It is only together that we can make a difference. Here are a few of my favorite Northwest non-profits. I invite you to get to know each of them, read their stories and join in as their missions call to you. Plenty of opportunities to make a difference in our local communities and beyond.

Jolkona
“Jolkona” means “drop of water” in Bengali. Jolkona Foundation makes it easy for you to give directly to low-cost, high-impact philanthropic opportunities around the world. Being able to donate at all levels to amazing projects like providing schooling for a teen girl for a year to helping US business women get a chance to explore career options.
Check out Jolkona.

Pasados Safe Haven
A premiere animal rescue organizations in the United States, dedicated to 24-hour rescue and rehabilitation of dogs, cats and farm animals. Just northeast of Seattle, Washington, the sanctuary is home to hundreds of animals. Pasados takes on animal rights and volunteers to national animal needs.
Check out Pasados Safe Haven.

Friends of Youth - support Lyndit's favorite charities

Friends of Youth
Friends of Youth delivers a broad range of services to youth and their families to improve their emotional stability and self-sufficiency. Over 14 locations to serve local Washington Youth.
Check out Friends of Youth.

ARC of King County - Support Lyndit's favorite charities

ARC
Serving children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families in the Greater Puget Sound area.
Check out ARC.

Treehouse kids - support Lyndit's favorite charities

Treehouse
Located in Seattle, Treehouse has filled the gaps for kids in foster care since 1988. Programs offer kids in foster care what all children so desperately need: a safe place to dream.
Check out Treehouse.

Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue - Support Lyndit's favorite charities

Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue
Organization dedicated to placing unwanted purebred dogs into suitable homes. (I found my dog Dolly through this group).
Check out SPDR.

Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of Seattle/South King County works to build decent, affordable homes for families in need.
Check out Habitat for Humanity.

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PAWS
From adopting your next furry family member or looking for a wildlife center that can help an injured bird PAWS is a great organization that is a strong voice for animal rights.
Check out PAWS.