Interweave is Sustainable Seattle’s community-led sustainability accelerator.
Weaving together collective impact and capacity building frameworks
for lasting, systems-level sustainability action.
Grounded in the Coast Salish creation story that teaches us that together, we can lift the sky.
The following represents some (but not all!) of the organizations make up the dynamic and interactive Interweave network, led by and serving Frontline communities in Seattle and working in alignment towards a just, sustainable region for all. Interweave is currently full and not accepting new inquiries – but we love to meet new organizations and individuals aligned in our efforts to explore possible partnerships and collaborations!
Basilica Bio is a Black-led community organization that breaks down barriers in science to tackle issues that disproportionately impact BIPOC communities.
The goal is to keep Seattle Artist of Color in Seattle, and to allow them to own their first starter house that can support them later purchasing their dream house.
Our work aims to catalyze action and connection to improve the way our regional communities use and reuse natural resources to create value in ways that are restorative and regenerative to the environment.
We empower communities in issues related to quality of life, social justice, health and education in order to identify and implement sustainable solutions.
We aspire to give back to the community in ways we have not seen done before, using Theatre of the oppressed, trauma recovery, and organizing. We want to reflect real change in the lives of those most affected by injustice.
Kay Tita is a social impact non-profit organization that serves as a conduit providing changemakers in Haiti with a safe space and the resources they need to increase their impact, develop skills, and establish key partnerships.
Using energy and presence and experience as Black Women in marine biology to illuminate pathways for BIPOC youth.
Our vision is to be the leading force in advancing Khmer arts worldwide. We advance sustainability with culturally responsive civic engagement, mutual aid, and cultural competency and relationship building
The following groups receive Fiscal Sponsorship support from S2, and are part of our larger network and community of supporters working for a just and sustainable region. S2 is currently accepting inquiries for our Fiscal Sponsorship services.
The Circular Supply Chain Network connects supply chain practitioners and thought leaders to explore how supply chain can accelerate the transition to a circular economy and transform every supply chain into a circular supply chain.
Diaspora Community Services
Serving, educating, and inspiring disadvantaged communities through the provision of educational and financial wellness services in partnership with our communities.
The mission of the Equity Consortium is to institutionalize equity. The primary tools of the Consortium at this time include providing listening circles and an Equity Factors Assessment.
Food distribution and mutual aid groups, SODO Free Food Market, on Occupied Duwamish land.
Ensuring that all multigenerational Black school children track a college-bound trajectory through Primary School.
Sustainability Ambassadors supports teachers to explore, develop and apply a problem-based learning model in service to a more sustainable future.