Eastern European, African, Congolese, European, Iraqi, Middle Eastern, Pasifika
IRCO exists to promote the integration of refugees, immigrants, and the community at large into a self-sufficient, healthy, and inclusive multiethnic society.
Providing an array of employment, educational, and social services to American Indians and all other racial groups in the community of Spokane.
Hopelink provides comprehensive social services to at-risk families and individuals and is the largest social services agency serving north and east King County.
CORE is dedicated to supporting, empowering, and advocating for young people.
For 40 years, the Pike Market Senior Center & Food Bank has served the basic needs of low-income older adults and families as they experience food insecurity, inadequate nutrition, homelessness, social isolation and lack of opportunity.
Providing food for families in need since 1966.
Building a hunger-free NE Seattle by providing our neighbors with reliable access to healthy food and life-changing resources.
he West Seattle Food Bank is committed to providing access to food, clothing, emergency rent and utility assistance, bus tickets, connections to community resources, and other essential services for thousands of our neighbors in the West Seattle.
The Food Bank @ St. Mary's helps alleviate food insecurity in Seattle with services such as a walk-in program three times a week, home grocery delivery, no cook bags, and mobile food bank; items for hygiene, babies, and toddlers when available.
The White Center Food Bank began unofficially in the mid-1970’s as an emergency response to assist struggling families and individuals in the greater White Center and Highline areas during a major economic downturn. Much like today, many in the community were facing difficult economic conditions that left them in need of food resources.
We were there then. We are here now.
Please visit us at the White Center Food Bank if you are in need of assistance. We are here to help.
We provide food assistance to members of the UW community.
We uphold the Filipino-American heritage & other ethnic groups’ traditions by providing an affordable place for meetings & events with benevolent intent.
Familias Unidas is the first Latino Resource Center in Snohomish County. We are open to all but provide bilingual services with a focus on the Hispanic Community in the area.
ABAW is Washington State's largest voluntary bar association of Asian attorneys. Formed in 1987 by a small group of Seattle area attorneys, ABAW now counts hundreds of member attorneys, judges, professors, and law students in a wide range of practice areas and locations in the state of Washington and throughout the country.
As a the voice for the Asian Pacific American legal profession in the State of Washington, ABAW promotes justice, equity and opportunity for Asian Pacific Americans. We serve as a resource for our members and foster professional development, legal scholarship, advocacy and community involvement..
Join ABAW or renew your membership by clicking here. Any individual who is duly admitted to practice law in the State of Washington or another state and who is in good standing, is eligible to join. Membership is always FREE for law students in good standing at any ABA-accredited law school.
The Rainier Valley Food Bank (RVFB) provides food assistance to low-income residents in southeast Seattle, with a focus on seniors, families, individuals with disabilities and the homeless.
FamilyWorks is a welcoming place for people who seek food, family support, and a path to resiliency.
Since 1892, Jewish Family Service has been an outstretched, helping hand in our local community. Essential services are delivered with compassion and respect to offer people in our region the tools they need to build healthier, more stable lives. The life-changing services of JFS are provided by professional staff, enhanced by dedicated volunteers and supported by our broad-base of generous community donors.