Community Partners

DH&G partners with the following organization to improve our communities.  We invite you to learn more about what they do and support their efforts, as well.

The mission of Share is to lead the hungry and homeless to self-sufficiency by providing food, shelter, housing, education and compassion through the strength of our community.

Educational Opportunities for Children & Families (EOCF) was formed as a Community Action Agency to fight the War on Poverty.  From over 40 years of steady growth and expansion, EOCF now provides services to more than 2,000 low-income children and families in four SW Washington counties each year.

Community Action provides vital human services to low-income individuals, families and those in need.

Academic Link Outreach provides systems and strategies to help support the academic needs of children, grades 6-12, outside the school day.  Our vision is that all students in grades 6-12 will see education as their ticket to a sustainable future, the “America Dream”, achieve academic success, graduate from high school, and be prepared for college or the workforce.

The Casino Road Stakeholder group is a grassroots volunteer organization with the goal of highlighting the positive things that are happening in the community. From community fairs and trash clean up days, to after school clubs and tax preparedness classes, the group aims to better inform the community not just about the social and health services available but also to provide an easy way to get involved and make a difference in our own backyard.

Start Out Right is an annual back to school event providing backpacks filled with school supplies to children in need.

Solid Ground is dedicated to achieving a just and caring community, free from poverty, prejudice and neglect.

The YWCA opens doors to opportunity and self-sufficiency for women and families facing poverty, violence and discrimination. With more than 100 years experience, the YWCA is the leading organization for moving women and families out of crisis and empowering them to achieve lasting independence.

Favor's main goal is to show compassion and concern for of men, women and children in need of assistance by providing case management, resources, referrals and the information needed to rise above poverty and homelessness.

For more than 133 years, the YMCA of Greater Seattle has provided safe and caring environments, positive role models, creative activities and opportunities to serve the needs of others. These are the essential building blocks for strong kids, strong families and strong communities.