At Mother Africa, we build a network of services, resources, and partnerships with our community members to help everyone thrive. Our programs respond directly to community needs, and we do our best to meet every client and neighbor where they are.
Safari: building sustainable alliances for african refugees & immigrants
Direct support for community members in need plus connections to information and resources.
Connecting community members with information and referrals to educational institutions and training, plus in-house basic English and computer skills.
Meeting space at our Center for African Women, plus technical assistance and flexible funding for women to build social capital and meet key challenges.
Employment training, financial literacy workshops, Certified Nursing Assistant training sponsorships and driver training scholarships.
Ongoing programming to meet the needs of young people in our community and amplify their strengths and aspirations.
Educating existing/new voters and connecting the community with local cities, King County, and WA Stateofficials, and giving voice on local issues.
Supporting community members who experience gender-based violence and other crime, and providing advocacy and referrals to service providers.
Case management for emergency support and long-term stabilization, plus flexible funding to re-house families or help them avoid losing their home.
Health and Wellness
Hosting education forums on mental health, healthy eating and active living, and supporting the wellbeing of our community members.
Bringing community voices to the table on environmental issues in our region, plus trainings and engagement with environmental groups to diversify the conversation.