1313 Broadway, Ste 100
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1313 Broadway, Ste 100
Children of the Nations (COTN) is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising children out of poverty and hopelessness so they can become leaders who transform their nations. Founded in Kitsap County in 1995, we currently provide care to orphaned and destitute children in Sierra Leone, Malawi, Uganda, the Dominican Republic, and Haiti. By partnering with local people, we establish Children’s Homes (for orphans) and Village Partnership Programs (to benefit orphans and children living with destitute families or caregivers who cannot properly provide for them). The programs and services we provide include education, nutrition, medical care, and community development initiatives such as agriculture, clean water projects, skills training, and more. COTN believes true, lasting, and meaningful change to a nation beings with children, so they are the mission. COTN stands apart from other organizations in our goal not to just provide relief, but rather to empower nationals to a life of self-sustainability.
The Cultural Arts Foundation NW, a non-profit organization since 1985, has been dedicated to encouraging the arts, furthering creative potential, and involving the community in the enjoyment and appreciation of the arts in Kitsap County. Through support and sponsorship of the annual Poulsbo Arts Festival and the Art in the Woods Studio Tour, CAFNW showcases the achievements and varied talents for the enjoyment of all our residents and visitors alike.
The Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) of Kitsap County began in 1990 when a group of professional mediators, attorneys, and educators formed a small agency to help neighbors solve disputes peacefully and out-of-court. Since that time, we’ve grown into a major community service agency with services all across Kitsap County. We help clients in schools, at the Kitsap Juvenile Center, Small Claims Court, behavioral health centers, and many other community settings.
We continue the Girl Scout mission of building girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. We’re the preeminent leadership development organization for girls. And with programs for girls from coast to coast and across the globe, Girl Scouts offers every girl a chance to do something amazing. Our Peninsula Regional serves girls of Kitsap, Mason, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, and Clallam Counties.
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of Kitsap County brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Habitat for Humanity of Kitsap County builds communities. Habitat for Humanity of Kitsap County was formed over 25 years ago. Our first home was complete in 1994 and for the next few years we grew from building a house every couple years to building a couple houses a year.
Holly Ridge Center is a private non-profit agency whose mission is to enablechildren and adults with differing abilities to reach their fullest potential, creating a positive and lasting impact on the community.
Our mission at Kitsap Community Resources is to create hope and opportunity for low-income Kitsap County residents by providing resources that promote self-sufficiency.
The Poulsbo community has had a library in one form or another since the early 1900s. The City of Poulsbo operated a city library until the mid-1980s, when the city voted to annex into the Kitsap Regional Library district. In 1998, voters in North Kitsap approved a bond to expand and remodel the Poulsbo branch library, and the new building opened in 2001. Poulsbo is one of the busiest branches in the system, used by city residents as well as many patrons from other Kitsap communities who find it conveniently located.
Kiwanis International brings the world together — one community at a time. Today, we stand with more than 600,000 members in more than 80 countries from Kiwanis to Key Club to Circle K and beyond. Each community has different needs, and Kiwanis empowers members to pursue creative ways to serve the needs of children through local service projects and fundraising.
Martha & Mary AT HOME offers exceptional in-home care to seniors and adults helping them remain secure and independent in the comfort of their own home. Our caregivers bring training, integrity and compassion to every person they serve. Assisting with a wide variety of non-medical care needs, from grooming and bathing to meal preparation, light housekeeping and transportation. Services are available for those with limited needs and those with 24/7 needs. Contact us today to inquire what is best for you.
For over 30 years Martha & Mary KIDS has been offering Kitsap families exceptional early learning programs for children ages one month to 12 years. Our services are offered at surprisingly affordable rates at multiple care centers that are conveniently located to where you live and work.
Martha & Mary KIDS is a proud voluntary participant in Early Achievers, Washington’s premier child care quality rating and improvement system (QRIS). In 2015 our Children’s Learning Center received a prestigious Quality of Excellence Rating.
Fishline serves the North Kitsap Community by providing food, emergency services and resources to transform lives.
Our efforts cover the workforce development area consisting of Clallam, Jefferson and Kitsap Counties. This Olympic Consortium area is managed both by the Olympic Consortium Board, which consists of the nine county commissioners, and the Olympic Workforce Development Council. The Council is a group of employer-led volunteers from Clallam, Jefferson and Kitsap Counties who represent business, labor, education, community-based organizations, economic development councils, and Work Source agencies.
The American Legion was chartered and incorporated by Congress in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. It is committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our communities.
The Poulsbo Farmers Market is a long-season, outdoor market featuring regional farmers, crafters and food processors showcasing some of the freshest, most local products available.
Some market facts:
- The market hosted about 35 vendors each Saturday, last season.
- Nearly 30,000 customer visits were recorded in 2014.
- In both 2010 and 2011, Poulsbo was nominated by the Washington State Farmers Market Association as Farmers Market of the Year.
- The PFM is known for events such as Tomato Taste-Off, the Harvest Dinner and the Pumpkin Party
- Every week a local act performs live music at the market, featuring everything from country and the Blues to jazz, ragtime, and gypsy fiddle tunes.
- Smaller events include talks from visiting authors, chef demonstrations, and classes on subjects like preserving food, beekeeping, gardening and icecream making.
Nonprofit community service organization. 75th year of community service to Poulsbo.
Poulsbo Village has the finest collection of retail stores and specialty shops West of Seattle! El Huarache Mexican Restaurant, Pho T&N, Coast Do It Best Hardware, Toys Etc, Harrison’s Comfort Footwear, The Sport Haus, and Dahlquist’s Jewelry are just some of the nearly 50 stores and restaurants you’ll find at Poulsbo Village. Surround yourself with fashion, food, and fun at North Kitsap’s #1 shopping center.
The Poulsbo-North Kitsap Rotary Club became 40 years old in 2016. Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Bainbridge Island and the Rotary Club of Silverdale, the Poulsbo-North Kitsap Rotary Club was chartered by Rotary International on November 11, 1976 with 25 original members. The Charter Night celebration was held at the Poplars Restaurant in Silverdale, where our club became one of 57 clubs in what was then Rotary District 502. Our first fundraiser was an Easter Pancake Breakfast. Our first projects consisted of picnic tables for public parks in Poulsbo, Kingston, and at Buck Lake in Hansville, and bookshelves for the Martha and Mary Nursing Home in Poulsbo.
The Sons of Norway Fraternal Benefit Society was established in 1895 to preserve the best of the Norwegian heritage and culture.
The Sons of Norway has (as of December 31, 2005) over 60,000 members across the United States, Canada, and Norway who belong to over 400 locally-governed lodges. Through each lodge, members celebrate their Norwegian heritage in their own community.
President: Barbara James
Mobilizing community resources to do what matters; improve people’s lives through leveraged investments, collaborative partnerships, and capacity building initiatives.