World Relief Seattle

Nonprofit

Seattle, WA, US • https://www.worldreliefseattle.org/

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Mission

World Relief Seattle exists to see every refugee and immigrant welcomed by community, rooted in community, and empowered for community. We provide a supportive environment for newcomers of all backgrounds so that they can meet basic needs, exercise their resiliency, and form community in their first months and years of life in the United States. World Relief Seattle provides welcome services for refugees and asylees, adult and family English and literacy classes, entrepreneurship assistance, employment programs, an immigration legal clinic, a community garden, a summer academy for refugee children, and more! We work alongside the community to facilitate services that build stability, connection and opportunities to thrive.

Communities Served

Western Washington State

Service Range

Local/Regional

Founded

1946

EIN info

23-6393344

Total Revenue info

$59,514,622

Total Expenses info

$61,694,657

Net Assets info

$14,216,526

Sourced from IRS Form 990 (2019)
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World Relief Seattle is a registered 501c(3) charity in the U.S. Online donations made here will entirely benefit its work and is tax deductible within the guidance of U.S. law. You will recieve an email donation receipt as your official record for tax purposes. No proceeds go to Giving Compass.

Communities Served

Western Washington State

Service Range

Local/Regional

Founded

1946

EIN info

23-6393344

Total Revenue info

$59,514,622

Total Expenses info

$61,694,657

Net Assets info

$14,216,526

Sourced from IRS Form 990 (2019)

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