Below are some of the organizations we have partnered with in 2011/2012
Vision House began in Renton, Washington, in 1990 providing transitional housing and support services to homeless mothers and their children. In the spring of 2010, a second supportive housing complex, Jacob's Well, broke ground in Shoreline, Washington. Jacob's Well will provide additional apartments for homeless families, licensed after-school programs and child-care services, counseling offices, a food and clothing bank, and a community center.
World Concern is a Christian global relief and development organization. With our supporters, our faith compels us to extend life-saving help and opportunity to people facing the most profound human challenges of extreme poverty. At World Concern, the solutions we offer, the work we do—with your help—creates lasting, sustainable change. Lasting change that provides lasting hope.
Located in Seattle's Rainier Valley, Seattle Urban Academy is a positive, Christian, educational community where at-risk high school students develop academic, social, and spiritual maturity to graduate and move on into higher education and employment.
Welcoming hundreds of refugees into the Seattle area each year, World Relief Seattle exists to help this vulnerable population become self-sufficient and vibrant participants in our community. Along with the local Church and other community partners, World Relief Seattle provides housing and employment assistance, English language training, ministry in the NW Immigration Detention Center, and much more.
Sharing Christ’s love through veterinary medicine, veterinary professionals work worldwide with communities that have no access to veterinary care. By walking alongside people, equipping and empowering them to take better care of their animals, lives are changed, families are healthier, and hope is found.
The Bread of Life Mission exists to overcome the cycle of homelessness in men’s and women’s lives through a Christ-centered complete recovery model.
REACT Services assists organizations, churches and businesses in real, results focused partnering, especially among the vulnerable and least reached. Our goal is to help ministries be even more effective in their ministry through working together with other like minded groups. REACT's key projects address refugees, the persecuted church, children's ministries, sports outreach, disaster response, and business development. REACT also has regional priorities for 2011-12 in the Middle East and China.
In 2004, the IMO (In Memory Of) Festival was created. The Festival has provided a platform for mothers, fathers, sons, and daughters to pay tribute and share inspiring stories about those they’ve lost. Over 100 loved ones have been sponsored/honored, their spirit extended, at the annual IMO Summer Festival.
The Jeremiah Center is a place of hospitality and community for the youth of Snohomish and King county. We offer after school activities, counseling services, tutoring, Friday night activities, cooking classes, and an array of other life skills based programming.