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  • April 2017 Charity of the Month: WACAP

    World Association for Children and Parents (WACAP) has been named Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for April, for being a champion for children, finding and preparing adoptive families, and offering lifelong support after adoption. WACAP began as a local support group for parents who had adopted internationally, but has expanded tremendously since then. In […]
  • March 2017 Charity of the Month: Hilltop Artists

    Hilltop Artists has been named Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for March, for giving students ages 12 to 20 the chance to explore the glass medium through fusion, mosaics, flameworking, and glassblowing. Hilltop Artists started in the summer of 1994 with just 20 students. Since then, Hilltop Artists has expanded into 9 different programs […]
  • February 2017 Charity of the Month: MSSCTF

    Metropolitan Seattle Sickle Cell Task Force (“MSSCTF”) has been named Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for February, for their work support for people with Sickle Cell Disease old and young. MSSCTF is a grass roots non-profit organization made up of families and individuals affected by Sickle Cell Disease trying to make a difference in […]
  • January 2017 Charity of the Month: Provail

    Provail has been named Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for January for supporting people with disabilities to fulfill their life choices. Founded in 1942 by Dr. Hulett Wyckoff and a group of parents searching for services for their children with Cerebral Palsy, Provail offers programs that create a collaborative network to create a person-centered […]
  • December 2016 Charity of the Month: MADD

    Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) has been named Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for December for aiding the victims of individuals driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and increasing public awareness of the problem of drinking and drugged driving. Founded by a mother whose daughter was killed by a drunk driver, MADD […]
  • November 2016 Charity of the Month: Salmon for Soldiers

    Salmon for Soldiers has been named Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for November for offering a sense of normalcy and relaxation to veterans through fishing. These opportunities are designed to help reduce stress while creating new relationships with other like-minded veterans. Salmon for Soldiers began when two friends decided to take some veterans out […]
  • October 2016 Charity of the Month: King County Sexual Assault Resource Center

    The King County Sexual Assault Resource Center has been named Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for October. KCSARC provides sexual assault-related services for people of all ages in King County while simultaneously working toward the ultimate goal of eliminating sexual violence and abuse from our communities. KCSARC brings specialized skills and insights from each […]
  • September 2016 Charity of the Month: Seattle Milk Fund

    The Seattle Milk Fund has been named Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for September for providing child care grants and family support to low-income, full-time students at King County’s colleges and universities. This wonderful organization helps parents realize their higher education potential, while providing valuable learning opportunities to their children in child care or preschool. […]
  • August 2016 Charity of the Month: Permission To Start Dreaming Foundation

    The Permission To Start Dreaming Foundation has been named Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for August. They provide access to solutions for soldiers and their families who are affected by Post Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injury. Since 2011, when the foundation started, they have given more than $145,000 to alternative therapy programs helping […]
  • July 2016 Charity of the Month: Sawhorse Revolution

    Sawhorse Revolution has been named Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for July, for being a non-profit that fosters high-school students through the influence of carpentry and craft. In 2010, Sawhorse Revolution started as a summer camp just north of Arlington called Smoke Farm. Since then, they have worked with over 150 students after adding […]
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