Falco Sult is proud to support these local organizations.
Since 1971, Hopelink has served homeless and low income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities. Hopelink's mission is to promote self-sufficiency for all members of our community; they help people make lasting change.
Washington Women In Need
Washington Women In Need is a community-supported non-profit organization that provides funding for education and health care for women in need in Washington state. They believe that by improving the lives of low income women, they improve the lives of their families and the strength of our community. Liz Feucht currently sits on the Board of Directors.
Seattle Humane Society
The Humane Society of Seattle/King County, founded in 1897, is a private, nonprofit animal welfare organization. They are proud to serve the people and animals of King County with a variety of programs including adoptions, veterinary services, dog training classes, a pet food bank, and humane education for children of all ages. Chris Falco serves on the Board of Directors as Treasurer.
OneRedmond is a nationally renowned economic development innovator, recognized for providing an ecosystem that promotes a world-class business-friendly environment. OneRedmond’s unique partnership between government, business and the community establishes Redmond and the surrounding region as the premier destination for technology, medical and advanced manufacturing companies resulting in a flourishing and exciting region to live and work.
Bellevue Chamber of Commerce
For more than 60 years the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce has played an active role in the growth and development of Bellevue into a world-class city and location of choice for companies and people. The entrepreneurial spirit and vibrancy of our community continues to ensure that Bellevue stays at the top of its game. Chris Falco is on the Board of Directors.
Seattle Area Peace Corps Association
SEAPAX is a group of former Peace Corps volunteers dedicated to improving international understanding at all levels. SEAPAX was founded in 1977 by returned Peace Corps Volunteers living in greater Seattle. They participate in activities that aim to help our home communities and our nation to better understand the people and cultures of the countries and regions where they once served. Carey Homan is their current Treasurer.
Special Bunny Rescue is an all-volunteer, special needs house rabbit rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption shelter located in Carnation, Washington. In their care, abandoned and abused bunnies find a safe and loving environment where they can receive the exceptional medical attention they need. Angie Green is the founder of Special Bunny.