The Goodman Foundation
The Goodman Foundation Funds Organizations That Support Children and Their Families

 
Goodman Foundation Beneficiaries

Ballard Boys & Girls Club

The Ballard Boys & Girls Club exists to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. Their goal is to provide boys and girls with a sense of competence, a sense of usefulness, and sense of belonging, and a sense of power of influence.

The Goodman Foundation provided a general grant to benefit the Ballard Boys & Girls Club and their great efforts.


Big Brothers Big Sisters of King County

Big Brothers Big Sisters partners with actively involved community members to match caring adults with children, both of whom benefit from our one-to-one mentoring programs. National research has shown that the positive relationships between youth and their Big Brothers and Big Sisters have a direct and measurable impact on children's lives. Little Brothers and Sisters are more confident in their schoolwork performance, get along better with their families, and are less likely to begin using drugs or alcohol or skip school.

The Goodman Foundation provided a general grant to support the work of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of King County.


Bishop Blanchet High School

Blanchet 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 community
  • Support the family, church and society in the education of youth
The Goodman Foundation provided a grant for renovations of the Bishop Blanchet sports field.

The Goodman Foundation provided another grant for band uniforms as well as financial assistance for Hispanic students attending either Bishop Blanchet or Cristo Rey High School.

The Goodman Foundation provided another grant supporting Bishop Blanchet's annual fund which helps to provide tuition assistance to families with children attending Bishop Blanchet.


Boys & Girls Clubs of King County

The Boys and Girls Clubs 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 a general grant to benefit their Help Kids program.

The Goodman Foundation provided another grant to the KidsAuction: Treasure Island Event held in support of the Boys & Girls Clubs of King County.


Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland develops the community's youth into positive contributors to society. Their mission is to provide programs and services that are tailored to the needs of today's youth and supplementary to the endeavors of families, schools, and other community-based organizations.


The Goodman Foundation provided a grant benefiting a Boys & Girls Clubs sponsored event, the annual Eric Chavez ~ Mark Kotsay Bowling Bash.


Carroll Shelby Children's Foundation

Legendary racer and automotive manufacturer Carroll Shelby, following years of heart-related difficulties, which culminated in a successful heart transplant, created the Carroll Shelby Children's Foundation in October 1991. The organization is dedicated to providing assistance for acute coronary and kidney care for young people who share many of the same afflictions. CSCF provides grants to organizations conducting research in the fields of coronary and organ transplant management.

The Goodman Foundation provided a general grant benefiting the CSCF.


Children's Hospital & 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 a grant to the SOVREN Guild to Children's Hospital Guild, for the Children's Checkered Flag Club Champions event. This grant was designated to the Phillip Smart, Sr. Endowment which provides coverage for uncompensated care for patients of Children's Hospital.

The Goodman Foundation provided another grant to the Children's Hospital Foundation that was also designated to the Phillip Smart, Sr. Endowment.

The Goodman Foundation provided a grant to the Kirkland Concours d'Elegance of which all funds received went to directly benefit Children's Hospital and Evergreen Healthcare.

The Goodman Foundation provided another grant to support the annual Season of Light Auction's Festival of Trees event.


Children's Therapy Center of Kent

Children's Therapy Center is a non-profit organization that treats as many as 400 children each month. The CTC team is made up of speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, teachers, and other professional who serve children possessing a wide variety of disabling conditions including Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Down Syndrome, Cancer, Muscular Dystrophy, Blindness, Deafness, Autism, and developmental delays.

The Goodman Foundation provided a general grant to help benefit the efforts of CTC.


Evergreen Healthcare

Evergreen Hospital Medical Center is the cornerstone of Evergreen Healthcare services that also include primary care, home care, and hospice and many other services. Since opening their doors in 1972, the patient and family-centered philosophy, combined with commitment to advancing medical technologies, has enabled them to provide exceptional care.

The Goodman Foundation provided a grant to the Kirkland Concours d'Elegance of which all funds received went to directly benefit Evergreen Healthcare and Children's Hospital.


First Presbyterian Church School

The Goodman Foundation provided matching sponsor funds for First Presbyterian Church School's annual auction.

Fulcrum Foundation

The Fulcrum Foundation provides financial assistance to promote and support Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Seattle, primarily through tuition assistance, assistance to schools in need, and assistance for initiatives that promote academic excellence and faith formation.

The Goodman Foundation provided a grant to the Fulcrum Foundation's Embracing Our Legacy - Endowing the Future of Catholic Schools campaign.


Hawthorne High School

Hawthorne High School is committed to developing each student's intellectual, cultural, moral, and emotional character to its greatest potential by providing a learning environment that is safe, orderly, supportive and effective. Students are encouraged to commit themselves to academic achievement, the pursuit of excellence, and the highest ethical standards of their families, communities and the nation. Students are also encouraged to accept responsibility for their own lives, their actions, and the impact they have on changing society as they continue their lifelong process of learning. The administration, faculty and staff of Hawthorne High School are committed to shared decision making with the community to maintain the existing educational environment and achieve their mission.

The Goodman Foundation provided a grant to support the Hawthorne High School's Robotics Class Metalcrafters Team.


