Non-Profit Organization in Seattle

Non-Profit Organization in Seattle

At the D36 Ari Romer Community Foundation, we recognize the pressing need for a supportive community for young men with diverse personal, emotional, social and financial issues who may find themselves estranged from their families, isolated from friends, or unaware of available resources. Acknowledging that men, like any human being, could experience feelings of isolation, loss, and overwhelm. Our community organization provides the necessary help and support.

Our focus lies in offering a robust support system to young men aged 21 to 36 who grapple with challenges stemming from substance abuse, mental health issues, and unresolved childhood trauma. Through our endeavors, we aim to cultivate a caring and supportive community that prioritizes healthy self-expression activities throughout the year.

To ensure constant accessibility, our dedicated staff and volunteers manage a 24-hour listening phone line, providing a vital lifeline for those in need. Additionally, we have implemented various initiatives aimed at fostering community support, such as our "This is my Community" campaign.

This campaign encompasses community-building efforts through engaging activities, including events and collaborative projects. We invite our members and supporters to participate in these initiatives, either by contributing, volunteering, or simply being a part of the collective effort to strengthen our community bonds.

Furthermore, we encourage you to explore our periodic events, where you can find opportunities to collaborate, donate, or volunteer. Your involvement will contribute significantly to our cause as we strive to make a positive impact on the lives of the individuals we serve.

As part of our commitment to transparency and continuous improvement, we have upcoming projects in the pipeline. For more details on these initiatives, please feel free to reach out to us at (206) 280-5491 to the Volunteer coordinator 206 771 6595 or via email at [email protected].