Based in Thurston County, The Hawk Foundation for Research and Education in African Culture “dedicates itself to the promotion of … [ ]
What if we told you that Mammoths roamed Washington 16,000 years ago? What if we told you that you and your family could see it for yourself? The Wenas Mammoth Foundation (WMF) prides themselves on doing just that. ... [ ]
Out-of-School Time program staff are partnering with parents in new ways during this pandemic. With in-person programming mostly closed down, kids are connecting with youth programs virtually from their living rooms and kitchens. And staff are getting creative. For Rebecca Brito, Recreation Leader at Northgate Elementary with Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) -- a ... [ ]
Boys and Girls Club of Chehalis gives youth of essential works a place to learn and thrive during Covid
Child care has always been an essential service but COVID-19 has brought to light how much families rely on these programs, especially low income families. During this pandemic child care programs have stepped up to offer free child ... [ ]
Empowering Youth & Families Outreach (EYFO) offers youth a range of before- and after-school activities and summer programs in an engaging and supportive environment that empowers students to advocate for themselves. Founded in the early 2000s in Southeast ... [ ]
Geeking Out Kids of Color (GOKiC) inspires kids to tap into their curiosity, unleash their creativity, and build their confidence through innovative and hands-on computer science, programming, and robotics projects. Founded in 2016 by a diverse group of ... [ ]
Arts Corps is a nationally recognized leader in youth arts education that strives to ignite creativity, inspiring young people to believe in their capacity to learn, take risks, persist and achieve. By integrating arts into K-12 classrooms, out-of-school ... [ ]
Living Well Kent (LKW) is a community-driven collaborative dedicated to the vision of public spaces and initiatives that encourage healthier lifestyles and better living. In its work to create a healthier, more equitable, and more sustainable community for ... [ ]
Summer Garden Camp weaves reading and math into hands-on gardening fun for elementary school students in the Methow Valley. Launched in summer 2019, this camp for elementary school students weaves reading and math instruction into hands-on lessons about ... [ ]
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Elevate Washington was created to support School’s Out Washington and its partners as they strive to shape systems and create opportunities that make expanded learning opportunities available to all of Washington’s youth—especially those furthest away from educational justice.
For three decades, School’s Out Washington has been working towards a Washington where all young people have opportunities to thrive and reach their full potential, regardless of race or income. We support youth-serving professionals and programs, helping them provide high-quality services that give youth opportunities they deserve to succeed.