New Futures’ partners with families in their communities and with educators to ensure that children succeed in school and life. Their integrated, culturally relevant programs build skills, foster connectedness, and promote strengths. They operate vibrant community learning centers at four low-income apartment complexes in South King County. New Futures provides on-site children and youth, family, and community-building programs for over 1,800 people on an annual basis. In 2013, New Futures became a program of Southwest Youth and Family Services, creating a stronger, more versatile organization primed to reach more families in southwest Seattle and King County.
Cumulative Grants: $383,000
SVP Funded: 1998-2003