21 Progress

21 Progress provides programs that enhance leadership development mostly for young adults and immigrants in Washington. 409 Maynard Ave S #202 Sea WA 98134
(206) 829-8382


An LGBTQ organization working in solidarity with marginalized communities to understand the interconnectedness of oppression and to support the systematic liberation of all people. Engages in educational programming, public policy advocacy and community organizing in pursuit of these goals.

A. Philip Randolph Institute, Seattle Chapter

Grounded in the African-American labor movement and dedicated to developing programs that extend democracy to those who have been traditionally disenfranchised from the political system. Emphasizes strengthening political alliances needed to assure democratic social change and supporting social and economic programs that will improve the lives of all Americans.

A. Philip Randolph Institute, Tacoma Chapter

Grounded in the African-American labor movement and actively involved in providing assistance to economically disadvantaged seniors, youth, unemployed and others in need.

Asia Pacific Cultural Center

Focused on the peoples of Asia and the Pacific Islands. Educates the broader community about the unique histories, cultures, arts and customs of Asian-Pacific Islanders. Builds bridges among diverse communities through arts, culture, education and business.

Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA)

National organization of Asian Pacific-American union members. Works to advance worker, immigrant and civil rights through organizing and political engagement. Emphasizes strengthening labor-community partnerships.

Asian Pacific Islander Women & Family Safety Center - Chaya

Through education, training and community organizing, provides comprehensive and culturally relevant services on domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking to Asian, South Asian and Pacific Islander communities.

Associated Ministries of Tacoma/Pierce County

Works to unite people of faith to build stronger communities. As a crossroad for communication and cooperation, engages and equips congregations and others to address human needs in Pierce County through advocacy, education and service.

Casa Latina

Works to empower Latino immigrants through educational and economic opportunities. 
317 17th Ave S. Seattle WA 98144

Children's Alliance

The state’s largest advocacy organization dedicated to improving the well-being of children. Focuses on effecting positive changes in public policies, priorities and programs.

Church Council of Greater Seattle

Educates, advocates and organizes member congregations and develops partnerships with other faith communities and community organizations to promote social, economic and racial justice. Brings a moral and faith voice to issues of our time, drawing on the Gospel values of justice, peace, reconciliation and love.

Community Alliance for Global Justice

Educates and mobilizes to strengthen local economies everywhere. Seeks to transform unjust trade and agricultural policies while creating and supporting alternatives that embody social justice, sustainability, diversity and grassroots democracy.

Community to Community

Organization led by women of color that strives to: empower under-represented people to have an equal voice in decision-making processes; develop cross-cultural awareness; restore justice to food, land and cultural practices; promote community relationships towards self-reliance; strive toward human rights for all; rescue the value of feminine intellect and leadership.

Council on American Islamic Relations

The Washington State Chapter of the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization. Works to enhance understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

Economic Opportunity Institute

An independent, non-profit, non-partisan public policy center working to restore the promise of the middle class. Through research, education and advocacy, shapes public debate and advances new policy ideas that work for everyone.

Got Green

Leads community organizing effort, policy advocacy and leadership development to ensure low income communities of color have access to basic rights. 3518 S Edmunds St. Seattle WA 98118

Jobs with Justice

A multi-issue coalition of community and labor dedicated to improving the standard of living of working people, fighting for job security and protecting workers’ right to organize. Believes workers’ rights struggles must be part of a larger campaign for economic and social justice. 

Kent Black Action Commission

Provides a forum for the African American Community to discuss issues affecting their communities and take action.

Legacy of Equality, Leadership, and Organizing (LELO)

Led by ordinary workers, and focused on developing the leadership of those marginalized in our society: people of color, working class women, recent immigrants and LGBTQ workers. Emphasizes local organizing, with a focus on political education, and building solidarity networks with workers across all borders.

Faith Action Network

A statewide partnership of faith communities striving for a just and sustainable world through community building, education and courageous public action. An additional important emphasis is cultural transformation through framing public discourse, promoting progressive values and inspiring action for justice.

Main Street Alliance

Convenes small businesses to support a political agenda for basic working family needs.

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Ensures political, educational, social and economic rights for all to eliminate racial discrimination.

National Organization for Women, Seattle Chapter

Local affiliate of the largest multi-issue, feminist activist organization in the nation. Works to eliminate all forms of discrimination and violence against women. Seeks to achieve a peaceful society in which every individual has the opportunity to achieve to their highest personal potential.

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

Promotes justice for low-income immigrants by pursuing and defending their legal status. Focused on providing direct legal services, supported by education and public policy advocacy.


