2022-2023 Refugee School Impact Recipients

For 2022-2023, subgrants were awarded to nine school districts. Districts are required to partner with at least one community-based organization. For more information about the specific district-community projects, please contact the district coordinators directly. 

Auburn School District—partnering with International Rescue Committee
District Coordinator: Peter Lamb

Everett School District—partnering with International Rescue Committee
District Coordinator: Chris Fulford

Federal Way School District—partnering with International Rescue Committee
District Coordinator: Sonia Nicholson

Highline School District—partnering with International Rescue Committee
District Coordinator: Shajaira Lopez

Kennewick School District—partnering with Family Learning Center
District Coordinator: Sarah Del Toro

Kent School District—partnering with Communities of Rooted Brilliance, Iraqi Community Center of Washington, Living Well Kent, and World Relief-Seattle
District Coordinator: Susie Whitlock

Seattle School District—partnering with Kandelia
District Coordinator: Kai-Chin Chan

Spokane School District—partnering with International Rescue Committee and World Relief-Spokane
District Coordinator: Heather Richardson

Tukwila School District—partnering with International Rescue Committee
District Coordinator: Millicent Borishade