiveness and cultural diversity.
St. Stephen Housing Association
St. Stephen Housing Association (SSHA) has been providing affordable housing and support services to homeless families with children since 1989.
STAGEright is a non-profit fringe theatre company in Seattle. As a theatre, we aim to enrich lives and build community through new works and high-quality performing arts.
StandUp for Kids
The StandUp for Kids Seattle chapter is designed to meet the unique developmental needs of underserved homeless youth and young adults between the ages of 13-25.
Starlight Children's Foundation
When a child is seriously ill, the lives of all family members are turned upside down. Parents visit the hospital daily or escort their child to endless treatments and doctor appointments.
Steamer Virginia V Foundation
The Foundation has maintained and operated the S.S. Virginia V providing a glimpse into the region's maritime past. By maintaining the Virginia V as a working vessel, a living museum.
Stewardship Partners works with diverse stakeholder groups to create mutually workable solutions. We are a liaison between landowners & technical, financial, and marketing resources available from various sources.
Stillwaters Environmental Education Center
Stillwaters is an environmental education center in the Carpenter Creek watershed of Kingston, Washington, on the Kitsap Peninsula. Our 8 acres of wetlands ecosystem is valued for environmental, aesthetic and educational benefits.
Stone Soup Theatre
Stone Soup Theatre is Seattle's only theatre devoted to the one-act form. We are named for community — for the street we live on, and for the community portrayed in the original fable of stone soup.
The Chop Shop dance festival serves as a valuable support to local and regional dance artists unlike any other event that is presented on the Eastside.
Strawberry Theatre Workshop
Strawshop produces plays for the public which are designed to both inspire a community conversation and provide roles for actors that inspire great performances.
Street Yoga teaches yoga and mindfulness to youth and families struggling with homelessness, poverty, abuse, addiction, trauma, and behavioral challenges.
Street Youth Ministries
Street Youth Ministries (SYM) is a non-profit, faith-based organization serving homeless and at-risk youth and young adults ages 13-26 in the Seattle area.
Success Through Excellence Program
Success Through Excellence Program (STEP Ahead) provides a rigorous, three-year, after-school college access and readiness program for low-income, B to C+, high-school students in Seattle and South King County.
Summer Search Seattle
Summer Search is a leadership development program with a unique commitment to providing ongoing holistic and long-term support for low-income high school students to change their educational trajectory and life prospects.
The Sustainability Ambassadors Program, fiscally sponsored at Sustainable Seattle, trains exceptionally self-motivated young people from high school through college to become skilled systems thinkers, public speakers and project managers.
As a non-profit network of local, independently owned Whatcom County businesses and supporters, we facilitate sustainable economic development.
Sustainable Path Foundation
Sustainable Path Foundation pools donations and knowledge, looks at the whole picture of sustainability and funds projects that leverage change in our region.
Sustainable Seattle provides inspiration and education to the city's neighborhoods and local businesses, accelerating adoption of sustainable practices.
SustainableWorks is a national leader in delivering triple bottom line results: quality jobs, economic equity and a healthier environment.
Suyama Space provides artist opportunities for experimentation, inspiration, and education through response to the physical architecture of the building.
Swedish Medical Center Foundation
Swedish Medical Center Foundation raises philanthropic support for Swedish Medical Center, the largest nonprofit health-care provider in the Greater Seattle area.
T(OUR) Magazine is a writing and arts quarterly based out of Seattle with a focus on bridging the social gap between gays and straights, and on starting conversations about the LGBTQ community.
Tabor 100 has grown into a strong grassroots organization with effective programs that facilitate economic empowerment, support academic success and strengthen all minority communities.
Tacoma Art Museum
The museum is dedicated to exhibiting and collecting Northwest art, with the mission of connecting people through art.
Tacoma City Ballet
As Tacoma's Classical Ballet Company, we teach the art of classical ballet to individuals in the greater Tacoma area, provide performance opportunities, and produce quality dance performances for South Puget Sound's art-going community.
Tacoma Goodwill Industries
The goal of Tacoma Goodwill is to change the lives of the disabled and disadvantaged by giving them a second chance, providing training and job placement services to those in it's fifteen county service area.
Tacoma Lutheran Home & Retirement Community
With 75 years of service to seniors in our community, we continue to provide all levels of care including active retirement living, assisted living, skilled nursing, and memory care.
TAF (Technology Access Foundation)
TAF is dedicated to preparing students of color for academic and professional success in today's technology-driven world. TAF focuses on traditionally underserved communities in Seattle, offering programs that improve educational outcomes.
Talbot Hill Educational Trust
Talbot Hill Educational Trust , is set up solely to support Talbot Hill Elementary's MicroSociety Program. In addition to providing fund raising support, the Board also seeks out community support for the MicroSociety Program.
Tape Ministries Northwest
We loan books on tape and deliver them by mail to individuals all across the USA. All our services are free to anyone who qualifies.
Taproot Theatre Company
For 33 years Taproot has contributed to Seattle's vibrant theatre community through its Mainstage, Touring Program, and Acting Studio. With this three-pronged approach, we have served over 120,000 patrons each year.
Tateuchi Center is conducting a $160 million capital and endowment campaign to build a world-class performing arts center in Bellevue, Washington.
Tavon Center was created by a group of concerned parents, professionals, and friends who recognized the need for post-high school programs where young people with disabilities can continue to learn, grow, have friends, and work toward independence.
The goal of Teachers United is to improve outcomes for students by ensuring that a greater proportion of teachers have access to unbiased information regarding education policy and an efficient, effective platform for advocacy.
Team Read provides one-on-one reading tutoring for elementary (1st, 2nd & 3rd grade) students who are reading significantly below grade level. Research shows that it's critical to be a good reader by the 4th grade.
Team Survivor Northwest
The mission of Team Survivor Northwest is to support women in their cancer recovery through empowering programs of physical activity and health education.
Young people often come to the juvenile justice system with a host of serious issues that create crises and disruptions in their lives and contribute to delinquency and other poor life outcomes.
Teatro ZinZanni provides life-changing performances for audiences of all ages featuring circus performers from around the globe.
Technically Learning works to enable teachers to inspire and engage students in science, technology, engineering, and math subjects.
