2019 Washington Core Support Grant Recipients

Aug 20, 2019 | News

The Satterberg Foundation is thrilled to announce its latest group of Core Support grantees. These Washington state based organizations will each receive $100,000 per year for 5 years for a total grant of $500,000. We are excited to partner with you all!

African Community Housing & Development
Seattle, WA

Our mission is to provide opportunities for African immigrants and refugee community, families and individuals in King County to attain health and housing stability, economic development, legal and educational services.

Africatown Community Land Trust
Seattle, WA

Our mission is to provide opportunities for African immigrants and refugee community, families and individuals in King County to attain health and housing stability, economic development, legal and educational services. 

Black Education Strategy Roundtable
Federal Way, WA

To achieve systemic changes in education that result in excellence and equity for Black/African American students at all levels of the education continuum and raise the bar for all students.

Byrd Barr Place
Seattle, WA

Byrd Barr Place nurtures a more equitable Seattle through programs and advocacy that enable people to live healthier, prosperous lives. Our programs help Seattle residents with basic human services so they can break the cycle of poverty and build self-sufficiency.

Central District Forum for Arts and Ideas
Seattle, WA

Our mission is to provide a platform for provocative arts and ideas that foster awareness of and involvement in Black experiences.

Central Washington Justice for Our Neighbors
Ellensburg, WA

Central Washington Justice For Our Neighbors (CWJFON’s) mission is to provide low- or pro-bono legal services to immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers. We also engage in advocacy for immigrant justice, promote pro-immigrant policy change and offer education to the public.

Children of the Setting Sun Productions
Bellingham, WA

Children of the Setting Sun Productions, Inc., enlivens the rich history, legacies, stories and historical traditions of the Salish people. Our purpose is to CREATE. SHARE. EDUCATE. By doing so we bridge understanding and change perceptions across cultural differences.

Children’s Alliance
Seattle, WA

Our mission is to improve the well-being of children by effecting positive changes in public policies, priorities, and programs.

Chinook Indian Nation
Baycenter, WA

The Chinook Indian Nation is organized to enhance the cultural, social, and economic well-being of all Chinook Indian tribal members; protect the natural resources of Chinook Indian Nation lands and waters; and facilitate political and legal relationships with external governments.

Olympia, WA

CIELO promotes community, self-sufficiency and leadership of Latinx and other underserved immigrant communities in the South Puget Sound area with educational programs, mental health services, and social and cultural activities.

Colectiva Legal del Pueblo
Burien, WA

CLP is a non-hierarchical collective organization founded for and by undocumented immigrants working to build a more inclusive migrant justice movement, believing that the most marginalized voices, and those most affected by injustice, should be leading the effort for change

Community Justice Project
Seattle, WA

The Community Justice Project’s mission is to build community-based responses to harm that center the dignity of all people, and harness the collective power of communities impacted by violence and mass incarceration for systems transformation.

Food Innovation Network
SeaTac, WA

The Food Innovation Network’s mission is to enhance the local food system, increase access to healthy food, create pathways for success, and support resource and idea sharing that engages the diverse communities of SeaTac/Tukwila and South King County.

Front and Centered
Seattle, WA

Front and Centered works to elevate the voices, interests and concerns of communities of color as a driving force on public policy, community-based education, and impact investments addressing climate change and environmental priorities.

Ingersoll Gender Center
Seattle, WA

Ingersoll Gender Center is an organization by and for transgender and gender diverse people that provides mutual support through peer led support groups, advocacy in navigating resources, community organizing, and education — all in the pursuit of our collective self-determination.

Lavender Rights Project
Seattle, WA

Lavender Rights Project (LRP) advances a more just and equitable society by providing low-cost civil legal services and community programming centered in values of social justice for trans and queer low-income people and other marginalized communities.

Mason County HOST
Shelton, WA

The Mason County Housing Options for Students in Transition is a solution to the issue of youth homelessness in Mason County. HOST’s mission is to connect homeless youth, ages 15-21 to housing, education, case management and mentoring throughout their education.

Native Youth Leadership Alliance
Seattle, WA

The Native Youth Leadership Alliance (NYLA) invests in young Native American leaders to spark culturally based community change.

