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Bellevue Schools Foundation

Bellevue Schools Foundation provides essential community support for the Bellevue School District. An independent, private, non-profit organization, the Bellevue Schools Foundation promotes and helps fund the best possible learning opportunities for all students in the Bellevue School District. 
 

Bellevue Quality Schools

Bellevue Quality Schools is a volunteer, non-profit organization, whose sole purpose is to support the successful voter approval of Bellevue School District funding measures.
 

Eastside Human Services Forum (Multicultural Guides)

 “Helpful Connections” has 22 sections providing a wide range of information on subjects like banking, children’s education, neighborhood activities, and social services. Each section begins with a useful description targeting people who are unfamiliar with U.S. culture and services. Helpful Connections is available in Chinese, Korean, Russian, Spanish and Vietnamese as well as English. Community members from each of the immigrant groups wrote a section specific to their culture outlining additional tips and information, making each version of the guide distinct and more culturally relevant. 
 

Eastside Pathways

Eastside Pathways is a nonprofit organization utilizing a collective impact approach to address the needs of Bellevue students from cradle to career. A partnership of many organizations and individuals, Eastside Pathways helps to coordinate projects to improve school readiness, creating engaging summer and extended learning opportunities, supporting good attendance, and enhancing career readiness opportunities.

Jubilee REACH

Jubilee REACH is a non-profit focused on Relationships, Education, Assistance Community and Hospitality, serving the deeper needs of students and families in Bellevue School District through a commitment to Love, Listen, Learn, build relationships and earn trust. 
 

Youth Eastside Services (YES)

Youth Eastside Services (YES) is a leading provider of youth and family behavioral health services in East King County. YES provides evidence-based mental health counseling, substance abuse treatment and psychiatric services to help children, teens and families struggling with depression, grief, trauma, substance abuse, cultural- and gender-identity issues, anxiety, ADHD, autism, eating disorders, low self-esteem and much more.