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Organization
Community Focus
Location
Community Focus
Polish
Location
Seattle, WA
Seattle Polish Film Festival (SPFF) is an annual event showcasing the best of Polish cinema since the early 1990s. The SPFF is produced and presented by the Seattle-Gdynia Sister City Association.
Community Focus
American (US), Polish
Location
Seattle, WA
Community Focus
Polish
Location
Seattle, WA
Polish Radio Station
Community Focus
Polish
Location
Seattle, WA
Seattle Polish News is an independent news outlet serving Seattle & the Pacific NW. We carry news relevant to the local Polish community and to anybody interested in Polish culture and traditions.
Community Focus
American (US), Polish, For All
Location
Seattle, WA
Community Focus
Polish
Location
Seattle, WA
Polish Festival Seattle is a premier event created to celebrate Polish culture, traditions and contemporary achievements in a joyful atmosphere with diverse audiences of the Greater Seattle region.
Community Focus
Middle African, African, Cambodian, Cameroonian, Chinese, Filipino, French, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Israeli, Italian, Japanese, Kenyan, Korean, New Zealander, Norwegian, Polish, Taiwanese, Uzbek, Vietnamese
Location
Seattle, WA
Seattle is proud to be a leader in promoting and developing sister city relationships with 21 international communities.
Community Focus
Polish
Location
SEATTLE, WA
The Polish Home Association was established in 1918. The Hall is a place for celebration, festivals, meals, meetings, and evolving into new generations. Today, as yesterday, it is a hub of activity and a place for people of Polish nationality and descent to come together and celebrate common ground.
Community Focus
OR, Polish
Location
Portland, OR
The Polish Festival in Portland, Oregon is the oldest Polish festival in the western United States. Since 1993, the festival has celebrated Polish culture, traditions, and achievements.
Community Focus
OR, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Macedonian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian
Location
Portland, OR
Our fundamental goal – help members of this community become fully functional, well-integrated part of the society in every aspect of their life in this country: education, employment, health and wellness, social services, business development, career growth, legal assistance, etc. while preserving their cultural heritage.
Community Focus
OR, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Macedonian, Polish, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Ukrainian
Location
Portland, OR
Slavic Oregon Social Services (formerly ROSS) was established by Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon (EMO) in 1994 to serve the needs of Slavic-speaking refugees and immigrants. More than 100,000 Slavic-speaking refugees and immigrants from the former Soviet Union currently reside in the Portland metro area, and the numbers are expected to increase. Census figures show that no other place in the nation has had more of an influx from the former Soviet Union than the Pacific Northwest. Oregon is number two in the nation for Slavic-speaking newcomers.