Community Partners

How does Highlands Council designate Community Partners?

Issaquah is home to many outstanding community organizations. Highlands Council is proud to partner with other local non-profits to benefit the community. Limited in scope, we can’t partner with all those serving our community, but each year we review opportunities and designate partners for the coming year.

Highlands Council gives careful consideration to who, when, and how we donate the use of Blakely Hall or provide advertising at no cost. Highlands Council uses our Mission and Values Statement and the Covenant for Community (Chapters 2.2 and Chapter 4) as a guideline and filter for designating community partners and level of benefit.

Questions?

Christy Garrard
Executive Director
425-507-1110
christy.g@ihcouncil.org

Highlands Council

Community Partners

Community Partners are mutually beneficial relationships in programming and services.

Issaquah Highlands Community Association (IHCA)

City of Issaquah/Issaquah Police Department

Issaquah Chamber of Commerce

Issaquah Schools Foundation

Issaquah History Museums

Village Theatre

Beneficiary Partners

Beneficiary Partners are supported via collection drives and media support as requested.

Life Enrichment Options (LEO)

YWCA

Issaquah School District

Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank

Eastside Baby Corner

Eastside Friends of Seniors

Educational Programming Partners

Highlands Council provides venue space and media support for educational programming that directly benefits our stakeholders.
Program providers include but are not limited to the following organizations:

Meaningful Movies of Issaquah

PTSAs

Kirkland Arts Center (KAC)

4Culture

Bear Smart King County

Friends of Lake Sammamish

Influence the Choice

Cascade Water Alliance

Built Green