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2005 Grants: $122,850

Many of these grants were made with the assistance of a community advisory board. The foundation thanks Soya Jung-Harris, Dwight Mizoguchi and Dustin Washington for their assistance.

Technical Assistance for Community Services

5,000 for the Nonprofit Assistance Center program
NAC is a training and consulting resource for nonprofit organizations.

Alliance for Justice - Nonprofit Advocacy Project

5,000 in general operating support
AFJ focuses on strengthening the voice of the non-profit sector in policy debate by helping tax-exempt organizations understand the laws that govern their participation.

Class Action

2,500 in general operating support
Their mission is to raise consciousness about the issues of Classism: class and money, and their powerful impact on our individual lives, our relationships, organizations, institutions, and culture.

American Indian Women's Service League Inc

10,000 to support the Native Women's Action Network program

Casa Latina

5,000 in general operating support
Casa Latina is a community-based organization located in Seattle, Washington, that empowers Latino immigrants through educational and employment opportunities.

Seattle Young People's Project

5,000 to support a youth-led, adult supported organization that empowers youth (ages 13-18) to express themselves and to take action on the issues that affect their lives.

1,000 to support the African Youth United (AYU) program which brings together youth of African descent and empowers them to express themselves and take joint action on the issues that affect their lives.

Japanese American Citizens League

5,000 in general operating support
JACL was founded to protect the civil rights of Americans of Japanese ancestry. Today they are committed to protecting the rights of all segments of the Asian Pacific American community.

Kitsap Human Rights Network

5,000 in general operating support

The Kitsap Human Rights Network defends human and civil rights while empowering the community to combate hate and promote inclusion, respect and diversity.

Institute For Washington's Future

5,000 for the the Comite Pro-Amnistia y Justicia Social program
The program promotes community organizing and leadership development around human rights issues related to immigrants

Community Coalition for Environmental Justice

5,000 in general operating support
CCEJ is a grassroots organization in Seattle organizing in communities of color and low income communities to achieve environmental and economic justice.

1,700 for the Courageous Sisters Unite program
Annual event for women of color to honor international women's day and create community

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American Friends Service Society

5,000 for the Rise One program
Rise One is young people organizing to combat racism in various arenas and fight for social justice.

5,000 for the AFSC Indian program
The Indian program organizes for regional native american rights.

5,000 for the Freedom School program

1,000 for Native Youth Action Seattle

2,000 for the People's Coalition for Justice Program
PCJ is a multiracial antiracist organization that addresses institutional racism in the criminal justice system.

Freedom Church of Seattle

2,000 to support the Leo O Tupulaga (Voices of Samoa) program
LOTS is a grass-roots organization serving Samoan children, youth and parents in the Seattle area.

United for a Fair Economy

10,000 in general operating support
UFE works to raise awareness that concentrated wealth and power undermines the economy, corrupts democracy, deepens the racial divide and tears communities apart.

The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond

13,600 to support the People's Institute Northwest
The mission of People's Institute Northwest (PINW) is to engage all communities in creating an antiracist society where everyone has the opportunity to reach their full potential.

1,700 to support the Men of Color gathering program
Men of Color exploring our histories, advocating for our families and supporting each other to fight racism and strengthen our communities.

Central District Forum for Arts & Ideas

10,000 in general operating support

The CD Forum offers progressive programs that encourage thought and debate on the role of African-Americans in American culture.

Washington State Patrol

2,350 to support diversity and inclusion in the ranks of Washington's State Patrol

Northwest Women's Law Center

10,000 in general operating support for an organization working for the rights of women and families in Washington State.