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  • September 2021 Charity of the Month: Gold Star Mothers of Washington

    They are mothers whose sons or daughters became missing in action, died while on active duty, or died as a result of such service. Their history: On June 4, 1928, a group of twenty-five mothers residing in Washington, DC, met to make plans to organize a national organization to be known as American Gold Star […]
  • August 2021 Charity of the Month: Rain City Rock Camp

    Rain City Rock Camp is the only nonprofit in the Seattle area that combines music education, gender-responsive programming and a commitment to positive social change. They center and support women, girls (cis and trans) and gender expansive folk, both in the content of their programming and in the identities of the mentors who are a […]
  • The Rivkin Center’s SummeRun & Walk for Ovarian Cancer

    During the pandemic, nearly 10 million cancer screenings were missed. Early detection improves outcomes for all types of cancer, especially ovarian. Ovarian cancer can be genetically linked to breast cancer. While breast cancer survival rates have improved, ovarian cancer remains the deadliest gynecological cancer and is underfunded by national funding agencies. Ovarian cancer tends to […]
  • July 2021 Charity of the Month: Brigadoon Service Dogs

    Brigadoon Service Dogs provides service dogs for Veterans, Children and Adults with physical, developmental, and behavioral health disabilities, to promote a more independent and enriched life. They change lives one partnership at a time by “Offering a Helping Paw”! Since their establishment in August of 2004, they have placed over 100 service dogs and have […]
  • June 2021 Charity of the Month: PFLAG Seattle

    For more than 40 years, PFLAG has been providing peer-to-peer support, publications, toolkits, and other resources to make sure that the family members of people who are LGBTQ get the support they need in the way that best serves their needs. Founded in 1973 after the simple act of a mother publicly supporting her gay […]
  • May 2021 Charity of the Month: Battlefield Addiction

    Battlefield Addiction is a powerful organization that fights addiction strategically and effectively; and is dedicated to reconnecting the family, the addict and the community. They do so through the application of transformative teachings, in addition to building partnerships that make real solutions available to all. They strengthen and multiply their “Army” and resources by enrolling […]
  • April 2021 Charity of the Month: NatureBridge

    NatureBridge has been named Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for April 2021. The organization’s mission is to connect young people to the natural world to foster self-discovery and an appreciation of the planet. Their programs serve over 35,000 children and teens each year by introducing them to National Parks. The organization serves youth in […]
  • March 2021 Charity of the Month: Our Future Matters

    Our Future Matters has been selected as Bonneville Seattle’s Charity of the Month for March 2021. The organization works to empower Pacific Islander youth to advocate for equity in education, engage in learning experiences and become community leaders. Through their Summer Leadership Academy, high school juniors and seniors engage in curriculum designed to develop their […]
  • February 2021 Charity of the Month: Elderwise

    Elderwise has been named Bonneville Seattle’s charity of the month for February 2021. Elderwise is an adult day program that uses group discussions and artistic activities support people with memory loss. Their activities provide participants ways to engage and connect with the wider community and supports both the participant and their care givers. The program […]
  • January 2021 Charity of the Month: Street Bean Coffee Roasters

    Street Bean Coffee Roasters has been selected as Bonneville Seattle’s charity of the month for January 2021. Their mission is to provide opportunities for young people experiencing homelessness to discover and employ their gifts by serving coffee in our community. They help people build job skills and help connect them to brighter futures with job […]