Grant Support 2015

Bellevue Lifespring

Grant support for the “Breaktime/Mealtime Summer Expansion” pilot project serving over 350 families with nutritious meals during 6 weeks of summer breaks.

Bellingham Food Bank

Grant support for the “Food Bank Fresh” project serving over 11,500 low income families with fresh farm produce.

Water 1st International

Grant support for the “Expansion of Water and Sanitation” projects in Khulna, Bangladesh serving over 5,500 individuals across 8 communities.

Vinh Son Orphanage

Sponsorship support to provide 6 months of food and supplies for 700 children across 6 orphanages in Vietnam.

Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center

Exclusive sponsorship for Gigi’s equine-health program serving those in need of equine assisted therapy (refer to September 2012 Featured Project for more detail).

Nutrition First

Grant support for the “Healthy Habits for Healthy Kids” conference serving 100 WIC families with education on healthy food access and preparation.

Rain City Rock Camp

Sponsorship grant support for the “Totem Rocks After School” program serving at-risk youth attending Totem Middle School.

Rain City Rock Camp

Grant support for the “Summer Camp Scholarships” program which provides financial aid to young girls in need who attend Rain City Rock Summer Camp for girls.

Senior Services Snohomish County

Grant support to continue supplementing “Meals on Wheels” with fresh farm produce serving over 1,000 homebound seniors in Snohomish County.

PCC Farmland Trust

Sponsorship grant support to purchase supplies for the “Farm Trust Restoration Event” that will allow community members to learn more about habitat restoration and the importance of farmland conservation.

Team Child

Grant support for the “Juvenile Record Sealing Clinic” which provides free legal advice for high risk young adults to have a “second chance” at a productive future.

Communities in Schools – Washington

Sponsorship grant support for 2015 holiday meals and gift giving programs serving at-risk youth and their families in Tacoma and Kent school districts.

Wings for Women

Grant support to provide a computer center for homeless and underserved women where they can learn basic computer skills and increase their employment opportunities.