Below are organizations who are partnered with us and who help us provide more programming and happenings for our community! Included is each organization's mission statement, and how they help us further our own goals.
Thank you, Partners!
350 Seattle works toward climate justice by organizing people to make deep system change: resisting fossil fuels; building momentum for healthy alternatives; and fostering resilient, just, and welcoming communities.
The Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA) builds, engages and supports our diverse community through programs, services and activities that connect neighbors and foster civic engagement.
TeenTix builds a bright future for our region by empowering young people to take an active role in shaping their arts community as audience members, critics, influencers, advocates, patrons, and leaders.
Bellwether Housing creates stable communities and access to opportunity through affordable housing. We develop and manage homes for people with limited incomes near job centers, transit, and services. We amplify our impact by helping other organizations in the Puget Sound region do the same.
Without access to information, there is no justice. King County Law Library aids all persons with their need for legal information by providing legal materials, training, education, and services in a welcoming and positive environment.
Queer Swing Seattle's mission is to create a dance school and dance community of like minded folx excited about Lindy Hop, Swing Music and Dance who want to bring their uniqueness into everything they do.
Founded in 2009, the Seattle Tabla Institute is a incorporated 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. Our main mission is to encourage and support the art of tabla drumming and Hindustani music through public educational programs and events in the state of Washington.
U District Partnership's mission is to serve all who work in, live in, and visite Seattle's University District by fostering and sustaining a vibrant, diverse, and healthy neighborhood for the common good.
Empowerment and Self-Defense Classes for Women is a Blackbelt Program that helps professional women in STEM combat sexual abuse, sexual harassment, and domestic violence, making them strong, safe, confident, and fearless in life.
The Meaningful Movies Project is a non-profit organization that assists neighborhoods, groups and individuals organize, educate and advocate using the power of social justice documentary film and relevant conversation to build positive and meaningful community and a more just and peaceful world.
Parkour Visions is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We promote and share the benefits of parkour and play with people of all ages through educational programming, design advocacy, leadership cultivation, and community building.
The Social Justice Film Institute was launched in 2017 to build on those efforts by fostering social justice filmmaking through youth education, script development, production assistance for works in progress, competitive challenges, and special events. We strive to make the Institute a hub of community engagement and empowerment.
UDSM strives to eliminate health disparities by providing free comprehensive care to the underserved and through education of current and future healthcare providers. We serve as an interdisciplinary, student- and community-driven bridge to care for those experiencing homelessness in the University District through:
Dedicated Street Outreach
Close Community Partnerships
Free Clinic-based Care