Organization Profile
Find:
47.65608 -122.34772

R.O.A.R. of Washington, Seattle, Washington

[ Back]


Web:
Address: 4021 Aurora Ave North
Seattle, Washington  98103  
United States
Fax: 206-634-1981
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 6
Number of People Being Served: 5000
EIN: 91-1564556
Recommend this Organization Donate to this Organization
     Login to Add to Favorites or Report Abuse

Mission Statement


MISSION STATEMENT: Our mission is to ease the burdens of the homeless and disadvantaged while they seek education for themselves and their children so they may achieve economic independence and to insure children are raised in a healthy, safe, secure, nurturing environment. Our Name: R.O.A.R., is an acronym. R is for Referrals that we keep current; we connect those in need to the appropriate resources to meet those needs. O is for the Opportunities that are provided for training and experience in the work force. A is for Advocacy that is arranged by our case managers in collaboration with other service agencies to settle differences. R is for Resources that we make available, such as printed material, access to a computer, telephone, and the Internet.

Description


HISTORY: We were incorporated in February of 1992 and received our 501(C )(3) in November 1992. Founder Janet Newell, was director of the Neighborhood Center and Food Bank at Seattle First Baptist Church for nine years before founding R.O.A.R. She was Executive Director till September 2006. We are an active member of The Homeless Coalition.

HISTORY: We were incorporated in February of 1992 and received our 501(C )(3) in November 1992. Founder Janet Newell, was director of the Neighborhood Center and Food Bank at Seattle First Baptist Church for nine years before founding R.O.A.R. She was Executive Director till September 2006. We are an active member of The Homeless Coalition.

Mission Statement: MISSION STATEMENT: Our mission is to ease the burdens of the homeless and disadvantaged while they seek education for themselves and their children so they may achieve economic independence and to insure children are raised in a healthy, safe, secure, nurturing environment. Our Name: R.O.A.R., is an acronym. R is for Referrals that we keep current; we connect those in need to the appropriate resources to meet those needs. O is for the Opportunities that are provided for training and experience in the work force. A is for Advocacy that is arranged by our case managers in collaboration with other service agencies to settle differences. R is for Resources that we make available, such as printed material, access to a computer, telephone, and the Internet.

Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Homeless Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No