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How you can support these Washington state organizations that help Ukraine
REFUGEE RESPONSE, LUTHERAN COMMUNITY SERVICES NORTHWEST
Lutheran Community Services Northwest started in 1921 in Tacoma, and now “partners with individuals, families and communities for health, justice and hope” across Washington, Oregon and Idaho.
The organization’s Refugee Response program Refugee Response program asks for donations to assist families coming into the country, but also provides a list of items refugees and asylum seekers are often in need of and can be donated, such as bedding, clothing for cold weather, and diapers.
Lutheran Community Services Northwest has six Washington locations, with their main Tacoma office located at 3848 S. Junett Street, and can be contacted by calling 253-272-8433.
THE UKRAINE ASSOCIATION OF WASHINGTON STATE
The Ukraine Association of Washington State was founded in 1971 and “works to preserve Ukrainian heritage and is the link that unites our Ukrainian-American people. The Association is active in organizing the various cultural and artistic activities as well as patriotic gatherings,” according to the association’s website. The association asks for support in multiple ways, such as donations and volunteering, as well as partnerships and sponsorships. This Saturday, the association is also organizing a peaceful rally against the war in Ukraine, which will start at the Space Needle at 3:00 p.m., and include speakers from different national organizations and provide attendees with information about humanitarian aid. The Ukraine Association of Washington State can be contacted by phone at 206-412-8485 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WORLD RELIEF SEATTLE
World Relief Seattle was started in 1979 and works to welcome refugees into Western Washington communities. They offer services such as refugee and asylum seeker resettlement, education, children and youth support, immigration legal services, employment and economic services and more, with a mission to “be a sustainable and holistic center of compassion and practical support by offering a suite of services to meet community needs and build welcoming communities,” their website states.
World Relief Seattle has many ways you can help them and support their mission, such as donating online, engaging your church to work alongside the organization, volunteering, and donating goods such as household items, bicycles, your used car, or finding more items on their Amazon Wishlist Amazon Wishlist to meet the needs of those seeking help.
World Relief Seattle has two offices in King County and Whatcom County. The King County office is located at 23835 Pacific Hwy S, Suite 100 in Kent, WA, which can be contacted by calling 253-277-1121. The Whatcom County office is located at 1530 E. Bakerview Rd. Bellingham, WA 98225, which can be reached by calling 360-592-3136.
UKRAINIAN COMMUNITY CENTER OF WASHINGTON
The Ukrainian Community Center of Washington The Ukrainian Community Center of Washington was started in 1992 with the mission to “promote community empowerment, leadership essay editor development, self-reliance and health promotion for the greater refugee/immigrant community in the State of Washington,” according to the center’s website.
You can support the Ukrainian Community Center of Washington by donating online here.
The Ukrainian Community Center of Washington is located at 13470 Martin Luther King Jr Way S in Seattle and can be contacted by calling 425-430-8229.
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