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Our Members

Building a Movement for a Just Transition in Washington!

Coalition members influence our advocacy, inspire our action, and connect us to the frontlines of change in Washington State’s communities of color and people with lower incomes. Together, we are building power and expertise rooted in solidarity, and advancing a Just Transition at the intersection of equity and environmental and climate justice. (Learn more about our community leadership.)

Our 2022 Statewide Member Summit

Our Members

A. Philip Randolph Institute
Afghan Health Initiative
Africans on the Eastside
Africatown Community Land Trust
Africatown International
Asia Pacific Cultural Center
Asian Counseling and Referral Service
Asian Pacific Islander Coalition (APIC) Spokane
Asian Pacific Islander Coalition (APIC) Yakima
Bayan USA
BMAC (BIPOC Mobility Action Coalition)
Casa Latina
CIELO (Centro Integral Educativo Latino de Olympia)
Coalition of Immigrants and Refugees and Communities of Color
Colectiva Legal del Pueblo
Community Development and Outreach Service Ministries
Community Health Worker Coalition for Migrants and Refugees
Community to Community Development
Duwamish River Community Coalition
Eastside Baptist Church
El Centro de la Raza
Entre Hermanos
Familias Unidas por la Justicia
FEEST Seattle
Gather Together Grow Together
Global African Community Initiative
Goodwill Baptist Church
Got Green

Key Tech Labs
Kitsap Black Student Union
La Casa Hogar
Latino Community Fund
Latinos en Spokane
Mason County Climate Justice
Mother Africa
Na’ah Illahee Fund
NAACP Spokane Chapter
NAACP Tacoma Chapter
Nuestra Casa
Peace Works United
EARS (People Empowerment and Renewal Services)
Plant Based Food Share
Puget Sound Sage
Rainier Valley Corps
Refugee & Immigrant Services Northwest
Revive Center for Returning Citizens
Shiloh Baptist Church
Tacoma Ministerial Alliance
Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle
UTOPIA Washington
Washington Family Engagement
Washington State Coalition of African Community Leaders
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
Young Warrior Society

Member Spotlight

Kitsap Black Student Union

Resourcing the Movement

Our members share access to:

  • Funding opportunities and resources
  • Technical assistance and support for policy advocacy and capacity efforts
  • Influence on policy and impact strategies
  • Statewide convenings and various issue-based gatherings
  • Policy and legislative briefings, and workshops
  • Training and support for various topics, including:
    • Funder briefings — where members can meet, teach, and reach the funders
    • Resource development strategy
    • Research, development, and analysis
    • Communications — media and other forums

Front and Centered also raises funds to grant out to existing and new community members in four ways:

Interested in your organization becoming a Front and Centered member? Use the button below to fill out an application and get in touch with Rebecca Rosado, our Membership Lead:


Don’t forget to explore the rest of our website for additional resources!