Sacred Heart Church 9442 NE 14th St, Clyde Hill, WA98004 Sacred Heart Church is a Catholic church serving the residents of Bellevue and surrounding areas. There are a…More variety of volunteer opportunities available as well as member groups that get together for special events and outings. In addition, there is a mother's group and religous study meetings are held regularly.
Bellevue Christian Church 10808 SE 28th St, Bellevue, WA98004 The Bellevue Christian Church is a Disciples of Christ church and offers traditional worship services, as well as Bible…More study groups, a choir and volunteer opportunities. This church is a frequent contributor to Habitat For Humanitiy projects, and the Enatai Toddler Preschool is located on-site.
Congregations for the Homeless PO Box 662, Bellevue, WA98004 Congregations for the Homeless is an agency that provides emergency shelter, a case management system and a subsidized…More housing program. The corporate mission is to end homelessness in East King County through practical help, life coaching and help in finding housing. Many volunteer opportunities are available.
Friends of The Orphans-Northwest 1800 112th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98004 This is the Northwest regional office for Friends of the Orphans, which serves Alaska, Washington, Hawaii, Oregon,…More Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana. The organization works to assist children living in poverty in the Caribbean and South and Central America. Donations are welcome through the website, and volunteer opportunities are available.
Stevenson Elementary School is a kindergarten through fifth grade school located in the Crossroads neighborhood. It…More has several programs, including a full-day kindergarten, a childcare and preschool and Head Start, an income-based federally funded preschool program.
Stevenson students also can join band and orchestra and have weekly classes for art, physical education, music and library. Community members also have opportunities to volunteer at the school through the VIBES (Volunteers in Bellevue's Education System) program.
More than 60 percent of Stevenson students speak a language other than English at home. About seven years ago, the school underwent a remodel that included the addition of four classrooms and a gym.