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.
Alaska Native, For All, Multicultural
The Alaska Native Justice Center is dedicated to helping Native people navigate the justice system. We support survivors of crime and partner with Tribes to improve child welfare and local justice systems across Alaska.
Hispanic, Latinx, Mexican
The Hispanic Business Association (HBA) is an all-volunteer, non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to contributing to our communities by providing opportunities to Hispanic youth through education and mentoring.
African American, American (US), Black
As a former soldier who spoke very little about his time as a prisoner of war in the Korean War, William Jones' request to preserve the memory of his time as a Buffalo Soldier is something his family took to heart. Following his death in 2009, his daughter, Jackie Jones-Hook, began formalizing a museum in honor of the all-black regiment of the United States military. In 2012, the Buffalo Soldier Museum in Tacoma opened its doors as a haven for students and members of the community to learn about a piece of history that took place between 1866 and 1944 – and is all-too-often forgotten in the textbooks.
The museum is one of only two of its kind in the country dedicated to honoring the Buffalo Soldiers, the other being the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum in Houston. Formally called the 9th and 10th (Horse) Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers Museum, this nonprofit group educates the public through its vast collection of military artifacts, books, articles and DVDs from Jones' time in the military.
African, African American, Black
The Northwest African American Museum (NAAM) is housed in the historic Colman School building (built in 1909) which overlooks a beautiful, sprawling green park, named after rock legend, Jimi Hendrix, in the heart of Seattle’s Central District. See ongoing virtual series: Historians on Hope. Each week, NAAM features words of hope from notable African American historians in our #HistoriansOnHope virtual series. We invite you to share these graphics on your favorite social media platforms. Be sure to tag us at @naamnw!
Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), For All
206 Zulu is a Seattle-based community organization, established in 2004, that uses Hip Hop culture and the arts as platforms for community service, education and empowerment. Over the years, 206 Zulu’s diverse membership expanded throughout the Pacific Northwest and a wide array of programs flourished to include free and all-ages events, concerts, festivals, parades, dance competitions, workshops, classes, conferences, multimedia programs, and more.
People with Disabilities, Gender Non-Conforming, LGBTQ, Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Queer, Trans, Two Spirit, Indigenous, Latinx, For All, Multicultural
Destiny City Film Festival’s mission is to use the power of vibrant cinematic storytelling to curate an engaged community audience for independent film. Part of that mission is providing a safe space for stories that have not historically received equal representation. We strive to be inclusive, welcoming, accessible and encouraging of all BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and Disability communities and all marginalized voices as we continue to evolve and learn.
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.
Indigenous, Native American
Wa-Ya: Combining STEM principles with outdoor adventure, Indigenous knowledge, and environmental stewardship
LGBTQ, For All
We are a community based LGBTQIA+ advocacy organization in King County, WA.
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.
Mount Vernon, WA
The mission of the Lincoln Theatre is to entertain, inform, and inspire our diverse community through cinema, live performance, and educational programs while preserving the historic Lincoln Theatre.
Elevate Washington is a community resource that captures and maintains data on youth-serving programs across our state. From camps and afterschool classes to services and support, Elevate Washington’s directory features programs that help build lifelong skills, improve academic performance, provide safe spaces outside the school day, and inspire young people to discover their passions.
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.
Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), Indigenous, For All, Multicultural
The Rhapsody Project is a community that explores and celebrates music and heritage through an anti-racist lens.
MARCH is an evolving framework created by our staff in order to establish cultural equity in our community(ies).
The framework is structured around TRP’s core belief that people of any background can begin the lifelong work of helping establish an equitable world and anti-racist society by engaging in multiple forms of Movement, Acknowledgement, Renewal, Collaboration, and Heritage.
We have used this framework to develop a number of programs and workshops for all ages, including:
Face the Music, a workshop program for individuals
Equitable, ongoing classes and workshops for young people.
A consultation service for businesses, festivals, and organizations to implement diversity, equity, and inclusion policies and practices.
Federally Recognized Tribes of Washington, Indigenous, Native American, Tulalip / dxʷliləp
ArtsEd Washington is a grassroots non-profit organization dedicated to making arts education part of the K-12 educational experience for every student in Washington State.