Goodman Foundation Beneficiaries
American Red Cross
American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers,
provides relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare
for, and respond to emergencies.
The Goodman Foundation provided $100,000 in matching funds toward the
Hurricane Katrina relief efforts and encouraged other donors to support
relief efforts in the Gulf Region. The result was over $1 million to American Red Cross.
Still, an unprecedented number of children and families are suffering
and homeless due to the Hurricane Katrina disaster. Please consider
donating to the American Red Cross, which continues to supply hundreds
of thousands of survivors with critical necessities in the Gulf Region,
and other areas of the country affected by disaster.
Big Brother Big Sisters of
King and Pierce Counties
Big Brothers Big Sisters of King & Pierce Counties (BBBSKPC) partners
with actively involved community members to match caring adults with
children, both of whom benefit from our one-to-one mentoring programs.
The Goodman Foundation provided matching funds at their 40th
Annual Dinner and Auction Gala to encourage other donors to support
Bishop Blanchet High School
High School was established by the Archdiocese of Seattle to provide
Catholic education for high school students. Blanchet’s goals are to:
Provide an excellent academic education with attention to the
development of the whole person
Develop Christian leadership for the Church and for society
Uphold the dignity and freedoms of all peoples
Promote personal responsibilities and active service to the wider
Support the family, church and society in the education of youth
The Goodman Foundation made a grant towards development of
educational programs at this Seattle institution.
Boys & Girls Club of King
and Girls Club of King County’s mission is to inspire and enable all
young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to
realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring
citizens. With 12 full-service clubs, and 28 before- and after-school
program sites, the organization is one of the largest of its kind in the
nation, serving 18,000+ members annually.
The Goodman Foundation provided matching funds at the 30th
annual KidsAuction to encourage other donors to support the Boys and
Girls Clubs’ good work.
• The Goodman Foundation provided another grant to match funds
raised by the kids at Boys & Girls Clubs of King County. This money will
be used to rebuild Boys & Girls Clubs in the Gulf Region following the
devastating 2005 hurricanes.
Children's Hospital and
Regional Medical Center, Seattle
Children's Hospital is the premier pediatric referral center for the
Pacific Northwest and is recognized as one of the top children's
hospitals in the nation. The caring staff and physicians at Children’s
believe that all children have unique needs and should grow up without
illness or injury.
The Goodman Foundation provided matching funds to Children's
Hospital Guild Association at the Season of Light Auction to encourage
other donors to support their efforts in the Pacific Northwest.
Magnolia Baseball Club
The Magnolia Baseball Club (MBC) was founded by Seattle Mariner’s
pitcher Jamie Moyer and his wife Karen. The goal of the Magnolia
Baseball club is to develop young men using the game of baseball as a
tool for preparation in the areas of teamwork and life. The commitment
from the coaches, players and parents to the team they are involved with
is much more than just playing a baseball game. Respect, loyalty,
ethics, sportsmanship, and commitment make up the Magnolia Baseball
The Goodman Foundation made a grant to sponsor the
Magnolia Baseball club in their efforts to bring baseball back to this
Santa Clara de Asis Catholic Church
The Goodman Foundation provided a grant for the
continued upkeep, services and educational programs at this parish in
The Moyer Foundation
The Moyer Foundation offers encouragement, comfort and support to
children and families enduring a time of profound emotional, physical or
financial distress and provides opportunities for enhancing overall
wellness, stability and quality of life.
The Goodman Foundation provided a grant toward the “NASCAR
Dream” for the foundation’s first Dream Catchers event. A simultaneous,
three city event, the Dream Catchers auction provided once in a lifetime
experiences that cannot be found or purchased anywhere. The proceeds
from the event are being used to fund bereavement camps for grieving