2016 Windermere Foundation Recipients
Every year, the Eastside Windermere Foundation, with representatives from each of the 12 Windermere Real Estate offices on the Eastside, comes together to select the grant recipients of the Eastside Windermere Foundation.
In 2016, we chose a record number of 19 organizations to receive grants created from the support of every Windermere Real Estate transaction from the Eastside. These grants will provide services and support for the community.
Below is a full list of the local organizations the Eastside Windermere Foundation was able to support this year.
Acres of Diamonds
This grant provides women and children transitional housing and support programs to rebuild lives from domestic abuse and/or substance abuse.
This grant goes to the Operation School Bell program that provides basic items of clothing to low-income students, grades K-12.
This grant provides affordable housing to homeless families with children as well as case management for setting financial and social goals.
This grant provides weekend meals to Bellevue School District students who are homeless and would otherwise go hungry.
This grant supports the Breaktime-Mealtime Program which provides 80,000 meals to children during school breaks.
This grant provides birthday celebrations for homeless youth, specifically through their Birthday-in-a-Box Program.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Bellevue
This grant supports Project Learn after school and summer camp programs at three low-income housing Clubhouses.
Congregation for the Homeless/Valley Renewal Center
This is a first-time grant recipient. This grant provides food, toiletries, clothing, blankets, etc. to homeless families.
This grant pays for food expenses for homeless and poverty-level students while they attend this alternative school.
Eastside Baby Corner
This grant provides essentials like diapers and formula to economically disadvantaged children from birth to 12 years.
This is a first-time grant recipient. This grant supports the Pantry Pack Program which provides lunches to poverty-level children in the 36 Lake Washington School District schools.
This is a first-time grant recipient. This grant will target under 18-year-olds in their Support Services Program that provides affordable housing and life skill case management in East King County.
Issaquah Community Services
This grant will provide emergency aid in the form of utility payments to low-income families in the Issaquah School District.
This grant provides developmental support, screening, and early intervention therapies to very young children of homeless families.
This grant supports the Hotel-Motel Voucher Program which provides emergency short-term stays in hotels and motels for victims of domestic violence.
This grant supports three Houses of Hope that house mothers and children from abuse and homelessness and helps them develop individual plans to bring changes to their lives.
Royal Family Kids Camp
This grant supports summer camp for abused, neglected, and abandoned foster children age seven to 11.
This grant supports the Little Wishes Program which allows foster care youth to participate in extracurricular arts, athletics, and other educational experiences.
Youth Eastside Services
This is a first-time grant recipient. This grant supports YES Lifeline, a service that provides free mental health counseling and substance abuse treatment to low-income East King County youth and families.
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