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Pacific Science Center   RSVP Partner Organization
  Seattle, WA 98109
Pacific Science Center inspires a lifelong interest in science, math and technology by engaging diverse communities through interactive and innovative exhibits and programs. more

Page Ahead Children's Literacy Organization  
  Seattle, WA 98117
Vision: Page Ahead empowers disadvantaged children by advocating literacy and fostering a love of reading. Mission: Page Ahead promotes reading activities and provides new books for at-risk children to enrich their lives and strengthen our communities. The program builds upon one simple and astounding fact that being read to, as. . .
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Parent Trust for Washington Children  
  Seattle, WA 98144
Parent Trust for Washington Mission Statement: Parent Trust for Washington Children creates lasting change and hope for the future by promoting safe, healthy families and communities. Parent Trust for Washington Children accomplishes this mission by: * Decreasing isolation * Increasing knowledge of healthy. . .
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Parkview Services   NUHSA
  Shoreline, WA 98133
The mission of Parkview Services is to create inclusive and innovative housing solutions to promote stability, opportunity and community with quality housing services to people with developmental and ADA disabilities and their families by dedicated individuals in a financially sound organization. more

Parkwood Elementary School  
  Shoreline, WA 98133
Parkwood Elementary, part of the Shoreline School District, is a public elementary serving approximately 400 kindergarten through sixth grade students. Located just north of Seattle, Parkwood is committed to working in partnership with students, staff, families and the community to provide a quality education that promotes creativity and lifelong. . .
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Pawsitive Works  
  Bonners Ferry, ID 83805
Continuing to serve KING COUNTY - Fall, 2013 OUR MISSION We help at-risk youth develop the skills they need to become more caring, responsible and empathetic members of their community. We do this by partnering youth with shelter dogs through our innovative canine-assisted intervention programs. The. . .
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Peace For The Streets By Kids From The Streets  
  Seattle, WA 98122
Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets (PSKS) supports homeless and at-risk youth and young adults to empower themselves and lead positive and self-sufficient lives. more

Petite Academy   NUHSA
  Shoreline, WA 98133
Our mission is to provide high quality care for children in a clean updated environment. more

Phinney Neighborhood Association  
  Seattle, WA 98117
The mission of the Phinney Neighborhood Association is to build community by providing programs, services, and activities aimed at connecting neighbors and fostering civic involvement in our diverse community. more

Photo Center NW  
  Seattle, WA 98122
The mission of the Photo Center NW is to advance the study, practice, and appreciation of fine art and documentary photography through education, exhibitions, and public programs that convey our passion for photography. more

Pike Market Child Care and Preschool  
  Seattle, WA 98101
The Pike Market Child Care and Preschool is a model early childhood program, dedicated to providing access to quality early care and education to all families - regardless of income. We work to end poverty and racism in both our educational and community work by providing outstanding. . .
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Pike Market Senior Center & Food Bank  
  Seattle, WA 98101
The Pike Market Senior Center provides services to address the needs of older, low income people that are a result of physical disability, social isolation, inadequate nutrition, and lack of opportunity to engage in meaningful activity or to learn new skills. more

The Pike Place Market Foundation  
  Seattle, WA 98101
The Market Foundation supports the Pike Place Market's social service agencies that serve the low-income members of the community by raising funds and awareness for these service providers: Pike Market Medical Clinic, Pike Market Senior Center, Pike Market Child Care & Preschool and the Downtown Food Bank. We seek to. . .
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Plymouth Healing Communities  
  Seattle, WA 98101
By offering a small, neighborhood-scale shelter and companionship to individuals who are recovering from an acute episode of mental illness, Plymouth Healing Communities breaks the cycle of hospitalization and homelessness and provides a positive alternative to living on the street. more

Plymouth Housing Group  
  Seattle, WA 98121
Plymouth Housing Group works to eliminate homelessness and stabilize very low-income people in housing by preserving, developing and operating safe, decent, affordable housing, and by providing opportunities for homeless and very low-income people to improve their lives. more

Polish Festival Seattle/Polish Foundation  
  Seattle, WA 98109
To celebrate Polish cultural traditions and contemporary achievements with audiences of the Pacific Northwest more

P-Patch Community Gardening Program  
  Seattle, WA 98124-4649
The P-Patch Program provides community gardens, gardening space and related support to Seattle residents so that: The ties between each community and its P-Patch grow, Self-reliance increases, The fertility of our soil increases, Neighborhood open space expands, and Community gardens sprout in under-served neighborhoods. We also run programs related. . .
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Primm ABC Child Care Center  
  Seattle, WA 98118
Our mission and purpose is to provide comprehensive child care service for children and to connect with their families. The curriculum is child-oriented and age appropriate. The 5 areas of development that we promote are 1) cognitive skills, 2) social/emotional skills, 3) physical skills, 4) communication skills and. . .
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Pro Bono Services Department  
  Seattle, WA 98108
The mission of Pro Bono Services is to promote social justice by ensuring equal and non-discriminatory access to our services for all individuals. We provide volunteer-based, client-focused legal services to primarily low-income residents of King County who would not otherwise receive legal assistance. more

Program for Early Parent Support (PEPS)   RSVP Partner Organization
  Seattle, WA 98103-6900
PEPS' mission is to provide community-based programs that enable parents of infants and young children to meet the challenges of parenting through mutual support and shared information. more


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