Immigrant/Refugee, Low Income, Women, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)
LELO strives to empower low-income workers of color, recent immigrants and women workers to assert their rights, improve their working conditions and gain a voice in their workplaces, trade unions and communities in the U.S. and across the globe.
TeamChild provides free civil legal advocacy and community education to help youth involved in the juvenile court system secure the education, healthcare, housing and other support they need to achieve positive outcomes in their lives.
To provide opportunities for African Diaspora immigrant and refugee communities, families, and individuals in South King County to attain health and housing stability, economic development, high-quality education, and referrals to legal services.
We are the leading voice to end domestic violence in Washington State. We improve how communities respond to domestic violence and are working to create a world where all people can live and love without fear.
Any community needs we’re here to help.
The NAACP education committee strives to ensure that all students have access to an equal and high-quality education by eliminating education-related racial andethnic disparities in our public schools. Through advocacy training, policy development and guidance, building collaborative networks, and direct action, the National Education program works to assure an equitable start for all Americans.
Jamestown S’Klallam / nuxsklai’yem, Native American
The Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe is one of 566 American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes in the United States of America. The Tribe shares a common history, territory and political rights with its sister Tribes the Lower Elwha Klallam and Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribes. The S’Klallam people have lived on the north shores of the Olympic Peninsula since time immemorial.
Native American, Shoshone
Owyhee County, ID
American (US), Women, Indian
Indian-American Community Services (IACS) formerly known as India Association of Western Washington (IAWW), is the longest-serving Indian community based organization in the Pacific Northwest. Secular and volunteer-driven, the IACS works to connect and empower the Asian-Indian community through programs, services, and advocacy for people of all ages and all life stages. As a result, the IACS is able to involve its full community in ways that incorporate and respect cultural traditions and values.
Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), For All
Nonprofit Assistance Center (NAC) and Wayfind are joining forces as Communities Rise to provide integrated services under one roof. Together, we can create a more equitable Washington state where every community can realize its fullest potential.
LGBTQ, For All
Gender Justice League is a Washington State gender and sexuality civil and human rights organization headquartered in Seattle, Washington.
Latino Advocacy provides policy development and advocacy consulting to organizations and grassroots groups in Washington state focusing on racial justice and immigrant rights. Latino Advocacy conducts workshops, facilitates group meetings, and helps organizations develop specific planning that allows them develop policies that advocate for their specific issues and therefore achieve specific fundraising goals.
African, Asian, Cambodian, Cantonese, Filipino, Indian, Korean, Latina/e/o/x, Spanish
OneAmerica is the largest immigrant and refugee advocacy organization in Washington State, organizing with and advocating for diverse communities including Latinx, African, and Asian.
Native American, Squaxin Island
We are descendants of the maritime people who lived and prospered along the shores of the southernmost inlets of the Salish Sea for untold centuries. Because of our strong cultural connection with the water, we are also known as the People of the Water.
Vision: We envision a culturally and economically strong community of self-governing, resilient people united by shared values and traditions.
Native American, Port Gamble S’Klallam / nəxʷqíyt nəxʷsƛ̕áy̕əm̕
Nux Sklai Yem or Strong People, are descendants of the Salish people who have been well-established in the Puget Sound basin and surrounding areas since 2400 B.C.
Native American, Nez Perce / Nimiipuu
The Nimiipuu people have always resided and subsisted on lands that included the present-day Nez Perce Reservation in north-central Idaho. Today, the Nez Perce Tribe is a federally recognized tribal nation with more than 3,500 citizens.
The Mariposa House is dedicated to the ideal that no one should have to live with violence, whether it be social, sexual, mental or physical. We strive to lessen violence in our community, and in our world. We are organized to provide shelter, advocacy-based counseling, and preventative services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Victims of Crime also receive advocacy-based counseling, legal assistance and referrals.
Immigrant/Refugee, For All
Refugee and Immigrant Connections Spokane supports and empowers refugee and immigrant communities by providing services, fostering community bonds, and advocating for refugee and immigrant rights in the Inland Northwest.
Latina/e/o/x, For All
El Centro de la Raza strives to use social, cultural, educational, economic and civic activities as vehicles to bring together peoples of all races and refuses to separate our nation’s economic model from the historic tragedy of racism, poverty, and war.
Casa Latina advances the power and well-being of Latino immigrants through employment, education, and community organizing. Our Education Program, Day Worker Center, Workers' Defense Committee, and the Leadership Program are all focused on giving the training, knowledge and support needed for our constituents to move toward greater self-sufficiency.
Casa Latina was founded in 1994 to empower Seattle’s Latino immigrants by providing them educational and economic opportunities, giving people the tools they need to work, live, support their families, and contribute to the Seattle community.