Technology Services Corps
Technology Services Corps (TSC) organizes overseas service trips - taking refurbished computers to underserved areas, training recipients, and, in the process, creating opportunities for enhancing cross-cultural understanding.
Seattle is a magnet city for homeless youth. On any given night, up to 1000 youth between the ages of 13 and 25 find themselves homeless in King County. An estimated 500 of these youth are younger than 18 years old.
Teens in Public Service
TIPS is dedicated to raising social awareness in teen leaders through valuable summer work while mutually benefiting nonprofit organizations.
TeenSmart promotes self care and self-empowerment among teens with the goal of reducing or preventing six risky health behaviors and promoting resilience among teens through the development of values and life skills.
TeenTix serves teenagers by making the Seattle area's rich cultural life affordable and accessible to them.
Teleios was founded to help men better deal with the fast paced world that they face every day. It is Teleios' conviction that all people are made to be in relationship with the Creator and with each other.
Ten Thousand Villages Seattle
At Ten Thousand Villages Seattle, we create a fair trade marketplace, bringing artisan goods from 130 countries around the globe to Seattle consumers.
Tenants Union of Washington State
Founded in 1977, the Tenants Union (TU) carries on a proud legacy of empowerment-based education and powerful grassroots organizing.
Tennis Outreach Programs
Tennis Outreach Programs (TOPs) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. TOPs provides affordable tennis to reach low-income, underserved at-risk youth. TOPS integrates tutoring programs with its tennis programs.
Thalia's mission is to produce plays that dance on the line between comedy and tragedy, taking the light of life seriously and the serious lightly; to create a space where, in Robert Frost's words, "the work is play for mortal stakes."
The 5th Avenue Theatre
The 5th Avenue Theatre proudly produce top-quality musical revivals, premieres of bound-for-Broadway shows, and present touring Broadway musicals.
The Alexander Hamilton Friends Association
The Hamilton Leader Academy uses five broad curriculum goals to guide all of its programming: transition; empowerment; heritage; leadership development; and financial literacy.
The Alliance for Pioneer Square
The Alliance for Pioneer Square works to promote neighborhood assets, history and businesses; activate its parks and public spaces; and advocate on behalf of Seattle's historic neighborhood.
The Anunnaki Project
The Anunnaki Project integrates aerial and modern dance, storytelling, stilt walking, and other unique movement and creative arts to create theatrical presentations that are unique to the Puget Sound region.
The Arc of King County
Founded in 1936, The Arc of King County is the oldest non-profit organization serving children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families in the Greater Puget Sound area.
The Backpack Academy
The Backpack Academy is a multi-disciplinarian non-profit supplemental educational agency located in South Seattle’s Rainier Valley. The purpose is to supplement students’ standard education of science and math.
The Balanda Community Association, Inc.
The Balanda Community Association brings together all the Balanda in the Diaspora to address and meet the neglected educational and health needs in the aftermath of two protracted civil wars.
The Boiler Room
The Boiler Room provides access to resources, education, activities, socialization and expression for individuals who may feel more comfortable outside conventional social structures.
The Bush School
The Bush School, with a Kindergarten-12th Grade student body of more than 500 boys and girls, stands firm in the conviction that both the quality and quantity of learning grows dramatically in a rich and aesthetic environment.
The C4 Group
The C4 Group has developed a structure for community engagement—coordinate, communicate, collaborate, and cultivate.
The CAIR Project
The CAIR Project is the regional organization that provides abortion funding and hotline support to women in Washington, Alaska, Idaho and Oregon.
The Care to Help Project
Care to Help is a very small organization, supported by individual donors, working to provide safe water and education to the minority tribal peoples of the Central Highlands of Vietnam.
The Chill Foundation - Seattle
Chill uses board sports such as snowboarding, surfing and skateboarding to motivate youth to accomplish exciting new goals and develop new skills, while teaching them important life lessons.
The Coffee Oasis
Hope in Christ Ministries exists to bring real life change to the street and homeless youth of Kitsap County, compassionately guiding them out of hopelessness and into lives of dignity, integrity, benevolence, and responsible stewardship.
The Community Foundation of South Puget Sound
The Foundation uses its expertise to support causes that strengthen our community; children, health and human services; the environment, conservation, animals, education and the arts.
In 1998 a group of caring people gathered under the direcrion of Glenn Schmekel to consider the unmet needs of our neighbors in need. The Cove Food Bank was established.
The DoVE Project
The DoVE Project is the only provider of domestic violence services on Vashon.
The Dream Power Foundation
The Dream Power Foundations strives to help at-risk kids by teaching positive values and showing positive role models. It includes an internship program for local teens and film students.
The Esoterics is recognized as the premier vocal ensemble in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest, one which continually finds inspiration in music’s oldest and purest form: the gathering of unaccompanied voices in song.
The First Tee of Greater Seattle
The First Tee contributes to a healthy community by providing quality education. The tool we use is The First Tee Life Skills Curriculum, a character education curriculum with a proven track record of success.
The Flow Project
We are showing the practical relevance and strategic value of artistic knowledge and experience. Our goal is for leaders and policy-makers to take into account the principles of art and artistic forces that shape the world.
The Food Bank @ St. Mary's
The Food Bank @ St. Mary's is a nonprofit organization providing free food to those in need within the Seattle City limits.
The Friendship Circle of Washington
At The Friendship Circle, therapists, teen volunteers, and staff step forward to ensure the long-term success and happiness of children with special needs.
The Funhouse Discovery Center of Orcas Island
The Funhouse provides children with classes, hands-on science exhibits, a professional recording studio with musical instruments, play areas, a video production studio, computer labs, and an extensive library of educational books and films.
The Giraffe Heroes Project
Since 1984 the Project has been finding real heroes and telling their stories from podiums, in schools, in the media and, for a decade, on-line.
The Grandmother Project
The Grandmother Project (GMP) is an international development organization working to improve the health and well-being of women and children.
The Hansberry Project
The Hansberry Project is a professional black theatre company dedicated to the artistic exploration of African American life, history and culture.
The Happiness Initiative
The Happiness Initiative Survey is a free online tool which provides individuals feedback on their perception of their own well-being. This information is then collected at the community, or organization level to inform policy and action.
