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Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue

The impact felt from COVID-19 on our youth is profound. From reduced peer and leader interactions, limited extra-curricular and socialization opportunities to changes in a parent or caretaker’s health, employment status, or housing situation, their lives have been reshaped forever. With financial setbacks continuing to be felt by our community, we project the number of youth who will qualify for need-based scholarships to double by next year. 

As young people seek some sense of normalcy, Club services are needed now more than ever. Bellevue School District reported 100% of students returning to classrooms were exhibiting feelings of disengagement. By providing targeted programs focused on restoring confidence in connecting with others, feeling optimistic and safe, and learning to cope with new adversities, we are ensuring the next generation of Bellevue leaders gets back on track to their great futures. 

For Alumni GIVE 2022 join the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue's community in raising critical funds for the life-changing work our Clubs do, day in and day out. Ensuring all youth have access to quality programs and safe spaces. Thank you for making a difference in the lives of thousands of youth people across the city. 

Bridger Ski Foundation

This season, more than ever, kids need to find healthy activities like skiing and snowboarding to do outside. The Bridger Ski Foundation has been offering these services at an extremely subsidized rate since 1936, Help us ensure that all kids have access to winter sports.

Burke Museum Association

With working labs you can see into, one-of-a-kind objects all around you, and galleries filled with curiosity and conversation, at the Burke, you see—and feel—a world alive.

Located on the University of Washington campus, the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture has long been a beloved part of the city’s cultural landscape, attracting thousands of visitors each year. Collections housed by the Burke—which include more than 18 million objects in multiple disciplines of zoology, geology and anthropology—help sustain cultural traditions, enable groundbreaking scientific research, and advance conversations that matter to us all. Students, teachers, researchers, artists, and community members draw on the collections to build knowledge of our world and address challenges facing communities in the Pacific Northwest and around the globe.

In its new home (opened in 2019), the museum’s “Inside-Out” design—where galleries are integrated with visible collections, an artist workshop, labs, offices, and hands-on learning spaces—offers unrivaled access to collections as well as the research and artistry that animates them. The Burke’s new building allows visitors to experience the museum in dynamic ways and ensures that, with philanthropic support, we can continue to meet our mission of caring for and sharing natural and cultural collections so all people can learn, be inspired, generate knowledge, feel joy, and heal for decades to come.


Chabad Jewish Russian Center is an outreach organization the provides help to Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union

California Jazz Conservatory

The California Jazz Conservatory educates future generations to sustain the African American art form, jazz. Positioned as the only independent, accredited music conservatory in the country devoted solely to the study and performance of jazz and jazz-influenced styles of music from throughout the world, the California Jazz Conservatory provides a dynamic community of students, artists, educators, scholars and audiences with a forum to study, perform, teach, research and appreciate jazz. Comprising two distinct education programs, the California Jazz Conservatory (CJC), a postsecondary degree-granting program, and the Jazzschool at CJC Community Music School (Jazzschool), a non-degree-granting community education program, the institution honors the contributions of past masters and promotes artistic innovation, bringing together a diverse music community to develop practical skills, acquire artistic sensibility, realize creative potential and find artistic voice.

Camp Korey

Camp Korey provides free, life-enhancing camp programs for children (ages 7-17) with serious medical conditions. We also provide supportive services for families, including siblings, parents, and legal guardians.

Canine Companions for Independence

This Giving Tuesday, please support Canine Companions for Independence's mission to enhance the lives of children, adults and veterans with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs at no charge to the recipient. Thanks to the generosity of CareCredit, the Sproule Family and an anonymous donor, your gift to Canine Companions will be matched dollar for dollar up to $150,000!

Cascade Austin Healey Club

Whether it's a tour of a Seniors Center where residents get to reminisce and tell us stories from their youth or introducing young children to their first experience with a British roadster, we help people smile and make lasting memories. The Cascade Austin Healey Club has been established for the appreciation, promotion, preservation and enjoyment of the automobiles designed, built and/or significantly modified by Donald M. Healey. Through Club activities members share the beauty, history, and tradition of our cars with the public for their enjoyment.

Cascade Bicycle Club

Cascade is partnering with the Seattle Pedaling Relief project to fight hunger and reduce carbon emissions in our community by delivering food to neighbors and local food pantries via bikes.

Chief Seattle Council, Boy Scouts of America

Child Care Resources

Child Care Resources improves all children’s access to high quality early learning experiences by engaging with families, caregivers, and communities. Embedded in Child Care Resources’ daily work is identifying and addressing racism so that all children thrive in their early learning environments.