Non-Profits in the Snoqualmie Valley


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Old Friends Club is a daytime program of supported social activities for older adults with cognitive challenges. Participants build friendships while enjoying activities in an environment that is comfortable for those with memory loss. They find ways to care for one another– connections that bring purpose and joy to life. Meanwhile, we offer family caregivers respite, support and education to promote their well-being and improve quality of life at home.

Oxbow is an organic vegetable farm and center for environmental education and restoration located on Highway 203 north of Carnation. In 15 years, we have grown from a half-acre plot to a 26-acre mixed vegetable farm feeding over 600 CSA members and selling food to 30+ local restaurants and retailers. We are USDA certified organic and believe that healthy food is a product of healthy ecosystems. We care not only for our crops but also for our soil, forest, and river.

In addition to the farm, Oxbow is home to an education center for kids, offering festivals, spring and fall field trip programming for schools, educational summer camps for kids of all ages, and a U-Pick October pumpkin patch.

The Oxbow Native Plant Nursery, in partnership with the University of Idaho Center for Forest Nursery and Seedling Research is a production, research and education facility producing plants native to western Washington for restoration and landscaping projects.

The farm offers volunteer opportunities for those interested in learning more about organic farming and gardening and environmental restoration work.

Please email us at volunteer@oxbow.org for information on how to get involved.

We are a group of people who just LOVE everything paranormal or unexplained. From ghosts to Bigfoot, it’s all fair game. We don’t take ourselves too seriously nor are we professional ghost hunters. We come together to share stories, conversation, and to explore the world of the unexplained. We plan on exploring cemetaries, haunted locations, go hunting for Sasquatch, go on ghost tours, or anything else that piques our curiosity.We started this group because of a lifelong fascination with things that go bump in the night. We want to meet others who share our love of the unknown and want to have fun with it! Note: I’ve added true crime and serial killers to the interests of this group. Criminal psychology is fascinating! Whacky roadside attractions and other weird locales would also be a lot of fun. Although I named this group Paranormal Buffs, my intent when creating it was to include just about anything strange or unusual. I didn’t want to call the group Wierd Buffs! Ha ha.

This Snoqualmie Tribe-sponsored clinic helps all community members with outpatient therapy through group and individual sessions and an emphasis on the Native American Medicine Wheel.

A family-oriented non-profit organization for the education and promotion of horsemanship and outdoor activities

We are an ATV and snowmobile search and rescue unit. We are all 100% volunteer and 100% funded by donations

Support group for clients and alumni striving to live a balanced technology lifestyle.

We are a nature inspired yoga studio located at Tree House Point. We come together and practice yoga amidst the cedars near the waters of the Raging River. We teach hatha yoga, vinyasa flow yoga, restorative yoga, and gentle/slow yoga to people of all ages and abilities. We encourage students to go inside themselves and get to know themselves on a deeper level.

REF is a non-profit, volunteer organization established in 1991 by local Community members to enhance the educational opportunities of the Riverview School District students. As a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, REF provides a way to direct tax-deductible donations intended to benefit local school enrichment. REF generates financial and community support for enriching the education of Riverview students. The Foundation receives and manages financial contributions for enriching education in the Riverview School District by hosting fundraising activities in the Community and oversees equitable distribution of financial donations through its Grants and Award Programs.

Service Above Self.

Non profit Organization founded in 1987, working for snoqualmie valley community benefits.

Non profit Organization founded in 1987, working for snoqualmie valley community benefits.

This group is for vegetarians, vegans and just veg-curious people who love to get outside and be active. This group is mainly focused on hiking the trails in the Snoqualmie Valley and the I-90 corridor. This group is open to all skill levels and the hikes vary from easy and short to long and grueling. It is all based on demand and suggestions. We can also use the trails for snowshoeing and trail running.

The Sno-Valley Senior Center has been serving Valley Seniors and their families since 1975. Sno-Valley Senior Center inspires, supports, and empowers seniors to lead healthy, enriched lives.

Sno-Valley Senior Center is in the heart of the beautiful Snoqualmie Valley. We are housed in the beautiful refurbished Odd Fellows Hall in the middle of the town of Carnation one half block behind City Hall.

We love to have visitors join us for lunch which is served Monday through Friday at 12:00 PM. If you’d like to bring a large group, please call 1-2 days in advance, so we’ll be sure to make enough. Please call (425) 333-4152

Our club’s mission is to help people in the Snoqualmie/Eastside area feel welcome and assist them in getting connected to the people, the area, local organizations, and resources that make the Snoqualmie Valley/Eastside so special. We strive to offer a variety of events designed to introduce you to new people and the area. If you would like to see an activity please feel free to let me know. We encourage your participation and ideas.