One America

The largest immigrant advocacy organization in Washington State, organizing and advocating for and with a diversity of immigrant communities. Advances the fundamental principles of democracy and justice through building power in immigrant communities, in collaboration with key allies.


Building mutual support between our unions and the LGBTQ community to organize for social and economic justice for all.

Political Destiny

Ensures minority communities are represented by elected officials. PO Box 112362 Tacoma WA 98411

Pride at Work

Organizes mutual support between the organized labor movement and the LGBTQ community for social and economic justice. Strives to create a labor movement that cherishes diversity, encourages openness and ensures safety and dignity.

Puget Sound Alliance for Retired Americans

Local affiliate of the national Alliance for Retired Americans. Works to ensure social and economic justice and full civil rights for all citizens. Strives to mobilize retired union members and other senior and community activists into a grassroots movement advocating for a progressive political and social agenda.

Puget Sound Sage

A regional alliance of labor, community and faith organizations, dedicated to building a powerful movement for economic justice. Uses research, policy advocacy, communications, community organizing and coalition-building to make the regional economy work for working people.

Real Change

Provides opportunity and a voice for low-income and homeless people through their bi-weekly publication. 96 S Main St Seattle WA 98104
(206) 441-3247

Skagit County Labor-Dem Workgroup

The Labor-Democrat Work Group is an energetic organization in Northwest Washington that is promoting a pro-worker, pro-union message to the public as well as supporting and standing with local workers, organized or not. They advocate for policies and projects that benefit the entire working class while educating people about work issues and motivating people to action because giving up is not the answer but participating is. The Work Group works within their community because all changes start locally. The group is comprised of rank and file Democrats and members from 18 local unions, NWWCLC, and 3 worker organizations. labordemworkgroup@gmail.com,
Facebook Group: Labor Dem Work Group

Statewide Poverty Action Network

Builds grassroots power to end the causes of poverty and create opportunities for everyone to prosper. Dispels the myths surrounding poverty, holds government officials accountable, engages in public policy advocacy and promotes media coverage to forward real solutions.

TPARA Tacoma Pierce Advocates for Retirement Action

Local affiliate of the national Alliance for Retired Americans. Works to ensure social and economic justice and full civil rights for all citizens. Strives to mobilize retired union members and other senior and community activists into a grassroots movement advocating for a progressive political and social agenda.
Email: herevp@aol.com

Tacoma Ministerial Alliance

A ministerial association consisting primarily, but not exclusively, of African-American religious leaders. Offers biblical, civic and professional involvement addressing social issues of interest to the Tacoma-Pierce County community.

Unemployment Law Project

Provides free legal assistance and information to people in Washington State who have been denied unemployment benefits or whose award of benefits is challenged.

UFCW United Latinos

A constituency organization of the UFCW. Primary purpose is to empower Latino men and women within the UFCW. Promotes key issues and interests of importance to Latino workers.

UFCW Minority Coalition

A constituency organization of the UFCW. Focused on developing a unified voice among African-American union members, and promoting diversity and inclusion within the labor movement. The Coalition strives to be a viable asset to the growth of the UFCW, labor and communities in need.
1-800-638-0800 x. 238

UFCW Women's Network

A constituency organization of the UFCW. Through a network in the U.S. and Canada, mobilizes active participation of women in the UFCW to grow the union through organizing, strengthening the union at the bargaining table and amplifying women’s voices in the political arena.
Email: rhondan@ufcw1500.org

Vietnamese Friendship Association

Advances equity in education, fosters civic engagement and advocates for Vietnamese and other refugee immigrant communities. 3829B S Edmunds St Seattle WA 98118
(206) 760-1573

Washington Community Action Network

Washington State’s largest grassroots community organization with over 35,000 members. Works to achieve racial, social and economic justice in the state and nation. The strength of the organization is the involvement of its members.

Washington Fair Trade Coalition

A strong and diverse coalition of organizations working on behalf of people and the planet for a fair global trading system. Promotes trade and economic policies that raise working and living standards around the world and bring shared and sustainable prosperity.

Washington State Budget & Policy Center

A leading progressive think tank. Uses research and analysis to advance the well-being of Washington communities, improve the economic security and social opportunity of all in the state, and support the role of government in promoting a just and prosperous society.

Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Serves primarily as a resource for programs that assist domestic violence victims and their families. Resources and services include: customized training for organizations; provision of publications and other media; specialized assistance to member programs; public policy advocacy at the state and national levels.

Washington Young Emerging Labor Leaders

Works to change the face and perception of the labor movement by developing youth leaders.