SFYC COVID-19 Update
All Programs and Services are Operational • Center-based Programs are Accessible Online • Center Meetings Only by Appointment with Strict Social Distancing Guidelines • For more info, contact SafeFutures@sfyc.net
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 2019-2020 ANNUAL REPORT 

"The pandemic has made it clear how important SafeFutures' work is in our community and I am inspired to continue to deepen our commitment to ensure our youth maximize their potential. I welcome ongoing discussions, suggestions, and feedback from all. Thank you! Please stay safe!" 

Sorya Svy, Executive Director




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News & Events

To celebrate the City of Burien becoming a member of the Welcoming America Network and to demonstrate the City of Burien’s commitment to being a welcoming city for immigrants and refugees, the City in partnership with Discover Burien held the inaugural Welcoming Burien event on Saturday, September 18, 2021.

This event coincided with Welcoming America’s Welcome Week, which was celebrated across the country.

Welcome Week elevates a spirit of unity and shows the successful multi-racial democracy we can be if everyone truly belongs in the places they call home, including immigrants.


SafeFutures is proud to be a partner in these efforts. We attended the event and look forward to continued partnership with the city in making Burien a welcoming community for immigrants and refugees. Pictured above, SafeFutures' Program Manager, Clyde Weems and Burien Mayor, Jimmy Matta.


Each year the board at SafeFutures gears up to celebrate another year of community service with you at our fall breakfast. With all that has happened this year, many of us have been left questioning - What does community mean? What does service look like? We have a few thoughts. Read more here.

If you'd like to stay connected, we send out 4-6 email updates a year. Subscribing for our email updates is a great way to learn more about our work. Sign up for SafeFutures updates below!
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.