The American Red Cross – Islands & Mt. Baker Chapters
Provides relief to victims of disaster, helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. Provides training in CPR, first aid and babysitting.
Read how American Red Cross – Mt. Baker Chapter makes an impact here and here.
Boy Scouts of America Mt. Baker Council
Provides programs for youth which emphasize character development, leadership training, cooperation, personal fitness and experience with the out-of-doors.
Bread of Life Food Bank
Provides food to low income families in the Marblemount/Rockport area.
Brigid Collins Family Support Center
Provides case management, children’s sexual assault therapy and parenting education to treat and/or prevent child abuse and neglect.
Camp Fire Samish
An inclusive youth development program emphasizing personal life skills, ethical life styles, outdoor skills and leadership. Operates Camp Kirby for members and non-members.
Catholic Community Services WW-NW
Provides non-denominational counseling for children and families, specialized treatment for abused children, divorce classes, supervised visitation, ADHD education, and other family services.
Provides vocational training and job placement for individuals with disabilities.
Community Action of Skagit County
Umbrella agency of 25+ programs; provides emergency assistance and goal oriented interventions to reduce poverty impact. Programs include Emergency Shelter, Adult Literacy, WIC and more.
Read how Skagit County Community Action Agency makes an impact here.
Concrete Food Bank
Provides food to low-income families in the Concrete area.
Girl Scouts of Western Washington
Helps girls from age 5 to 17 build character and skills for success in the real world. Emphasizes strong values and promotes an understanding of self-worth.
Ideas for Living
A program that provides training and support to enhance basic life skills for people with limited resources. The goal is to increase self-sufficiency.
A support program for children who have suffered the loss of a friend or family member due to illness, injury, homicide or suicide.
Meals on Wheels
Delivers meals to elderly and disabled shut-ins throughout the county on a regular basis.
Mount Vernon Community Wellness Council
Provides resources for local programs serving youth and families that promote a safe and healthy community.
North Cascades Health Council
Promotes healthy, safe, substance-free and violence-free communities.
Northwest Youth Services
Serves youth and families across five counties providing services related to housing, counseling, foster care, and a restorative justice program for youth offenders.
A soup kitchen program that serves nutritious meals to the working poor and homeless the last five days of each month.
Retired Senior Volunteer Program (R.S.V.P)
Recruits senior volunteers (age 55 and over) and matches them in meaningful assignments with government and nonprofit agencies meeting local needs.
Sea Mar Community Health Centers
Provides health care and social services for low-income people and the uninsured with special emphasis on the Hispanic community.
Skagit Adult Day Program
Provides supervised care and social activities appropriate to individuals with memory loss or physical disabilities. Serves both participants and their caregivers who often need respite.
Skagit Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services
Provides emergency shelter and counseling for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Read how Skagit Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services makes an impact here.
Skagit Habitat for Humanity
Provides expertise, labor, materials and low interest loans to local low incomes families as they build and renovate homes for personal use and ownership.
Skagit Valley Family YMCA
Provides programs and activities for individuals and families. Facilities include a gymnasium, strength training room and a six-lane pool.
Read how The Y makes an impact here and here.
SPARC (Skagit Preschool and Resource Center)
Provides specialized programs for children with special needs (ages birth to six). Also provides family education and support.
Visiting Nurse Home Care
Provides home care for seniors and people with disabilities who want to stay at home, including non-medical in-home services such as housekeeping, transportation, meal preparation and personal care.
Volunteers of America
Provides services for the needy including emergency mental health, dispute resolution, community information/referral and family mentoring.
Provides foster care, parent support, truancy prevention, independent living skills training to high-risk youth and families. Also operates Emerson Alternative High School.
See how YouthNet makes an impact here.