Our Impact

Data Philosophy

 

We strive to incorporate data in all our activities through surveys, interviews, and data dashboards. Our community-oriented data approach makes our work unique and keeps us accountable to White Center residents. 

Data gathered through community meetings, the community survey, and in partnership with organizations such as Highline Public Schools and King County shape current CDA initiatives in community building, neighborhood revitalization and early learning/K-12 family supports. 

 

ANNUAL REPORT

2018 Financial Report


General Expenses
Assets

Liabilities

Net Assets

Support & Expenses
Support & Revenue

Expenses

    Program
    Administrative
    Fundraising

Total Expenses
Change in Net Assets




(Unaudited) 2018
$344,4512

$49,045

$295, 406


$868,497



$768,368
$313,410
$85,477

$1,167,255
- $298,758

Summary

Our Contributors

Partners & Supporters

Amerigroup

Bedrock Technologies

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Cambodian Cultural Alliance of Washington ( CCAW)

Capitol Hill Housing

Cascade Biycycle Club

Child Care Resources

Children's Alliance

City of Seattle 

Coalition for Drug Free Youth 

CRCC

Delridge Neighborhood Development Association

Department of Social and Health Services

Dubsea Coffee

Educare

Equity in Education Coalition

Equity Matters

Evergreen Booster Club

FEEST Seattle

Futurewise

Habitat for Humanity

Highline College

Highline Public Schools

Highline Schools Foundation

King County

King County Best Start for Kids

King County Communities of Opportonities

King County Housing Authority

King County Library System

King County Parks

King County Waste Management

LICS/ HUD

Neighborhood House

Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

Open Doors for Multicultural Families

PHPDA
Partners in Employment

People's Institute Northwest

Policy's Link

Port Jobs

Pride Foundation

Public Health - Seatlle & King County

Puget Sound Educational Service District

Puget Sound Sage

Reconnect to Opportunity

Rotary Club of Burien/ White Center

Salvadorean Bakery & Restaurant

South Seatle College

Southwest Boys & Girls Club

Southwest Youth & Family Services

Technology Access Foundation (TAF)

The Seattle Foundation

Trusted Advocates

United Indians

United Way of King County

UTOPIA Seattle

Village of Hope

Washington State Office of the Attourney General

Westside Baby

White Center Chmaber of COmmerce

White Center Food Bank

White Center Jubilee Day

White Center Rotary

World Vision

YES! Foundation of White Center

YWCA

Downloadable

2020 Annual Report
 

PROGRAMS

 

CIVICS

2013 - 2017

White Center Demographic Trends

 

COO Work Summary

 

"Our Community partnerships and power are central. The work of three place-based partnerships is leading the direction of this initiative. What these communities test and build upon will be shared across King County."

- COO     

 

White Center

 

White Center is anchoring multi-cultural businesses and partnerships in the community to prevent displacement of residents. White Center Community Development Association surveyed the majority immigrant community about its priorities and shared the results with local organizations, schools, and businesses. They heard that housing and health matters: Habitat for Humanity is pursuing funding to support home improvements, and schools are now offering more culturally relevant food.

COO WORK

The vision of COO is possible when we are able to build relationships based on trust for the work of this community. We have partners that listen to what our community is saying and let that voice be the most critical part of their work here in White Center.

— Sili Savusa, Resident and Executive Director of WCCDA 
 

Community Stories

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Dao

Data & Evaluation Manager

 

To find out more about data and survey results, please contact us at (206) 694-1082.