Washington Community Action Network leads the Housing Justice Now! campaign. We are a statewide grassroots organization with over 40,000 members throughout Washington. We fight for racial, gender, social, and economic justice. We believe housing is a human right and are fighting for housing justice in Seattle. For more information, visit washingtoncan.org
OneAmerica's mission is to advance the fundamental principles of democracy and justice through building power in immigrant communities, in collaboration with key allies. OneAmerica is the largest immigrant advocacy organization in Washington State, organizing in and advocating for and with a diversity of immigrant communities including Latino, African, and Asian. OneAmerica works to change the limits of what is possible, and all of our staff are grounded in the belief that anything is possible if we organize and advocate together.
The mission of the Tenants Union (TU) is to create housing justice through empowerment-based education, outreach, leadership development, organizing, and advocacy. Founded in 1977, the TU carries on a proud legacy of work to create concrete improvements in tenants’ living conditions and challenge and transform unjust housing policies and practices. As a membership organization, the TU’s work is grounded in the strong conviction that tenants must be the leaders of efforts to transform our housing conditions and communities. The TU embraces the values of equality, hope, tenant leadership, respect, direct action, civic courage, racial and economic justice, and self-determination in our work
The Chief Seattle Club exists to provide sacred space to nurture, affirm and renew the spirit of urban Native people. The Chief Seattle Club is a human service agency that provides for the basic needs of their members, many of whom are experiencing homelessness. Over 50,000 meals are served every year and members can access quality nursing care, mental health providers, chemical dependency professionals and traditional healing practices. Native people in urban areas face unique challenges and the Chief Seattle Club embraces the cultures, languages, and traditions of Alaska Natives and American Indians as the primary method for healing and transformation. For more information, visit chiefseattleclub.org
NARAL Pro-Choice Washington is the leading grassroots pro-choice advocacy organization in Washington state, and we believe that every woman should be able to make personal decisions about the full range of reproductive health options. NARAL Pro-Choice Washington works to protect every woman’s right to access the full range of reproductive health options, including preventing unintended pregnancy, bearing healthy children, and choosing legal abortion. NARAL Pro-Choice Washington also fights for the full economic empowerment of all women in our state.
Seattle Transit Riders Union is a democratic organization of working and poor people - including students, seniors, and people with disabilities - taking control over control over our own lives, and building up the power we need to change society for the good of humanity and of the planet. We fight to preserve, expand, and improve the public transportation system in Seattle and beyond, so that every human being has access to safe, affordable, and reliable public transit. For more information, visit transitriders.org
Patacara Community Services is a faith based nonprofit offering compassionate and respectful care to those who are suffering. We provide services inspired by the philosophy and teachings of Buddhism. We are a nonsectarian, all-volunteer, grassroots community that values generosity, mindfulness, compassion, interdependence, and kindness. Our current focus area is offering supportive services to our unhoused neighbors, including people living in unauthorized encampments. Patacara was founded in 2014 and is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. For more information visit patacara.org.
As a vibrant, immigrant worker rights organization, Casa Latina empowers low-wage Latino immigrants to move from economic insecurity to economic prosperity and to lift their voices to take action around public policy issues that affect them.
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