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.
Programs by the Numbers - 2019
616 Play and Learn
616 parents/caregivers and their children participated in 475 hours of Play and Learn in Vietnamese, Spanish, Somali, English, and Lushootseed.
136 Coffee Hour
136 parents/caregivers attended monthly Coffee Hour at White Center Heights Elementary and Mt. View Elementary to learn and share ideas with school administrators.
68 Anti-racist Workshop Series
68 community members participated in our 7-week anti-racist training workshop series.
60 Family Support Partners (FSPs)
60 families supported at White Center Heights Elementary, Mt. View Elementary, and Cascade Middle School.
50 Native Learning Circles
50 native families participated in our monthly Native dinners.
31 White Center to White House (WCIIWH)
31 youths participated in our WCIIWH program to learn and engage in community change.
16 LGBTQIA Youth Internship
16 youths participated in our LGBTQIA program to share stories, celebrate their identities, practice self-care, and build community.
10 Family Education Council
10 parents came together monthly to discuss ways to better support families in navigating the school system to ensure every student in White Center succeeds.
700 duplicated community members participated in our annual signature events
300 families engaged in WCCDA activities
100 volunteers came out to help with community events & clean-up community