Coalition Partner Organizations
COVID-19 Community Response Fund Alliance
COVID19 Community Response Alliance is a multi-racial, ethnic, and language coalition of 23 grassroots, community organizations representing immigrants, refugees, communities of color, veterans, LGBQTIA, seniors, youth, small businesses, farmers, community members and essential workers who have been excluded, and those with English as their second language. The Alliance empowers our communities and advocates for our communities by providing necessary rent and food assistance and community support, rejecting and standing against bias, discrimination, and hate crimes against Asian Americans, African American, and Latino/Hispanic American communities, and sharing information through our communication channels and networks. We actively support our communities through five committees: 1) Advocacy; 2) Immediate Needs; 3) Community Support; 4) Anti-Hate and Bias; and 5) Communications.
Chinese Information and Service Center (CISC)
Telephone: (206) 624-5633
CISC supports immigrants and their families by creating opportunities for them to succeed while honoring their heritage. We serve the Chinese immigrant community and immigrants from Eastern Europe, Latin America, Africa, and other parts of Asia by bridging cultures, communities, and generations. Our team of bilingual staff strive to center the unique cultural and language needs of the people we serve. Our services include early childhood education, youth development, family support, senior and disabled adult services, and health care access programs. We provide these services at our locations in Seattle, Bellevue, Kent, and Redmond and numerous outreach sites such as community and senior centers.
Eastside for All
Eastside For All is a race and social justice advocacy organization led by and for BIPOC community leaders. Our mission is to transform East King County into a place where racial, economic, and social justice is made possible for communities of color. We focus on transforming local policies, practices, relationships, and investments. We are particularly interested in the "connecting spaces" between communities to ensure that our cities are safe, just, and welcoming for all. Eastside For All hosts forums for community learning about anti-racist practices, puts out regular calls to action for local change, and builds capacity for BIPOC-led efforts to emerge and grow.
Muslim Community and Neighborhood Association
MCNA, Muslim community and Neighborhood Association focus on empowering the American Muslim community with education, training, maintaining and sharing the culture from more 80 different languages within the Muslim community in Washington State.
Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority
The Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority (SCIDpda) is a community development organization whose mission is to preserve, promote, and develop the Seattle Chinatown International District (CID) as a vibrant community and unique ethnic neighborhood. Formed by the community in 1975, SCIDpda works to revitalize and preserve the neighborhood by providing services in three areas: affordable housing and commercial property management, real estate development, and community economic development and community engagement. We have over a 40-year success record of increasing neighborhood sustainability through innovative programs and projects that balance development and preservation.
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation provides educational, cultural and social services that reconnect Native American people in the Seattle Puget Sound region to their heritage and culture. United Indians is a social service provider, community center, and cultural home for urban Indians. It serves the following communities: Alaskan Natives, Native American, Native Hawaiian, Asian American and Pacific Islanders. We serve children, youth, adults and elders.
Vietnamese American Community of Seattle Snohomish-King Counties
Website: VACSSKC Facebook
VACSSKC is a non-profit organization organized for charitable purposes and supporting the Vietnamese American Community within Seattle Sno-King counties. Our mission is to preserve and promote the Vietnamese cultural and freedom heritage, focus on the general well-being of our community, and empower our community members and allies through civic engagement.
Community Artist (Not Administering Survey)
Matthew Echohawk-Hayashi, Headwater People
Matthew Echohawk-Hayashi is the principal organization development and leadership consultant for Headwater People and the Coalition’s community-based artist. The Headwater People’s vision is, “a sustainable and profitable professional community whose service is transformative, empathetic, and excellent; and where the lives of our partners, clients, neighbors, and environment are enriched by our presence.”