The Healing Center
The Healing Center provides comprehensive grief support to adults, children and families in the greater Seattle area.
The Hearthstone is a non-profit, faith based retirement community located in the center of Seattle’s unique Green Lake Community.
The Interfaith Association of Northwest Washington
Our organization is best described by its mission statement. We started out as the North Snohomish County Council of Churches then moved to Interfaith to acknowledge the diversity of faith in our county.
The Inverse Opera
The Inverse Opera's goals include producing one cabaret a month in a no-cover, casual setting and two larger, staged productions each season. We strive to ensure each performance is affordable, yet of the highest quality possible.
The Island School
The Island School, a kindergarten through 5th grade independent school, offers an exceptional education designed to engage and excite children about learning.
The Lands Council
Since 1983, The Lands Council has stood watch over 6 million acres of forests and endangered species habitat. Protecting National Forests is at the core of our work.
The Levee Breaking
The Levee Breaking is a collaboration and resource sharing platform for the creative arts.
The Lighthouse for The Blind, Inc.
The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. currently employs over 390 individuals, more than 230 of whom are blind, Deaf-Blind, or blind with other disabilities.
The Little School
We imagine a world where education inspires children to develop a strong sense of self and the courage to become innovative and empathetic leaders.
The Mahogany Project
The Mahogany Project (TMP) is a collaborative theatre and film organization. Our focus is to give a voice to African Americans in order to continue our cutural experiences.
The Market Street Singers
The Market Street Singers is a choral ensemble for Ballard that builds connections within diverse communities.
The Martinez Foundation
We honor every WA State student’s right to achieve by investing in teachers from underrepresented backgrounds committed to teaching in underserved schools in WA State.
The Michael-Ryan Pattison Foundation
The Michael-Ryan Pattison Foundation was established in 2006 so others with spinal cord injuries can access the best possible care for their disability. Michael-Ryan serves as President of the Foundation.
The Mockingbird Society
The Mockingbird Society (MBS) is dedicated to improving the current and future lives of the children, youth and families involved in the foster care system.
For over 100 years The Mountaineers has served as the foremost outdoor recreation organization of the Pacific Northwest dedicated to educating and inspiring people to explore the outdoors and conserve and steward public lands.
The Moyer Foundation
The Moyer Foundation's mission it to empower children in distress by providing education and support - helping them to live healthy and inspired lives.
The Municipal League Foundation
The Municipal League Foundation's mission is support the Municipal League of King County in promoting government that is open, effective and accountable, and to improve the caliber of public officials and the quality of public decisions.
The Nature Conservancy in Washington
TNC has 50 years of experience in Washington.Through science, stewardship and policy we get on-the-ground results, influence new legislation and solve critical challenges for communities and industries.
The Northwest School
The Northwest School is an internationally competitive college preparatory school that integrates high academic standards with instilling core values for life.
The Phffft Company, Inc.
The Khambatta Dance Company and the Seattle International Dance Festival's encourage constructive self-reflection through meaningful and quality work that acknowledges the role dance plays in shaping our emotional and social lives.
The Pollinator Pathway
The Pollinator Pathway is a mile long, 12 foot wide corridor of gardens being constructed along Seattle’s Columbia street to connect two public green spaces with a line of pollinator-friendly gardens.
The Project Room
The Project Room presents thematic programming series that feature different points of view from creative leaders and makers.
The Prosperity Agenda
The Prosperity Agenda (formerly the Burst for Prosperity) seeks to help low-income families thrive economically by researching innovative solutions.
The RE Store
The RE Store is a nonprofit building salvage company whose mission is to divert useable building materials from our landfills.
The Red Badge Project
The Red Badge Project directly supports Active Duty Soldiers and Veterans, battling severe emotional trauma, with a unique 3-week experience based in the research proven therapy of storytelling.
The Rescue Mission
The Rescue Mission provides help and hope to men, women and children who need shelter, food and assistance with life changes that lead to self sufficiency.
The Rose International Fund for Children
TRIFC is working on both macro and micro-scaled programs to address both the perceptual issues as well as providing tangible help to individuals with disability.
The Satori Group
The Satori Group is dedicated to the development of new theatrical work and engagement of our community through collaborative exchange.
The SeaDoc Society
The SeaDoc Society works to help design a healthy Salish Sea by doing innovative science and using the results to improve the health of the ecosystem, for both animals and people.
The Seattle Children's PlayGarden
The PlayGarden's partners with the City of Seattle to give children with special needs the freedom and support to play and have fun.
The Seattle Globalist
The Seattle Globalist offers journalism and media training and community events for youth and adults in the Greater Seattle area, and produces online journalism exploring international connections in the Pacific Northwest.
The Seattle Public Library Foundation
The Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation established in 1980 and governed by a volunteer board of directors. A professional staff raises and administers gifts and ensures the effectiveness of funded programs.
the Service Board
The Service Board fosters the need for strong and connected communities by instilling in high school-age youth a deep sense of life purpose, an ethic of public service, and a conviction in their abilities to shape the future.
The Sharehouse is the only furniture bank in King County serving the whole range of people who have been homeless.
The Soldiers Project
We are a group of licensed mental health professionals who offer free psychological treatment to military service members and their loved ones who have served in the conflicts in Iraq or Afghanistan.
The Sophia Way
The Sophia Way addresses the needs of homeless adult women by providing a program that includes case management, shelter, life skills classes, employment assistance and permanent housing.
The Student Conservation Association Northwest
SCA is a national nonprofit, non-advocacy organization dedicated to the conservation of America's natural resources and the environmental education and personal development of its youth.
The Talented Youth / NFFTY
Quality and impact of youth filmmaking are guiding principals for our programs. We produce NFFTY (National Film Festival for Talented Youth), which showcases work by filmmakers 22 and under.
The Town Theatre
We seek to do new, challenging work that inspires change and evokes response on not just an individual, but a community level.
The Trust for Public Land
The Trust for Public Land is committed to helping protect and create a nationwide system of parks and open space that spans the American landscape.
The VanGo Project
The VanGo Project empowers youth to lead fulfilled lives by increasing access to arts and enrichment opportunities, where they acquire and apply attributes for success in a collaborative environment.