Open Doors for Multicultural Families
Kent, WA

Open Doors for Multicultural Families is a nonprofit, grassroots organization dedicated to ensuring that diverse families with loved ones with developmental/intellectual disabilities and special health care needs have equal access to culturally and linguistically appropriate information, resources, and services.

Para Los Ninos
Burien, WA

Para Los Niños (For the Children, or PLN) educates and organizes South King County Latino families to transform our communities and schools to create academic and life success for every Latino student.

Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane
Spokane, WA

The Peace & Justice Action League of Spokane (PJALS) engages everyday people to build a just and nonviolent world.

Potlatch Fund
Seattle, WA

To expand philanthropy within Northwest Tribal Nations and Native Communities by inspiring and building upon the Native tradition of giving.

Rainier Beach Action Coalition
Seattle, WA

Implement the Rainier Beach Neighborhood Plan, build a connected, sustainable, equitable community. Promote the “made in Rainier Beach”, quality education, living wage jobs, affordable transportation, housing for all, a safe place where people thrive, a neighborhood the world calls home

Refugee Connections Spokane
Spokane, WA

To identify systemic issues which a) create barriers to the successful resettlement and the long term well-being of refugees and immigrants in the Spokane area and which b) are most effectively addressed through community collaborations.

Salish School of Spokane
Spokane, WA

Dynamic Salish language revitalization powering cultural renewal and building a stronger, healthier community.

Somali Doulas Northwest
Seattle, WA

Somali Doulas Northwest’s mission is to provide community-based doula services that will educate, respect and empower low-income women and their families during pregnancy and birth and into early parenting.

Somali Health Board
Tukwila, WA

The Somali Health Board (SHB)’s mission is to reduce health disparities in King County’s Somali community.

Somali Parent Education Board
Seattle, WA

Somali Parents Education Board’s mission is to close education gaps experienced by Somali children by promoting parent leaders in the education system.

Seattle, WA

Surge stands with communities whose bodies, lives, and families have been subject to state and social control. We advance racial and reproductive justice through community engagement, education, and policy advocacy by mobilizing communities.

the Service Board
Seattle, WA

the Service Board (tSB) mentors teens to conquer personal and cultural challenges through outdoor adventure, environmental and social justice education, and public service.

The Vera Project
Seattle, WA

The Vera Project fuels personal and community transformation through collaborative, youth-driven engagement in music and art.

Totem Star
Seattle, WA

Totem Star amplifies and empowers youth voice through music production and performance to strengthen life skills in leadership, civic engagement, and community building.

Kent, WA

The mission of UTOPIA (United Territories Of Pacific Islanders’ Alliance) is to provide sacred spaces to strengthen the minds and bodies of QTPI (Queer and Trans Pacific Islanders) through community organizing, community care, civic engagement, and cultural stewardship.

Seattle, WA

To empower academic, creative, community-connected lifelong leaders through high-impact academic and “place-based” social justice leadership development.

Washington Bus Education Fund
Seattle, WA

The Washington Bus is a statewide movement building organization that increases political access and participation for young people across Washington State and develops the next generation of young leaders.

Washington Environmental Council
Seattle, WA

Washington Environmental Council’s mission is to protect, restore, and sustain Washington’s environment for all.

Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network
Burien, WA

Protect and advance the power of immigrant communities through a multiracial, multilingual and multi-faith coalition and organizing strategy that educates and mobilizes statewide to uphold and defend the rights and dignity of all immigrants, centering the voices of impacted communities.

West African Community Council
Seattle, WA

The mission of the West African Community Council (WACC) is to advocate, organize, assist, educate and support West African community members while preserving our tradition, culture, social, religious and moral beliefs.

Wing Luke Museum
Seattle, WA

We connect everyone to the dynamic history, cultures, and art of Asian Pacific Americans through vivid storytelling and inspiring experiences to advance racial and social equity.

Young Women Empowered
Seattle, WA

Y-WE cultivates the power of diverse young women* to be creative leaders and courageous changemakers through transformative programs within a collaborative community of belonging.