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King County Councilmember Jane Hague

Council Vice Chair, serving the communities of Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Mercer Island, Medina, Clyde Hill, Hunts Point, Beaux Arts, Woodinville, and Yarrow Point
Councilmember
Jane Hague
Council District 6  
516 Third Ave., Rm. 1200
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: 206-477-1006
Toll Free: 800-325-6165
TTY/TDD: 206-296-1024
Fax: 206-296-0398

Make a difference in your community by volunteering!

YES logo

Youth Eastside Services is a lifeline for kids and families coping with challenges such as emotional distress, substance abuse, and violence. Through intervention, outreach and prevention, YES builds confidence and responsibility, strengthens family relationships, and advocates for a safer community that cares for its youth.
www.youtheastsideservices.org, 425-747-4937

CISC logo

The Chinese Information and Service Center offers a broad range of social, family, employment, education, and cultural programs to the Chinese and other Asian communities in King County.  CISC helps Chinese and other Asian immigrants make the transition to a new life while keeping later generations in touch with the rich heritage of their homelands.
www.cisc-seattle.org, 206-624-5633

Bellevue Lifespring logo

Bellevue LifeSpring promotes stability, self-sufficiency and independence for those in need in the Bellevue community through programs and services that feed, clothe, shelter and educate. In February of 2011, Overlake Service League changed its name to Bellevue LifeSpring to better reflect its mission of empowering individuals.
www.bellevuelifespring.org, 425-451-1175

Boys and Girls Clubs logo

A gift to the Boys & Girls Clubs of King County is a gift to the more than 18,000 children they serve. Through your support, these kids will continue to learn and grow in a safe and positive place. Please contact us for more information and locations in your community that need your help this holiday season.
www.positiveplace.org, 206-436-1800

hopelink logo

Since 1971, Hopelink has served homeless and low-income families, children, seniors, and people with disabilities in north and east King County, with more than 40 programs that help them attain self-sufficiency and make lasting changes in their lives. You can help by donating clothing, new, unwrapped toys, or other gifts for children. 
www.hope-link.org,  425-869-6000

EDVP logo

The Eastside Domestic Violence Program provides critical life-saving services to families and children who are victims of domestic violence.  Since 1982, EDVP has provided safety, support, access to education, and training for more than 100,000 victims and their children.  In addition, EDVP provides a 24-hour Crisis Line and emergency and transitional shelter. 
www.edvp.org,  425-562-8840