The Vera Project
The Vera Project is a space for people of all ages to experience quality music and art. Weekly concerts at Vera's Seattle Center venue promote artistic experimentation and excellence in welcoming, youth-accessible environment.
The Village of Hope
Our mission is to work in cooperation with other organizations and with elders, children, youth and adults to share resources, knowledge, creativity, and experience.
The WAVE Foundation
The WAVE Foundation was established in 2011 to bring attention and funding to the many and diverse issues of domestic violence.
The Whale Trail
The Whale Trail is a series of sites around the northwest to view orcas and other marine mammals from shore.
Theater Schmeater's mission is to produce great plays simply and foster a love of theater as an art form in future audiences.
Founded in 1991, theater simple has built an international reputation for producing provocative, innovative, entertaining and frequently “impossible” theatrical experiences.
Theatre Off Jackson
Theatre Off Jackson has been a working theater since 1987, primarily devoted to work by Northwest Asian American Theatre (NWAAT) for the Asian Pacific American (APA) Greater Seattle community.
Theatre Puget Sound
Theatre Puget Sound was founded by and for the theatre community in 1997. Informal gatherings uncovered a desire for a singular umbrella entity to formerly address the collective needs.
Theatre22 seeks to be a forum where artists and audiences alike achieve awareness, understanding and healing of the human condition and the recovery of the spirit through the gifts of the performing arts and entertainment.
TheFilmSchool’s dual mission is to elevate the art of cinematic storytelling through intensive training in screenwriting and directing, and offer high quality public programs in the Seattle area exploring films from the creative process to the final cut.
Therapeutic Health Services
THS is a nationally recognized non-profit organization providing a wide range of holistic treatment options and services for youth, individuals and families affected by chemical dependency and/or mental illness.
Three Cedars Waldorf School
Three Cedars Waldorf School (TCWS) is a member of the Waldorf Education movement, one of over 1,000 schools which provides a health-giving education to students in preschool through grade 12 around the world.
Three Dollar Bill Cinema
Three Dollar Bill Cinema provides access to films by, for, and about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people and their families, and a forum for LGBT filmmakers to share and discuss their work with audiences.
Thrive by Five Washington
Thrive by Five Washington is the state's nonprofit public-private partnership for early learning working to advance early learning in Washington for all children.
Tilth Producers seeks to grow organic farmers, strengthen Washington’s organic farming industry, educate consumers and change the prevailing food system from conventional to sustainable.
Tiny Tots Development Center
Since 1969 Tiny Tots Development Center (TTDC) has provided licensed, accredited childcare, after school care and Early Learning Education services for low-to-middle income children from birth to age 12.
Together Center is an innovative nonprofit that operates the Eastside's regional human services campus. We lower barriers to services and help essential health, housing and human service agencies amplify their results.
Town Hall Association
Formed collaboratively in 1998 as a shared venue, Town Hall Seattle is both an arts organization and a community resource, with a season collectively programmed by the community itself.
Transitional Resources is a licensed mental health center and residential treatment program serving individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses and co-occurring disorders.
Transitional Programs for Women (dba Transitions) serves women and children in crisis in Spokane, Washington.
Transplant House helps keep transplant recipients healthy and their families strong by providing safe, convenient, affordable housing for pre and post-transplant recovery.
Transportation Choices Coalition
Auto dependent transportation policies have wreaked havoc on our environment and on our personal and social health. Transportation is now the largest contributor to global warming pollution in Washington.
Even the best foster parents are hard-pressed to meet the needs of a child suffering from abuse or neglect, and the state covers only 60% of the cost of basic care. Treehouse fills the gaps for kids in foster care.
Tukwila Pantry, a local area food bank, serves residents of the City of Tukwila, SeaTac, Burien and Boulevard Park.
TVW is one of the oldest and most respected public affairs networks in the country. Based on the CSPAN model, TVW provides round-the-clock gavel-to-gavel proceedings, public affairs programs and other events of civic importance.
Twelfth Night Productions
Twelfth Night Productions (TNP) is dedicated to building an inclusive, strong, artistically sound West Seattle community through the performing arts.
Two Cranes Institute
At Two Cranes Institute, we study how to access intuitive knowledge that can illicit meaningful conversation, engage in relationship, develop trust and create enduring partnerships.
Uganda Village Project
The Uganda Village Project works with the people of the Iganga District to promote public health and sustainable development in the rural communities of this marginalized district in Southeast Uganda.
The company is committed to an Ensemble of performers who create and compose their own productions, through a creative process rooted in physical theatre. Improvisations in movement, vocalizing, and writing are the basis for the development of new works.
Umoja P.E.A.C.E. Center
The UmojaFest P.E.A.C.E. Center is a youth focused, community based cultural center in the heart of Seattle’s historic Central District.
Unemployment Law Project
We help people get unemployment benefits by giving free legal representation and advice to them when their benefits are denied or challenged.
United Negro College Fund
UNCF (United Negro College Fund) is the nation’s largest and most effective minority education organization.
United States Fund for UNICEF
The U.S. Fund for UNICEF supports UNICEF's humanitarian relief work through fundraising, advocacy and education in the United States.
United States Lighthouse Society
The U.S. Lighthouse Society is a non-profit historical and educational organization incorporated to educate, inform, and entertain those who are interested in lighthouses, past and present.
United Way of Clallam County
United Way engages the community to identify goals, priorities and strategies for creating long term solutions to pervasive problems.
United Way of Skagit County
The United Way of Skagit Couny is dedicated to serving the people of Skagit County by funding not-for-profit organizations that help people in crisis, assist the elderly, disabled and abused and prepare young people for success.
United Way of Snohomish County
United Way of Snohomish County focuses on the building blocks to a better life: successful kids, financially stable families and healthy communities.
University Beyond Bars
University Beyond Bars, offers college classes for credit and non-credit to men incarcerated at the Monroe Correctional Complex and women at the Washington Corrections Center for Women.
University Congregational Housing Association
The University Congregational Housing Association (UCHA) is a 501(c)(3) formed by a group of University Congregational United Church of Christ members who wanted to address housing needs at that time
University District Food Bank
For more than a quarter of a century, University District Food Bank has helped prevent hunger in Northeast Seattle neighborhoods.
University of Puget Sound
Puget Sound is one of only five national undergraduate liberal arts colleges in the Pacific Northwest, and the only one in western Washington.
