Ballard Food Bank

Ballard Food Bank’s mission is to bring food and hope to our neighbors…because there can be enough for everyone.

1400 NW Leary Way
206.789.7800
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Carleton Park Garden Club

Since 1948, volunteer members of the Carleton Park Garden Club have committed themselves to the promotion of beautiful gardens and landscapes in Magnolia.

425-306-0807

Lloyd W. Nordstrom Guild

We serve Seattle Children’s through advocacy, philanthropy, and volunteerism to ensure hope, care, and cures for all children in our region.

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Kaleidoscope School

Kaleidoscope School, founded in 1996, is a high quality, well established small school in Magnolia. Currently, we offer Part Time Preschool Programs for children aged 2-5, After School Care for kids attending Magnolia ES and Blaine K-8, and an Elementary School currently serving kids Kindergarten through Second Grade. We will be adding one grade per year until we are a K-5.

We believe in the power of positive relationships to foster learning, and seek to know and support each child in a way that is “just right” for them.

Please see our website for more information about our programs, or to add your child to our waitlist. Or email us at kscopeschool@gmail.com

3312 W Lynn St.
206.281.4277
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Rotary Club of Magnolia

Through Rotary’s service programs, a Rotary club can have a significant effect on the quality of life in its community. Programs of The Rotary Foundation offer opportunities
to form international partnerships that help people in need worldwide.

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Pottery Northwest

Founded in 1966 by a group of local artists based in Seattle, Pottery Northwest celebrates innovation and access to education in ceramics, with a mission of fostering an inclusive community around clay. Over the years we have grown into a nationally renowned ceramics studio through our long-standing and vibrant programming. Our programs serve over 1,900 students a year and artists from around the world come to Pottery Northwest in the spirit of artistic dialogue and as a formative step in their careers.

220 3rd Ave S
Lower Level
info@potterynorthwest.org