Welcome to Congregation Beth Hatikvah. We’re glad you’re here.
We are an egalitarian, pluralistic Jewish synagogue located in Kitsap County, Washington.
Chabad of Pierce County is dedicated to providing every Jew regardless of background, philosophy or level of commitment, an open door environment for strengthening and enhancing Jewish family life. Chabad serves individuals and families looking for an anchor and non-judgmental, accepting, personalized Jewish experience.
Chabad offers “Judaism with a Smile,” and a home away from home for everyone who walks through its doors.
Chabad is a home for all things Jewish. We are founded on the principle that, while Jews may embrace many levels of observance in their personal lives, there should be a place for all Jews- no labels, no affiliations- to develop a sense of community, to enhance the experience of being Jewish, to learn, and to enjoy Judaism. We provide Jewish holiday programming, adult and youth education, Shabbat prayer services, and much more. But perhaps more importantly, on a personal level, Chabad serves as a shoulder to lean on, a friend, and a place to turn to at any time. Chabad of North Seattle is dedicated to providing an open-door environment to strengthen Jewish life for every Jew of every age regardless of background, philosophy, or level of commitment.
Mercer Island, WA
Chabad Mercer Island is a place where you can celebrate Judaism joyfully and with meaning. A place where Judaism sheds relevant perspective to our daily lives. Filled with opportunities to expand your mind, excite your heart, and touch your soul. Our center offers you a wide range of learning, connection, and outreach opportunities for all ages. Experience is paramount, and your questions are encouraged and embraced.
Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Indigenous, Latinx, For All, Multicultural
The Seattle Race and Social Justice Initiative (RSJI) is a citywide effort to end institutionalized racism and race-based disparities in City government.
RSJI builds on the work of the civil rights movement and the ongoing efforts of individuals and groups in Seattle to confront racism. The Initiative's long term goal is to change the underlying system that creates race-based disparities in our community and to achieve racial equity.
African American, Black
Restore hope in the lives of individuals in need through acts of compassion, love, and justice.
North American, American (North, South, Central, & Caribbean), Gender Non-Conforming, LGBTQ, Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Queer, Trans, Two Spirit
ARTS at King Street Station is a dynamic space for arts and culture in the heart of the city, dedicated to increasing opportunities for communities of color to generate and present their work.
Afro-Latinidad, African American, Asian & Pacific Islander (API), Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Hispanic, Indigenous, Latinx, Native American, For All, Multicultural, German, Italian
The festival began in 2006 after Cyrus Khambatta, Executive Artistic Director for Khambatta Dance attended an Artistic Director Leadership training program with a grant from The Paul G. Allen Foundation and began to realize a long, stirring desire to connect audiences with dance through the festival environment. After a decade in which his own Khambatta Dance was invited to numerous international festivals, each with its own particular take on dance, he found the excitement and fervor with which audiences digested dance works to be a stimulating environment in which to create.
Indigenous, Filipino American, Filipino
Bainbridge Island, WA
The genesis of the Indipino Community of Bainbridge Island began when thirty-six Indigenous women from nineteen different tribes in Canada, Washington State and Alaska migrated to Bainbridge Island, Washington to pick berries for Japanese American farmers in late 1930s and early 1940s. There they met and married young Filipino immigrant bachelors and settled on the Puget Sound Island located in the traditional territory of the Suquamish people.
Mexican American, Hispanic, Latinx, For All, Multicultural, Mexican
The Portland Latin American Film Festival (PDXLAFF) serves the community as a non-profit cultural promoter under the guidance of the Hollywood Theatre. We are dedicated to showcasing perspectives of Latin American culture through an exploration of Latin film and increasing the visibility of Latin American cinema locally. PDXLAFF presents films with universal appeal that can be enjoyed by native Spanish, Portuguese, and English speakers, and other lovers of the Latin culture. To receive email notifications about upcoming screenings. We screen at the Hollywood Theater.
Afro-Latinidad, Asian & Pacific Islander (API), Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Indigenous, Latinx, Native American, For All, Multicultural
A state where Oregonians are able to access and engage in arts, culture, history, heritage, and humanities in their community without barriers; where students have equitable access to quality arts education throughout their academic careers; and arts and culture organizations are able to provide innovative, world-class programming that allows for the export of ideas, innovation, and creative work while contributing to Oregon’s economy and quality of life.
Federally Recognized Tribes of Washington, Indigenous, Native American, Skokomish
We are committed to providing educational programs, information advocacy and referral, including referral to different forms of financial assistance. We will also provide positive emotional encouragement and support that promotes personal growth, enrichment , empowerment, self-esteem, and pride in our cultural heritage, economic independence and self-sufficiency. We will work in the community to provide educational avenues and to create a more positive environment for life-long learning.
African, Immigrant/Refugee, African American, Black, Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC)
Wakulima USA is a farming and food business cooperative that advances small business development and food sovereignty for low income immigrants and people of color in the Puget Sound region. Wakulima means “Farmers” in Kiswahili the most widely spoken language in Africa
Alaska Native, Indigenous
The Totem Heritage Center preserves and perpetuates the living artistic traditions of the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian peoples that gave rise to the original totem poles on display and provides the opportunity to discover, learn and practice Native arts to inspire cultural understanding.
Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Multicultural
Global Lounge Group is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization focused on promoting diversity and building a stronger community through art, music, dance, friendship and culture! Join us.
Alaska Native, Sealaska Corporation
We are a for-profit Alaska Native Corporation owned by more than 24,000 Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian shareholders. We draw inspiration from our shared heritage to protect our community’s greatest and most important resources – the oceans, forests, and people of Southeast Alaska. We hope these stories of our people, communities, and partners working together with purpose and pride will inspire others to join us.
Drag, LGBTQ, Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Queer, Hispanic, Two Spirit, Indigenous, Latinx, For All, Multicultural
Arciniega Street is a Latinx-owned, LGBTQ-owned, and woman-owned production company based out of Anchorage, Alaska. We specialize in storytelling through TV, Film & Web production, culture-bearing and community-building events and entertainment, creative design and development, and artistic collaboration.
American (US), Hispanic, Indigenous, Latinx, For All, Multicultural
Mexico-USA collaboration of conservation organizations, youth, government, and restoration practitioners for watershed health and cultural awareness. Uniting youth, educators, habitat restoration practitioners, and the birding community for deep cultural connections and sustained conservation of our shared migratory species and habitats.
Indigenous, Native American
The Association on American Indian Affairs is the oldest non-profit serving Indian Country protecting sovereignty, preserving culture, educating youth and building capacity. The Association was formed in 1922 to change the destructive path of federal policy from assimilation, termination and allotment, to sovereignty, self-determination and self-sufficiency. Throughout its 100-year history, the Association has provided national advocacy on watershed issues that support sovereignty and culture, while working on the ground at a grassroots level with Tribes to support the implementation of programs that affect lives on the ground.
Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Hispanic, Native American, For All, Multicultural
Roots and Beats Project fosters positive youth development through media arts education and cultural engagement. Our curriculum merges tradition and technology to weave culturally-rooted digital storytelling focusing on immigrant, refugee and ethnic diaspora experience. We work in partnership with local nonprofits and schools to provide music and multimedia workshops at no cost to underserved youth ages 12-21 years old.
We strive to make our curriculum culturally responsive, trauma-informed, and bilingual, aspects crucial to meet our students where they are. Our work is informed by a belief that when young people feel safe expressing themselves creatively, embracing cultural diversity, and bonding with adult mentors, it unlocks great potential for the development of wide-ranging skills and competencies towards becoming future community leaders.