University of Washington
The University of Washington is the oldest public research university on the West Coast and one of the largest.
University Preparatory Academy
University Prep is an independent, nonsectarian, coeducational, college preparatory day school for grades 6 through 12, enrolling approximately 490 students from the greater Puget Sound area.
Unleash The Brilliance
The Mission of UTB is to inspire teens and at-risk youths to value education and the process of learning.
Upaya Social Ventures
Upaya Social Ventures is building businesses that will create jobs and improve the quality of life for families worldwide living on less than $1.25 a day.
Our program employs, educates and empowers at-risk youth through professional opportunities and the creation of public art. We build a sense of community, teamwork, self-confidence and employability.
Urban Family Center
The Urban Family Center is committed to connecting people, restoring community and developing human potential.
Urban Impact is focusing its ministry efforts toward three major areas of disparity in our community: health, education, and economics.
Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle
The Urban League is committed to working across the board with African American and other diverse populations in order to help make Seattle a more equitable and prosperous place to live.
Urban Sparks is a nonprofit that enables high performance volunteer leaders to bring their vast talents to public projects. We coach and provide fiscal sponsorship for others as well as lead projects and build coalitions.
Vadis has been helping people with disabilities get and keep jobs since 1979.
Valley Christian School
Valley Christian School, a ministry of New Day Christian Fellowship (Auburn Free Methodist Church), offers quality education from a Christian perspective.
Valley Cities Counseling
Valley Cities is committed to providing quality, comprehensive, age and culturally competent mental health care delivered from a recovery orientation.
Vashon Allied Arts
VAA’s goal is to provide cultural enrichment opportunities to community members as well as career and skill advancement opportunities for professional artists.
Vashon Community Care
Vashon Community Care (VCC) promotes the well-being of one of Vashon Island’s most vulnerable populations, the fast growing population of senior citizens.
Vashon Forest Stewards
Vashon Forest Stewards' mission is to restore, enhance, and maintain healthy native forest ecosystems, and to operate a sustainable ecological business that provides forestry services and locally grown wood products.
We protect the culture, character, and people of Vashon by providing and preserving affordable housing for those with modest incomes, enabling teachers, trades people, business owners, artists, seniors, and others to remain in their own community.
Vashon Island Pet Protectors
The basic purpose of Vashon Island Pet Protectors (VIPP) is to ensure that there are no homeless pets on Vashon.
Vashon Island Public Schools Foundation
The Vashon Public School Foundation was created to support our public school system - protecting jobs, retaining quality of life for our dynamic population, and preserving programs that benefit our community.
Vashon Island School District
Vashon Island School District is the only school district on Vashon Island serving children and youth aged pre-school through 12th grade.
Vashon Maury Community Food Bank
We are a vital support for our community, providing an important source of basic food, and some toiletries, to anyone struggling with the impossible choices of paying for other basic life essentials (rent, utilities, medicine, etc.) and food.
Vashon Youth and Family Services
VYFS is the primary social services agency on Vashon Island and as such is charged with providing a myriad of services for all Islanders. All programs act as entry points to the broader spectrum of VYFS services.
Vashon-Maury Island Land Trust
The Vashon-Maury Island Land Trust is an island-based nonprofit that acquires, manages and conserves land on Vashon-Maury for the purpose of preserving wildlife habitat, natural resources and open space.
Vashon-Maury Senior Center
Vashon Senior Center (VSC) has served island seniors and their families for thirty years by providing three main services—meals, recreational/social activities and health/wellness activities.
Velocity Dance Center
Velocity's primary constituents are professional and emerging artists in the medium of contemporary dance. They are creative individuals with minimal or piecemeal income, making it crucial for Velocity to provide affordable and subsidized opportunities.
Veterans Memorial Museum
The Veterans Memorial Museum is established for individuals to come and learn, honor and appreciate our valuable American veterans from the past, present and the future.
Vietnamese Friendship Association
VFA offers mentoring, parent advocacy services, tutoring, and summer and after-school programs, as well as cultural enrichment and bridging programs.
Vignettes is an advocate for the under-represented artist.We host an alternative venue which exhibits new work by artists throughout Seattle in an apartment on Capitol Hill.
Villa Academy is a Catholic independent school dedicated to excellence in the education of the whole child and guided by the Cabrinian tradition of educating compassionate hearts and confident minds.
Village Green Foundation
The Village Green Foundation’s mission is to “build a place that connects and strengthens community,” mobilizing support for an accessible Community Center and Park that will bring together the communities of Kitsap County’s North End.
Village Theatre is a leading producer of musical theatre in the Pacific Northwest. Village Theatre provides the area with quality theatre for all ages.
Village Volunteers partners with 24 community-based organizations already engaged in solving community challenges and are capable of wide spread success in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
No child should die because we fail to deliver a twenty-cent vaccine, but thousands to die every day. VillageReach leverages public health experts, technology professionals and experienced business managers to increase the capacity of health systems.
Vine Maple Place
Vine Maple Place is a grassroots organization that began when the churches in Maple Valley joined together with the community to address the growing crisis of family homelessness in King County.
Virginia Mason Foundation
Founded in 1920, Virginia Mason Medical Center’s comprehensive regional healthcare system combines a primary and specialty care group practice of nearly 400 physicians with a 336-bed acute care hospital in Seattle.
Vision House provides transformational housing and integrated support services for families transitioning out of homelessness.
Vision Loss Connections
Vision Loss Connection builds a bridge of activities that makes the Best of the Northwest accessible and affordable to people who are visually impaired.
Voice of Vashon
Voice of Vashon is "Island Powered Media." Founded in 1999 to literally give Vashon Island a voice, we have a 14-year track record of delivering on that promise.
Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County
Volunteer Hospice of Clallam County provides free, around-the-clock registered nursing availability to terminally ill patients while supporting them and their families.
Volunteer Park Trust
The goal of the Volunteer Park Trust is to restore, protect and enhance this city and national landmark for today and for generations to come.
Volunteers of America Western Washington
Volunteers of America Western Washington, a Christian human service organization, is dedicated to reaching, serving and empowering diverse individuals, families and communities.
