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Abe Keller Peace Education Fund
Providing financial resources for peace-education activities in the Puget Sound region, to promote peace and social justice.
Annie's Playground Fund
A nonprofit organization dedicated in memory of Annie Yasuda to the renovation of playground at the Meadowbrook Community Center in Northeast Seattle.
Ballard High School Foundation
A nonprofit charitable organization with a mission to support the students, faculty and administration of Ballard High School and enrich the school's programs and activities.
Community garden with links to a local food bank. Provides raised bed boxes for gardeners with mobility challenges.
Bread Alone Project
Seattle based rock bands aiding the homeless by fund-raising projects that are recorded (CDs) and live concerts.
Capitol Hill Housing
Housing provider with 42 buildings concentrated mostly in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Includes a gallery of old town photos in and around Seattle, message board, links to local sites of interest.
Restores parks and open spaces while providing leadership and community service experiences for people from across the United States and around the world.
Food bank and resource center offers support and community. Presents information on programs, news, calendar and volunteer opportunities.
Flo Ware Park
Community project to rebuild the park into a safe neighborhood playground and community gathering place. Provides donor information with plans and background of the project.
Friend to Friend
Non-profit organization recruits and matches volunteers to visit one-on-one with lonely elderly and disabled persons who live in nursing and retirement homes.
Inter*Im Community Development Association
Facilitating community development in the International District and the larger Asian/Pacific community.
A non-profit group that donates web sites and Internet hosting to organizations dedicated to benefiting the local community or environment to help eliminate the digital divide.
Lifelong AIDS Alliance
Formed from the merger of Chicken Soup Brigade and the Northwest AIDS foundation. Includes services, advocacy, prevention, donations, events, and volunteer opportunities.
The Millionair Club Charity
Providing jobs, meals, and assistance to people in need. Includes ways to request workers and get involved.
Mt. Baker Housing Association
A community-based non-profit providing affordable housing and social services to low-income clients in southeast Seattle.
Northwest Alliance for Psychoanalytic Study
A non-profit, interdisciplinary organization that includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, counselors and nurses. Dedicated to making psychoanalytic knowledge available and useful to interested professionals.
Non-profit organization that expands the skills, independence and opportunities of children and adults with disabilities.
Provides donor and sponsor information, with details about multi-cultural educational programs and membership.
Outdoors for All Foundation
They provide year round instruction in outdoor recreation for people with physical, developmental and sensory disabilities.
P-Patch Community Gardening
Provides community garden space for residents on more than 1900 plots. Produce donated to Seattle foodbanks.
Not-for-profit organization provides group home, summer camp, affordable housing and other services for people with developmental disabilities.
PATH (Program for Appropriate Technology in Health)
An international, nonprofit organization that creates sustainable, culturally relevant solutions, enabling communities worldwide to break longstanding cycles of poor health.
Working to conserve natural and human resources by offering grants in areas such as operating support, capacity building, convening, programs, policy and messaging research, grassroots outreach and activism.
Relay For Life of Green Lake
An overnight event to celebrate survivorship and raise money to help the American Cancer Society save lives, help those who have been touched by cancer, and empower individuals to fight back.
Annual anime convention. Registration, guests, programming, contest rules and entry forms, and history.
SEAFAIR Parade Marshals
Group of local business leaders who help organize the festival and host visiting parade participants. Features membership information, history, and schedules.
Seattle Alcoholics Anonymous
Meeting lists provided by the Greater Seattle Intergroup are organized by location and by day. Information for members about activities of the AA service organization.
Seattle Center Foundation
Established to encourage support for Seattle Center through gifts to CenterFund, volunteer service or corporate support.
This is the first cohousing community in Seattle that is close to downtown.
Seattle Counselors Association
A professional community of mental health counselors offering warmth and respect, emotional openness and compassion, and caring.
Non-profit organization providing basic education and job training services.
A Seattle Lexicon: Lingo from the Far Corner
An outsider's guide to the lingo and nuances of the Seattle area. Includes nicknames for places, roads, restaurants, and sports.
Seattle Lighthouse for the Blind
A nonprofit organization, providing jobs, training and vocational services for people who are blind, deaf-blind and muti-disabled blind. Offers a newsletter, list of services and programs, employment opportunities, and news releases.
Seattle Networking Guide
Guide to community-building groups and networking events in Seattle, Bellevue and the Eastside.
Seattle Seafair Clowns
An organization, established in association with the Graduates Club of Seattle University, that is a part of the Seafair celebration, and also visits hospitals, nursing homes and retirement centers.
Seattle SeaFair Pirates
Forty person comedy pirate troupe in full costume, complete with boat, performs improvisation shows at events of all sizes. Based around the Seattle Seafair, since 1949. Schedule, newsletter, and extensive image gallery.
Seattle's Union Gospel Mission
They provide food, shelter, recovery and care for those in need.
The Sibling Support Project
A national program dedicated to the interests of brothers and sisters of people with special health and developmental needs.
Organized around the idea of Ballard becoming energy interdependent.
Protects and improves the long-term health and vitality for Seattle and the world by applying sustainability to the links between economic prosperity, environmental vitality and social equity.
Thomas C. Wales Foundation
They strives to create passionate citizens through awards and programs that promote civic engagement. Tom Wales was a federal prosecutor and a highly active civic leader and volunteer in Seattle.
Provides social and educational services to Native Americans, from early child development and family counseling to housing homeless youth and preparing meals for the elderly. Includes a history of the organization, programs, employment opportunities, and FAQ.
University District Food Bank
Provides supplemental food and referral information to low-income Seattle residents.
Washington Toxics Coalition
Dedicated to protecting public health and the environment by identifying and promoting alternatives to toxic chemicals. Provide reliable information about preventing pollution in homes, schools, workplaces, agriculture, and industry.
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