The Boys & Girls Clubs of King County enable young people to reach their full potential by emphasizing academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.

Jubilee Women’s Center Center supports women experiencing poverty by helping them to build stable and fulfilling futures, one extraordinary woman at a time.

Ballard NW Senior Center provides older adults and adults with disabilities with vital resources to help them thrive.

Path with Art harnesses the power of creative engagement to support people recovering from homelessness, addiction, and trauma, and in turn, builds community and stability.

Byrd Barr Place (formerly Centersone) supports Seattle residents who are getting on the path to self-sufficiency with food, rent, financial education, and energy assistance.

Seattle Central College offers short- and long-term certificates, associate and bachelor degrees. Students, faculty and staff have been vocal advocates for social change, both on campus and in broader movements.

Compass Housing Alliance builds and provides supportive affordable housing and emergency services to people who are homeless or low-income from Southcenter to Shoreline. Compass touches the lives of 10,000 people each year.

Public Works Seattle uses the methodology of the Public Works program of The Public Theater in NYC, conceived by Lear DeBessonet under the leadership of Artistic Director Oskar Eustis and Executive Director Patrick Willingham.


Public Works Seattle receives leadership support from:

The Norcliffe Foundation

Theatre Forward’s Advancing Strong Theatre Program, made possible with leadership gifts by James S. and Lynne P. Turley, Citi, The Schloss Family Foundation, Stephanie Scott, Bank of America, the Board of Directors of Theatre Forward, and other supporters

Additional program support is provided by:

Nesholm Family Foundation

Garneau-Nicon Family Foundation

Bank of America Charitable Foundation



Fales Foundation Trust

The Morgan Fund at Seattle Foundation