Trial & Error provides high-quality videography services to nonprofits at no cost to these organizations. We create films that inform and engage the general public about the crucial work these nonprofits do in their communities. We are proud to support these organizations; their websites are included below if you are moved to support them as well!
Join Amontaine Aurore as she takes us inside her new work The Ever Expanding Moment in this conversation with special guest moderator Ameenah Kaplan (director of The Royale on ACT’s Mainstage, 2016).
ACT was founded in the summer of 1965 by Gregory A. Falls (1922-1997), head of the University of Washington’s theater department at the time. ACT is a contemporary theatre where artistic ambition and civic engagement unite. ACT envisions a world where the power of theatre expands our collective understanding of community and our own humanity.
Taylor Farley of LGBTQ Allyship discusses Allyship’s work to ensure the LGBTQ+ community isn’t forgotten in the COVID-19 crisis.
LGBTQ Allyship builds power among LGBTQ communities and allies in Washington State to work towards economic, racial, and gender justice. We do this through community organizing, education, advocacy, and developing grassroots leadership in solidarity with other marginalized communities.
Rev. Jimmie James describes the work of Being Empowered through Supported Transitions, which works to empower people affected by racist legal and disciplinary policies.
Promoting Policy and System Change, Community Engagement, and Direct Services that develop equitable communities. Creating opportunities to raise the quality of life, enhance economic status, promote self sufficiency, and eliminate the ongoing problem of poverty.
For their online fundraiser, Communities Rise partners with Ken Workman, the great-great-great-great grandson of Chief Seattle and a member of the Duwamish tribe, to acknowledge the lands of the native peoples of the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
About Communities Rise
Communities Rise fosters movements to build power in communities impacted by systemic oppression. To create an equitable system, we pursue cross-sector collaboration, and provide capacity building and legal services for community organizations and microenterprises.
"Together, we can create a more equitable Washington state where every community can realize its fullest potential."
Learn about South Seattle’s new culturally relevant food bank with Roxana Pardo Garcia of La Roxay.
About La Roxay Productions
In short, La Roxay Productions is a consulting agency that approaches community work through a healing justice framework.
Our team curates experiences and shares knowledge that centers Black, Indigenous, Communities of Color, supports community building, brings forth joY, and facilitates healing for those involved.
Executive Director Risho Sapano and other Mother Africa employees give an overview of the organization’s mission and programs.
About Mother Africa
The mission of Mother Africa is to support African refugee and immigrant women and their families to reach their highest potential. We are committed to leadership building, advocacy and community action to reduce barriers to healthcare, education, safety and economic independence while fostering a comfortable space to celebrate our cultures, our families, and our growth.
Learn about the journey cats take from rescue through adoption with Emily Sprong, Executive Director of the Seattle Area Feline Rescue, Bethany Zoe, who fosters cats, and Sarah Kate Moore, who recently adopted two kittens.
SAFe Rescue saves feline lives by taking in homeless cats, giving them the care they need, finding them loving homes, and supporting their human companions.
In this episode of the Seattle Public Library Foundation’s Inside Your Library series, Carrie Fox gives us an insider look at her work with Mobile Services.
The Seattle Public Library Foundation invests in innovative programs that help The Seattle Public Library achieve its service priorities, including:
- Building new and revitalized libraries in every neighborhood
- Programming for children, teens and adults
- Books and resources, including funding for special collections
- Services for those with needs, such as persons with disabilities, immigrants and refugees
- Technology resources for library patrons
Angel Garcia Guillén of Villa Comunitaria describes the COVD-19 medical services that are available for immigrants.
About Villa Comunitaria
Villa Comunitaria empowers families in innovative ways that are culturally relevant. We create a welcoming environment, presentations are made in Spanish, children are welcome and there is childcare, and food provided. Programs are key to helping Latinx immigrants navigate the complexities of the United States immigration, housing, health, education, and legal system so they can thrive and prosper.