SafeFutures has empowered and advocated for youth from low-income communities and communities of color for 20 years.
News & Events
> To make a gift through the King County Employee Giving Program use code 9289.
> We send out 4 - 6 email updates a year. Subscribing to our email list is a great way to connect with our work and learn more. Sign up for SafeFutures updates below!
Join us June 6th, 2019 at 6pm for our annual open house!
> Every year, we open the doors of the Youth Center in West Seattle to community members interested in learning more about how to get involved. Our Executive Director, Sorya Svy will give a tour and talk about SafeFutures' history and our board will share more information about what it's like to serve on the board and other available opportunities. Learn more here.
We also host two community-focused fundraising events every year:
> Every spring, we host a Trivia Night & Fundraiser at Whiskey West. This is a great opportunity to have fun over good drinks and great food while supporting SafeFutures!
Join us on Tuesday, May 7th to support our work while having fun with amazing people. RSVP here or just drop in!
> SAVE THE DATE for our 3rd annual West Seattle Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, October 19th at The Youngstown Cultural Arts Center!
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Contact us if you'd like to contribute, volunteer, or donate to upcoming SafeFutures events.
WHO WE ARE
SafeFutures has served young people in Seattle and South King County for 20 years. We support low-income minority, refugee/immigrant youth and their families.
Our prevention and intervention programs and services reduce:
Involvement in the juvenile justice system