Snoqualmie Strings is a youth symphony program for school-aged kids playing strings instruments of violin, viola, cello or bass.

Through education and services, the Snoqualmie Valley Amateur Radio Club will enhance community emergency communications and promote amateur radio activities, thereby advancing the contribution of amateur radio in the Greater Snoqualmie Valley Area.”

Snoqualmie Valley Beekeepers is a non-profit organization in the Snoqualmie Valley, primarily serving the communities of North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, Carnation, Duvall, and the greater east side. Club membership is $20 per year for a family. Club meetings are open to the public.

The Snoqualmie Valley Community Network works locally to reduce youth substance abuse, to prevent teen suicide, to foster meaningful community connections with youth, and to coordinate civic engagement opportunities for youth & adults in the valley (such as the Be the Change Leadership event, Key Leaders Summit, the Healthy Community Coalition, & the Rise & Shine Volunteer Recognition breakfast). SVCN’s vision is a Snoqualmie Valley where ALL residents thrive!

Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank leads the effort to feed, educate and advocate ending hunger in the Snoqualmie Valley. We believe that everyone should have an opportunity to have access to healthy food. We rely on the support from our community and average 1,500 volunteer hours every month. There are many volunteer opportunities available during the week as well as for special events and projects. To learn more visit our website or stop in and say hello. We welcome you to be a part of our Community in Action!

The Snoqualmie Valley Girls

The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum, serving Fall City, Preston, Snoqualmie, North Bend, Cedar Falls and Snoqualmie Pass for nearly 50 years, came into being as the result of the initial work of one woman, Ada Snyder Hill. She came into the Valley in 1910 to teach school and early on began collecting the historic items that made up the exhibit she arranged for the 1939 celebration of the platting of North Bend. They were the nucleus for the present day collection that includes cherished artifacts and anecdotes from all corners of the Snoqualmie Valley.

The Snoqualmie Valley Has a long history of its churches working together to make the community, stronger, healthier, and unified.

Ministers of the Valley working together to serve the needs of the people of the Valley. Compassionately reaching the poor, hungry, and broken in the Valley. Providing emergency assistance through our portal.

The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum, serving Fall City, Preston, Snoqualmie, North Bend, Cedar Falls and Snoqualmie Pass for nearly 50 years, came into being as the result of the initial work of one woman, Ada Snyder Hill. She came into the Valley in 1910 to teach school and early on began collecting the historic items that made up the exhibit she arranged for the 1939 celebration of the platting of North Bend. They were the nucleus for the present day collection that includes cherished artifacts and anecdotes from all corners of the Snoqualmie Valley.

The first home for the artifacts was a room in the North Bend High School where Mrs. Hill was a teacher. There, for nearly the next decade, she continued to add items as they were donated and, without help, catalogued them, arranged the displays and took visitors on tours.

The collection has since grown and was moved to a larger building. It is presently housed at 320 Bendigo Blvd S in North Bend in the Gardiner Weeks Memorial Park. The collection includes the ledger from the Meadowbrook Hotel, William Taylor’s hat and gun, the Fall City Study Club scrapbooks and memorabilia; among many amazing photographs and artifacts. A visit will give you a unique prospective on the evolving Snoqualmie Valley history.

Snoqualmie Valley Riding Club (SVRC) was formed in 1947 to promote and encourage good sportsmanship in horseback riding and to advance the education of membership on the care, riding and training of horses. We are a family and community oriented club that offers shows, games, trail rides, parades, lessons, and clinics through out the season. Please check our Club Events page for more info on activities.

SVRC is a safe, scenic, and pleasant place to sight in and gain proficiency with hunting rifles, hunter or self-protection education, and enjoy the shooting sports in a convenient, natural setting. Our excellent Juniors Program promotes safety and marksmanships skills for young rifle shooters. Events such as Blackpowder are fun for all ages. SVRC is a private club that is accepting new members until further notice.

The Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation is a local nonprofit dedicated to raising community support for schools and to funding meaningful and essential education programs in the Snoqualmie Valley. By funding classroom grants, district initiatives, and professional development the Foundation has been assuring opportunity and encouraging excellence for every student in the Snoqualmie Valley since 1988.

We are currently welcoming members of the community interested in serving on our Board of Directors.

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