WA Asian Pacific Islander Community Services
WA Asian Pacific Islander Community Services (WAPI) serves Asian Pacific Islander Youth and all Youth of Color in Seattle. In our treatment program our goal is to have youth make an educated decision about staying sober.
Wallingford Community Senior Center
WCSC fosters healthy, secure, positive aging, while building community across generations – with programs for social connection, transition support, health, technology access, lifelong learning & civic involvement.
Washington Access Fund
The Access Fund is a statewide Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) established by and for people with disabilities in Washington state.
With the help of Washington CASH, underserved and low-income individuals become successful business owners, employers of others, and role models for their children and community.
Washington Center for Nursing
Washington Center for Nursing is a state-wide nursing workforce and nursing resource center that promotes nursing as a desirable career to multiple populations.
Washington Coalition for Open Government
The Coalition was formed to act as an independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization deducated to promotiong and defending the People's right to know in matters of public interest and in the conduct of the public's business.
Washington Community Action Network Education & Research Fnd
Washington CAN! is a statewide, grassroots lobbying organization. With over 35,000 members, we are the largest consumer advocacy group in the state. We work on a range of issues with the broad aim of bringing about greater economic and social justice.
Washington DECA creates unique and relevant marketing and leadership opportunities for all high school students to succeed in school, careers, and life.
Washington Ensemble Theatre
Washington Ensemble Theatre is Capitol Hill's foremost theatre arts collective, serving as an artistic home for many of the most talented and educated young theatre professionals in Seattle.
Washington Environmental Council
WEC helps to create a strong, unified voice for the environment by bringing together uncommon partnerships across communities, issues, and political parties.
Washington FIRST Robotics
Washington FIRST Robotics is an after school program that provides opportunities for kids in grades K-12 to engage in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Washington Food Coalition
WFC actively educates and networks with organizations that strive to alleviate hunger throughout Washington State.
Washington Imagination Network
Washington Imagination Network (Destination ImagiNation Washington State) builds lifelong learning and problem solving opportunities in Washington.
Washington Lawyers for the Arts
Washington Lawyers for the Arts (WLA) is the only organization in the state that offers legal services specifically addressed to artists and arts organizations.
Washington Low Income Housing Alliance
We are the statewide champion for housing. The Washington Low Income Housing Alliance is a powerful coalition working together to build and protect safe, healthy, and affordable homes for everyone across Washington State.
Washington Music Educators Association
The Washington Music Educators Association provides and promotes educational resources for music educators and students in public and private schools and colleges.
Washington Native Plant Society
The Washington Native Plant Society has provided educational opportunities and conservation advocacy in Washington for over 30 years.
Washington News Council
Our goal is to encourage the news media to be ethical, thorough, professional, transparent, accountable and open -- as well as getting the facts right and being fair in presenting the news.
Washington Nonprofits seeks to build a strong, collaborative network of nonprofits serving Washington communities through advocacy, education and capacity building.
Washington Oral Health Foundation
The Washington Oral Health Foundation (WOHF) aims to get education and prevention messaging and materials to youth through school and Boys & Girls Club programs.
Washington Poison Center
The Washington Poison Center serves the residents of Washington State by providing free confidential emergency treatment advice and answers questions.
Washington Policy Center
WPC is an independent research and education organization that publishes studies, sponsors events and conferences and educates citizens on public policy issues facing our region.
Washington State Arts Alliance Foundation
The Arts Alliance is a statewide, nonprofit, grassroots arts advocacy organization. We advocate for the arts at the state, federal, regional, county, and local levels and support efforts to develop and pass arts positive policies.
Washington State Budget & Policy Center
To create a just and prosperous Washington, we develop progressive solutions based on sound research and work with community partners to shape the debate on budget and tax reform.
Washington State CASA
Washington State CASA (WaCASA) provides statewide services and support to a network of 35 local and tribal Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) programs.
Washington State Concerns of Police Survivors
We assist the survivors of peace officers killed in the line of duty, as determined by Federal criteria. Because we are survivors of line of duty death ourselves, we offer peer support to those who come after us.
Washington State Fair Foundation
The Puyallup Fair Foundation financially supports the scholarship and education prorgrams of the Fair and helps preserve and improve the Fair for future generations.
Washington State Historical Society
The Washington State Historical Society presents innovative educational opportunities including exhibits, programs, publications, and on-line curricula and digital resources that bring history alive.
Washington State Mentors
Washington State Mentoring Partnership, also known as Washington State Mentors, helps improve and increase the quality and capacity of the more than 200 mentoring programs in our state.
Washington State Opportunity Scholarship
The Washington State Opportunity Scholarship is a unique public-private partnership that helps low- and middle-income Washington residents earn bachelor’s degrees and pursue careers in the innovative fields that drive our state economy.
Washington State Smile Partners
Smile Partners delivers preventative oral health services to low-income and refugee children on-site, to pre-schools and elementary schools in South King and Kitsap counties.
Washington State University
Founded in 1890 as the state’s land-grant university, Washington State University (WSU) conducts transformational research and provides world-class education to more than 26,000 students.
Washington STEM is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing innovation, equity, and excellence in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education in Washington state.
Washington Toxics Coalition
Washington Toxics Coalition protects health and the environment from toxic chemical threats. We achieve high-impact reforms in toxic chemical policy, engage consumers in getting toxic chemicals out of the marketplace, and advocate for safe alternatives
Washington Trails Association
WTA protects hiking trails and wildlands, takes volunteers out to maintain trails, and promotes hiking as a healthy, fun way to explore the outdoors.
Washington Trust for Historic Preservation
The Washington Trust works to preserve historic resources and promote the cultural, economic and environmental benefits of preservation through advocacy, education, collaboration and stewardship.
Washington Water Trails Association
Washington Water Trails Association (WWTA) preserves public access to Washington Waters. WWTA's advocacy programs increase the public's ability to get on and off the water safely and legally.
Washington Water Trust
Washington Water Trust operates statewide using a non-adversarial strategy of purchasing or leasing ecologically significant water rights from voluntary sellers to restore salmon runs and instream flows to priority rivers and streams.
Washington Wild works to preserve and restore wild areas in Washington State through citizen empowerment, support for grassroots community groups, advocacy and public education.
Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition
The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition works to ensure the permanent protection of neighborhood parks and ball fields, biking and walking trails, local beaches and boat launches, state parks, wildlife habitat and working farms.
Washington Women In Need
Washington Women in Need (WWIN) gives low income women the opportunity to create better lives for themselves by giving significant grant moneys for education, mental health counseling and health care or payment of insurance premiums/co-pays
Washington Women's Employment and Education
Washington Women's Employment & Education (WWEE) is a private nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization providing job readiness and computer skills training along with housing and support services to low-income residents of Pierce and King counties.
Washington Women's Foundation
Washington Women's Foundation was founded in 1995 as a donor education and grantmaking nonprofit corporation with the intent of furthering the leadership role of women in philanthropy.
Washington's National Park Fund
The Fund is the official philanthropic partner for the three iconic national parks in Washington State - Mount Rainier, Olympic and North Cascades.
Water 1st International
Water 1st works through local partner organizations in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Honduras, and India to provide lasting, effective solutions to water supply and sanitation needs.
Water for Humans
Water for Humans’ mission is to provide low-cost, clean water and sanitation solutions to underserved populations while ensuring that water remains a local, public resource.
Way Back Inn
Way Back Inn provides transitional housing to homeless children and families helping them rebuild their lives, dignity and self-confidence.
Wellspring Family Services
Wellspring Family Services offers practical resources and therapeutic support to help families build resilience to overcome life’s challenges.
Wenatchee Valley Symphony Association
The Wenatchee Valley Symphony is an inter-generational group of approximately 65 amateur musicians from all walks of life with varying degrees of musical backgrounds.
Wesley Homes Foundation
Wesley Homes is a mission driven not-for-profit organization that provides a network of services offering a continuum of care for older adults.
West African Vocational Schools
West African Vocational Schools is a Christian, Seattle-based nonprofit that offers hope and opportunity to people in Guinea-Bissau.
West Seattle Food Bank
The West Seattle Food Bank has been serving this community since 1981 when local volunteers started distributing food to families in need. In 1989 the agency was incorporated and in 1999 changed its name to the West Seattle Food Bank.
West Seattle Helpline
The West Seattle Helpline assists poor families and individuals by providing financial aid, a referral system designed to align demonstrated/verified needs with available resources, clothing, school supplies for children, and bus passes.
West Seattle Junction Association
The Junction Association is an organization of Junction businesses that aims to develop, promote and participate in activities that enhance a healthy social, economic and environmental climate for the West Seattle Junction community.
West Sound Academy
West Sound Academy is a diverse community that affirms and values people's differences. We have a multiplicity of backgrounds and perspectives within our school family, and mutual appreciation and respect is encouraged in our students.
Western Environmental Law Center
The Western Environmental Law Center uses the power of the law to defend and protect the American West’s treasured landscapes, iconic wildlife and rural communities.
Western Lands Project
Founded in Seattle in 1997, we work to ensure that public land deals do not shortchange the environment or the American people. We strive to enforce existing environmental laws and policies designed to protect the public interest.
Western Rivers Conservancy
Western Rivers Conservancy has helped protect hundreds of miles of river frontage on such rivers as the Hoh, Sauk, Skagit, South Fork Stillaguamish, Hoko, Humptulips, John Day, Klamath, Madison, Gunnison and Sandy.
Through partnerships with more than 100 established social service agencies in King County, WestSide Baby provides the material items many families desperately need.
Westside School prepares students for the world by challenging them to achieve academic success and by connecting their human spirit and imagination to learning.
Whatcom Community Foundation
The Whatcom Community Foundation enriches the quality of life in Whatcom County by: strengthening the nonprofit sector; providing leadership on addressing community needs; and, working with individuals, families and businesses.
Whatcom Land Trust
We are entrusted with an extraordinary natural heritage. Saltwater shorelines, forests, lakes, farms, mountains, and wildlife habitat are all part of a legacy that only we can preserve for future generations.
What's Good 206
What’s Good 206 is an all-ages community-based media program that promotes purpose, community and training to experienced and rising leaders in the digital media space.
Whidbey Camano Land Trust
Since 1984, the Whidbey Camano Land Trust has worked with private property owners to protect and steward important natural areas for public benefit.
Whidbey General Hospital Foundation
Whidbey General Hospital Foundation provides philanthropic support for the only public hospital and the primary health care system serving the residents of Whidbey Island.
The Whidbey Institute is a place of renewal and inspiration, and home to the bold seekers of positive change.
Whidbey Watershed Stewards
Whidbey Watershed Stewards promote nearshore and watershed health by linking water, land, wildlife and people on Whidbey Island through education, research and restoration.
Whim W'Him is a Seattle-based dance company dedicated to opening the world of dance to a wider audience through collaboration and innovation.
Whistlestop Dance Company
To build community through dance, the Whistlestop Dance Company presents dance explorations, workshops, residencies, professional development, performances, & special events for children, adults, families, teachers, & artists.
Whit Press forms mutually beneficial partnerships with nonprofit organizations to publish books that are used as education and fundraising tools. Our books weave a rich tapestry of literary diversity.
White Center Emergency Food Association
White Center Emergency Food Association, doing business as White Center Food Bank, (WCFB) serves low-income residents of the greater White Center community.
White River Valley Museum
The mission of the White River Valley Museum is to preserve and share the history of the area known by pioneers as the White River Valley (Auburn, Kent, Algona and Pacific.)
Whitman College is a highly selective, four-year, liberal arts and sciences college established in 1882 in Walla Walla, Washington.
Wild Fish Conservancy
Wild Fish Conservancy is dedicated to the recovery and conservation of the region’s wild-fish ecosystems.
Wilderness Awareness School
Wilderness Awareness School connects kids and adults with nature, community and self, through transformational Nature Connection programs — training and inspiring the next generation of Nature Connection mentors, environmental stewards and leaders.
The Win/Win Network serves as a venue for long-term collaboration for social movement organizing.
Wind of the Spirit Ministries
Wind of the Spirit Ministries is a teaching and training minsitry organized to equip individuals, local church leaders and community groups to minister to their populations.
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
Founded in 1966, the Wing Luke Asian Museum is located in Seattle's Chinatown-International District. Educating the public about the history, culture and art of Asian Pacific Americans, the Museum serves 50,000 annual onsite visitors.
