2019 Register Roundup Archive
January 2019: Everett Museum of History
The mission of the Everett Museum of History us to connect the community with its heritage. Our vision is to build a dynamic heritage museum for innovative, exploratory, and experiential opportunities for all ages and abilities.
February 2019: Bloodworks
Bloodworks Northwest is an independent, non-profit that provides lifesaving blood to more than 100 hospitals in the Pacific Northwest. In partnership with a community of donors, Bloodworks supports patients in need of blood for transfusions, surgeries, trauma care, and cancer treatments. Serving the Everett community, Bloodworks provides blood to Providence Everett Medical Center.
March 2019: The Hoff Foundation
The Hoff Foundation is an Everett-based nonprofit that seeks to improve the lives of women in our community. The foundation administers Esther's Place, which serves 1200+ women per month in a daily drop-in format, serving meals, providing toiletries and other consumables, providing advocacy through partnership with community service providers, counseling and mentorship.
April 2019: Washington Trails Association
Washington Trails Association mobilizes hikers and everyone who loves the outdoors to explore, steward and champion trails and public lands.
May 2019: Sibling House
Sibling House supports a large network of over 375 homes throughout Washington State who are dedicated to providing a safe haven for siblings to stay together, as a family, while in foster care.
At Sibling House, 84% of every dollar goes to providing care for the children. 8% goes to administrative expenses. 8% goes to fundraising. It is through the efforts of volunteers, and donations from businesses and members of the community that we attempt to provide for these children. Unconditional love is found in abundance at Sibling House.
June 2019: SAVE A MUTT
Save-A-Mutt is dedicated to creating awareness about the number of adoptable dogs in shelters and find every dog its forever home! In addition, we hold a firm belief that 'Puppies aren't Products' and hope to stop the sale of puppies and kittens in Washington State pet stores. All our dogs are in foster homes… we are always looking for Foster Homes. Donations pay for food, fostering supplies, medical costs. We are 100% volunteer.
JULY 2019: SHARING WHEELS COMMUNITY BIKE SHOP
At Sharing Wheels, we envision more people biking for recreation and transportation in a safe and effective network of roads and trails, providing health and financial benefits for the rider and community. Our mission is to equip people, regardless of means, with the motivation, skills, and equipment needed to improve their lives through bicycling.