Seattle JazzED provides exceptional jazz education and performance opportunities to Seattle area youth, regardless of their prior music instruction or ability to pay.
A Satterberg Foundation Capacity Building Grant funded curriculum evaluation and planning for JazzED.
The mission of Seattle Housing and Resource Effort (SHARE) is to shelter themselves in a safe, communal, self-managed environment; and, with the larger community's support, to empower one another to secure a better future and work toward ending homelessness.
The San Diego Food Bank provides food to people in need, advocates for the hungry and educates the public about hunger issues.
San Diego-based Rolling Readers inspires children, with less opportunity, to love reading through read-aloud volunteers and new book ownership. By instilling excitement about books and a love of reading, Rolling Readers creates the foundation for early literacy.
Vida Verde Nature Education is a non-profit organization that promotes educational equity by providing free, overnight, environmental learning experiences for students who don't otherwise get the opportunity.
The mission of Center for Environmental Law & Policy (CELP) is to protect and restore the freshwater resources, that is, the rivers and drinking water aquifers, of Washington State.
The Somali Family Service (SFS) used Satterberg Foundation funds to strengthen its operational capacity by educating its development manager, developing a fundraising plan, holding a board retreat and developing a new website.
Sustainable Community Gardens (SCG) employed the services of Essex and Drake Funding Council in San Jose, California, which helped the SCG Board grow in its knowledge of fund raising practices and principals.
Friends of the Cedar River Watershed (FCRW) is a grassroots organization that engages volunteers in habitat restoration and environmental education activities that support the health of the watershed, and builds colaborative relationships within the regional conservation community.
A Reason to Survive (ARTS) is dedicated to healing, inspiring and empowering children facing life challenges by providing innovative arts-based programs, education and job opportunities. Using the arts as a vehicle, trained and dedicated volunteers will provide a supportive atmosphere fostering healing and hope.
The Puget Sound Explorers (PSE) programs address the lack of opportunities by youth to directly experience the maritime world of Puget Sound and Admiralty Inlet.
As one 2008 camper said: "Thank you for choosen me as one of the people to go to camp it was such a good opportunity to just be in the wilderness w/ no electronics and learn more about camp.
Friendly Horse Acres
$20,000 (Invitational Grant for capital needs November 2007)
Friendly Horse Acres, bringing together horses and humans healing each other physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
The Jefferson Teen Center (Jefferson County, Washington: Invitational Grant of $2,000, granted 7/07) provides drop-in preventive services and recreational opportunities to the youth.
Helping Link: Seattle, Washington: Capacity Building Award of $3,000, awarded 4/07
Mission: “To empower Vietnamese American’s self-sufficiency, family stability, and social adjustment while nurturing community and youth leaders”
Dogs are man's best friend and sometimes a bridge to independence. People with disabilities often experience a great deal of functional and social limitation. It can be difficult to imagine being unable to perform daily tasks that most of us take for granted, such as picking up a dropped item, opening the refrigerator door or hearing the alarm clock. For many in our community this is a reality.
After a three day retreat in Ashford, Washington, The Northwest Natural Resource Group (NNRG) is ready to implement their five year strategic plan. The retreat allowed the board members to focus on education, fundraising and developing their partnership with the Nisqually Land Trust.
Fostering concern for our environment Pacific Marine Research (PMR) and children from the Swinomish and Tulalip tribes teamed up for an environmental education fieldtrip on Puget Sound, made possible by a grant from the Satterberg Foundation.