WithinReach helps Washington families by connecting them with essential health and food resources such as free or low-cost health insurance, food assistance, family planning services, immunizations, breastfeeding support, dental care and more.
Women's Enterprises International
WEI works to equip women to break the cycle of poverty, educate children, and empower women and girls to become leaders in their communities. WEI serves impoverished women and children in rural villages largely overlooked by NGO and local government.
Women's Funding Alliance
Women's Funding Alliance (WFA) is the leading foundation in Washington state that invests in and advocates for women and girls.
Woodinville Montessori School
At Woodinville Montessori School, our purpose is to allow children to exercise their natural curiosity and to follow their interests within a varied and stimulating environment.
Woodland Park Zoo
Woodland Park Zoo is a cherished community resource and a unique urban oasis. In a rapidly urbanizing society, our zoo serves an increasingly critical role as an ambassador for wildlife and wild spaces.
Work Force Development Center
Since 1991 Work Force Development Center (WFDC) has helped more than 950 struggling youth graduate from high school with the skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary for self-sufficiency and future success in the workforce.
Work It Out Seattle
Work-It-Out Seattle (WIO) is a new educational and job-training resource providing high quality non-traditional learning environment for students 16-21 years old that have left high school without a diploma.
World Affairs Council
Since 1951, the World Affairs Council of Seattle has been dedicated to creating opportunities for people in the Greater Seattle region to become more engaged in building a global community.
World Association for Children and Parents
WACAP has found permanent and loving adoptive homes for 10,000 orphaned, abandoned, abused and neglected children from US foster care and international orphanages and helped 200,000 others receive nutrition, healthcare, education, and essential supplies.
World Impact Network
WIN networks with academic institutions to deliver formal and informal education to young leaders in emerging nations.
World Neighbors is an international development organization striving to eliminate hunger, poverty and disease in the most deprived rural villages in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.
World Vision Pacific Northwest
World Vision works with children, youth, and community organizations to provide critical resources to meet basic needs and offer training support for youth-focused organizations to help at-risk youth develop leadership skills.
Worldreader makes digital books available to the developing world, so millions of people can improve their lives.
Wounded Warrior Project
WWP provides programs for the mind, body, economic empowerment, and engagement of Wounded Warriors.
Year Up is an intensive one-year education and job training program for urban youth ages 18 to 24. We serve predominantly low-income, minority students who need help bridging the “Opportunity Divide."
By uncovering stories that fuse powerful ideas with practical actions, YES! Magazine drives profound change through a growing community nationwide: from engaged citizens to grassroots organizers to policy-makers.
YMCA of Greater Seattle
Since 1876, the YMCA of Greater Seattle has served the community through programs and services that build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities.
YMCA of Pierce and Kitsap Counties
The mission of the YMCA is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.
YMCA of Snohomish County
The purpose of the YMCA of Snohomish County is to enable and inspire individuals and families to live a more enriched, healthy and purposeful life who together will build a stronger more connected community.
YMCA of the Inland Northwest
YMCA programs provide healthy opportunities for youth, families, and seniors of all ages; prepare children and youth for success; and help families survive and thrive.
YMCA Youth & Government
YMCA Youth & Government has been offering high quality civic education programming to the students of Washington State for the past 63 years.
Yoga Behind Bars
Yoga Behind Bars is a volunteer led nonprofit that heals lives and society through the transformative power of yoga. Our students are dedicated men, women and youth behind bars.
Young Shakespeare Workshop
Young Shakespeare Workshop, a nationally recognized and awarded non-profit arts leader, is a community of young people, teaching artists, alumni and family who care deeply and passionately about performing Shakespeare.
Young Survival Coalition Seattle
Young Survival Coalition (YSC) aims to be the go-to organization by setting the standard and being the foremost influencer of issues and resources focused on young women affected by breast cancer and ensure that the needs of this population are met.
Youth Eastside Services
YES provides comprehensive, skilled mental health treatment, prevention and education services to all Eastside youth and families regardless of ability to pay. Services are provided by state licensed professionals.
Youth in Focus
Youth in Focus has a long history of providing a high quality arts empowerment experience to disadvantaged young people in the Seattle Area.
Youth Media Institute
YMI achieves two goals: 1) to provide youth with the skills needed to succeed in today’s digital world; and 2) to increase youth civic engagement and community advocacy through leadership development activities.
Youth Suicide Prevention Program
YSPP provides programs that engage young people (ages 10-24), their parents, and adults who work with youth in learning how to confront the issues of suicide and self-violence.
Youth Theatre Northwest
YTN is both a theatre and a school providing a wide range of classes and programs designed to further theatrical learning, initiate creative play and stimulate intrapersonal development for children and youth ages 3-18.
Youth Violence Prevention Network
The Youth Violence Prevention Network is led by young people that address the practical and systemic reasons why there is violence in King County and surrounding areas with the goal of preventing youth violence.
Youth Wellness Campus
The Youth Wellness Campus allow for leading community organizations, programs and services serving children preschool age through high school to co-locate and for cooperative and coordinated positive youth development opportunities.
YouthCare seeks to break the cycle of chronic homelessness by early intervention in the lives of young people who have nowhere to live.
YWCA of Kitsap County
For over 100 years, YWCA is the leading organization for moving women and families out of crisis and empowering them to achieve lasting independence.
YWCA of Seattle - King County - Snohomish County
The YWCA opens doors to opportunity for women and families facing poverty, violence and discrimination. The YWCA is the leading organization for moving women and families out of crisis and empowering them to achieve lasting independence.
YWCA of Spokane
The YWCA of Spokane is a membership organization comprised of diverse individuals with wide ranging convictions. What unites us is our strong belief in the inherent dignity of all people.
YWCA Pierce County
The YWCA Pierce County offers comprehensive domestic violence prevention and intervention services, including shelter, legal services, therapeutic services, training, and more.
Zeno envisions all elementary students succeeding in math. We partner with 19 schools and community organizations to create an engaging math culture.
Zenyu cultivates the inspired and embodied leadership and holistic well-being of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning or Intersex People of Color (QPOC).
Zero Waste Washington
Zero Waste Washington is championing a responsible and comprehensive approach to the “stuff” we use and the resources that go into making it.