Long before the advent of Facebook, EarthCorps planted the seeds of a global network of environmental professionals in the US and abroad. More than twenty years later, EarthCorps is pushing new boundaries by innovating ecological practice, evolving how people learn leadership, and engaging diverse communities in hands-on action.
Technology Access Foundation (TAF) has worked to improve access to STEM and technology fields for students of color and underrepresented communities for the past twenty years.
Teaching kids to code and build robots through an intersection of anti-racist and anti-sexist curriculum.
Jack Straw Cultural Center is the Northwest's only non-profit multidisciplinary audio arts center. A community-based resource since 1962, we provide a production facility that is unlike any other in the region for local artists who work creatively with sound.
For All, Multicultural
A pioneering portal that crosses barriers and connects cultures by consolidating and amplifying cross-generational, ethnic community voices.
Founded in 1963, the Greater Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce is the voice of the Chinese business community.
Alianza Youth Leadership Program is a youth-led movement of collective voices connecting leaders to unlock their leadership potential and bring change to their communities.
Suquamish, Native American
Suquamish is one of many Indian Tribes in the Pacific Northwest who thrived in their traditional life ways before the arrival of non-Indians.
CIELO promotes community, self-sufficiency, and leadership of Latinxs in the South Puget Sound area with educational and mental health services, and social and cultural activities.
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!
Pacific 'Ohana Foundation helps perpetuate, preserve, and protect the rich culture of the Pacific Basin communities and the relationships among them. We honor people’s cultural values to make this a better world for all.
Asia Pacific Cultural Center (APCC) serves as an interactive cultural crossroads between local and international communities. APCC represents 47 countries and cultures, offering programs and services honoring their distinct artistry, business protocols, history, and social practices.
Snoqualmie, Native American
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe consists of Native Americans from the Puget Sound region of Washington State
Our ensemble performs Thai classical and folk music on traditional Thai instruments as well as a wide range of dances, from lively regional folk dances to the graceful and stylish court dances.
CAIR Washington is grassroots advocacy and civil rights organization based in Seattle that serves the Muslim community across Washington state. Our purpose is to defend the civil liberties of Muslim Washingtonians no matter where they live or their level of income. We do this by 1) providing free legal services to Muslims who’ve been discriminated against because they are Muslim, 2) working to combat Islamophobia and bigotry through education and storytelling, and 3) empowering our community to be politically and socially engaged while shaping laws and policies that impact us.
SMRA engages in charitable activities in the community and provides social services and disaster relief.
For over 20 years, Art with Heart has been using the healing power of creative expression to support kids and youth. Our therapeutic, art-based curriculum and books are a proven path to transforming pain into possibility. Now in our third decade, we’ve merged with Childhaven and a family of services dedicated to relational health and connecting with kids and their communities in all the places they live, learn, and play
Squaxin Island, Native American
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.
Samish, Native American
We promote educational programs that foster the preservation of Samish culture and traditions and instill a desire for life long learning.