Community Partners

Thank you to our community partners!


Led by visionary women of color, ACHD provides holistic, complete, and culturally specific support for people of African descent in the Greater Seattle Area. ACHD has programs supporting housing stability, economic development, high-quality education, and referrals to legal services.

The Agape House exists to end Black and Brown women homelessness in the Greater Seattle/King area. Serving girls aged 18-27 years old, the Agape House provides women with housing, education, employment, and mentorship.

Chief Seattle Club is a Native-led housing and human service agency that provides food, primary health care, housing assistance, legal services, and more for their community, many of whom are experiencing homelessness.

Duwamish Valley Affordable Housing Coalition seeks to provide affordable housing opportunities and other resources to underrepresented and low-income renters and homeowners.

Hospitality House is a shelter program that offers services to women experiencing homelessness. In addition to emergency shelter, meals, and hygiene facilities, they also provide professional case management, workshops, and monthly nurse visits for each woman in their program.

Recovery Café provides a beautiful, safe, warm, drug and alcohol free space and loving community. They offer programs and services designed to help people maintain recovery, reduce relapse, manage their mental health, maintain sobriety, build community, and fulfill their potential.

Seattle Amistad School is an independent, two-way (Spanish/English) immersion school serving Toddlers, Pre-K through 8th grade. They aim to create a space where different cultural perspectives cooperate and complement each other in order to support and nurture our children.

Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission is a non-profit ministry that serves Seattle’s homeless population.

With a vision of equity for all, the ULMS six areas of focus include advocacy & civic engagement, education, housing, public health, entrepreneurship support, and workforce development.

Villa Comunitaria empowers families in culturally relevant ways, focusing on the Latinx immigrant community. They have programs for economic development, skills/leadership, building healthy communities, citizen/voter registration, and navigating human service programs.