Holy Family School

Holy Family Catholic School is a community whose mission is to develop students who will know their self-worth and learn to give and receive respect and love as they grow in enthusiasm for knowledge of many kinds.

The Goodman Foundation provided a general grant to support the Holy Family School.


Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Northwest

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Northwest provides a focused effort on funding research to find a cure for diabetes and its complications. JDRF is the world's leading voluntary health agency funding diabetes research.

The Goodman Foundation provided a grant to JDRF benefiting the annual South Sound Walk to Cure Diabetes.


The Moyer Foundation

The Moyer Foundation identifies non-profit organizations committed to helping children in physical, emotional or financial distress, and enhances those efforts through the collective support of a giving community. Grants from The Moyer Foundation provide organizations with resources to expand programs, purchase supplies, and enable children to receive much needed services and support. The Moyer Foundation raises funds for grants and key initiatives through many special events, corporate partnerships and individual donations.

The Goodman Foundation provided a general grant to help support the work of The Moyer Foundation.


National Philanthropic Trust

The National Philanthropic Trust partners with a national special event group that has managed walks to find a cure for breast cancer in most major cities in the country in partnership with the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. NPT manages the events and directs up to 15 percent of the net proceeds to establish the NPT Breast Cancer Fund, which will provide long-term support for breast cancer initiatives. As the primary beneficiary, The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation will receive 85 percent of the net proceeds to support breast cancer research, education, screening, and treatment programs. To date, these charity-driven events have raised more than $25 million to fund critical breast cancer research, education and community outreach programs.

The Goodman Foundation provided a general grant to support to the National Philanthropic Trust.


Northwest Children's Fund

Northwest Children's Fund is a public foundation that funds human service agencies devoted to ending the cycle of child abuse and neglect. NWCF supports agencies that focus on prevention and early intervention programs - those that attempt to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect and address the growing problems of poverty, homelessness, teen pregnancy and illiteracy.

The Goodman Foundation provided a general grant to support the Northwest Children's Fund.


Northwest Kidney Centers

Northwest Kidney Centers is a community owned resource, providing outpatient dialysis services to over 1200 patients throughout the community. Their mission is to promote optimal health, quality of life, and independence for people with kidney disease, through patient care, education, and research.

The Goodman Foundation provided a grant benefiting the NKC sponsored event Breakfast of Hope.


Our Lady of Fatima Parish School

Our Lady of Fatima Parish School is a parochial elementary school established to support the mission of Our Lady of Fatima Parish and the Catholic Church Universal.

The Goodman Foundation provided a general grant to support the Our Lady of Fatima Parish School.


Patrons of Cystic Fibrosis

Patrons of Cystic Fibrosis is the guild which hosts the fundraising events to benefit the work of The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The mission of The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is to find therapies and ultimately a cure for cystic fibrosis, and in addition, to improve the lives of those with the disease.

The Goodman Foundation provided a grant benefiting the annual Breath of Life Gala & Auction held by Patrons of Cystic Fibrosis.

The Goodman Foundation provided another grant in general support of the Patrons of Cystic Fibrosis' work.


Progressive Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)

A Northwest leader in protecting animals since 1967, the Progressive Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) shelters homeless animals, rehabilitates injured and orphaned wildlife, and empowers people to demonstrate compassion and respect for animals in their daily lives. PAWS advocates for animals through education, legislation and direct care.

The Goodman Foundation provided a general grant to support PAWS' good work.


Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral

In January of 1999, Saint Mark's teamed with the Noel House Program. The Noel House Program is a network of emergency shelters for homeless women. They provide a warm and safe place for women to sleep and receive a meal.

The Goodman Foundation provided a grant to Saint Mark's for the Noel House Program.


San Diego Fleet Week Foundation

The mission of the San Diego Fleet Week Foundation is to properly pay tribute and thank San Diego's military service men and women for "Serving America Twice" in the defense of our nation and as volunteers in improving the quality of our communities. Their vision is to provide for increased awards, events and attractions for our enlisted community at zero to minimal cost; and to create and conduct highly visible events to raise the consciousness of our citizenry to the importance of our neighbors in uniform.

The Goodman Foundation provided a general grant to support the efforts of the San Diego Fleet Week Foundation.


Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults

The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults provides programming which addresses areas of cancer support, advocacy, and education specific to young adults dealing with cancer. The first and only support service of its kind, their Comprehensive Support Program for Young Adults Affected by Cancer (CSP) offers a support network that addresses the unique needs of this population, including support and networking groups, college scholarships, and education and prevention curriculums.

The Goodman Foundation provided a general grant to help support the work of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.


Washington Wine Country

Formed in 2003, Washington Wine Country is the project of a non-profit association of Eastern Washington businesses. The association is dedicated to building local pride and recognition of the world-class wine growing region comprising the Yakima Valley, Columbia Valley, Walla Walla Valley and Red Mountain appellations. Their mission is to launch educational efforts that support wineries, and promote appropriate business development around the region's unique amenities and way of life.

The Goodman Foundation provided a general grant to support the work of Washington Wine Country.



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