Grantees

Since 2005, the Woodworth Family Foundation has been contributing to the Tacoma / Pierce County region by supporting community organizations through grants. In 2019, the Foundation supported:
 

Education >>

Foundation for Tacoma Students, Tacoma >> Graduate Tacoma!

The Foundation for Tacoma Students is building and supporting Tacoma's community-wide movement, Graduate Tacoma!, to help every child achieve success from cradle to college to career. The Foundation is a catalyst for collective action, building a culture of high expectations and shared-community responsibility for student success and educational excellence.

We also supported:
Bellarmine Preparatory School
Children's Museum of Tacoma
College Success Foundation
Communities in Schools - Lakewood
Degrees of Change
Friends of Independent Schools and Better Education
Palmer Scholars
Point Defiance Zoo Society
Tacoma Community College
University of Puget Sound Endowed Scholarship
UW Tacoma Endowed Scholarship
Washington First Robotics


Youth Services >>


Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound, Tacoma >> Annual Operations

We believe that the best way to support the Boys & Girls Clubs’ mission of enabling all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential is to support the annual operation of the clubs.

We also supported:
Communities in Schools - Peninsula
Friends of the Children
Greater Metro Parks Foundation - Imagine Eastside Campaign
Red Barn Youth Center
Safe Streets



Health Care >>


The Foundations of MultiCare >>

Partnering for healing and a healthy future through philanthropy, the Foundations of MultiCare help ensure that all MultiCare patients, from birth to end of life, receive quality, family-centered health care regardless of ability to pay.

We also supported:
Community Health Care
MultiCare | CHI Franciscan Behavioral Health Hospital
Neighborhood Clinic


Human Services >>


Tacoma Rescue Mission, Pierce County >> Annual Operations

Tacoma Rescue Mission provides emergency services such as shelter and food to the homeless or hurting. The Mission offers self-sufficiency and support prevention programs to help lift a person from poverty and break the chains of addictions.

We also supported:
A Step Ahead
Amara
Caring for Kids
Catherine Place
Catholic Community Services - Nativity House
Coffee Oasis
Emergency Food Network
Friends of American Lake Veteran Golf Course
Korean Women's Association
Multicultural Child and Family Hope Center
New Phoebe House
Northwest Furniture Bank
Nourish Pierce County
Mercy Housing
Pierce County Parks
St. Francis House
St. Vincent de Paul
Shared Housing Services
Tacoma Community House
Trinity Outreach Programs
Unfinished Mission (USO)
United Way of Pierce County
YMCA of Pierce and Kitsap Counties
YWCA Pierce County