Call of Compassion NW


To recognize and honor Beloved Communities where they are happening
To work with grassroots organizations to build Beloved Communities where they are not

Website:http://www.callofcompassion.org
Address:3612 NE 44th St.
Seattle, WA 98105
Email:info@callofcompassion.org
Phone Number:206-397-4861
EIN:81-1047399
We honor our strategic and hands-on board members: Mark Jones, PhD; Sally Renn, Finance Consultant and community activist; and Mark Hower, PhD.

We are honored by our esteemed partners in the Honoring Beloved Community Program:

21 Progress, Antioch University Management and Leadership, Center for Ethical Leadership, Charter for Compassion, Chief Seattle Club, Citizen University, Compassion Games, Compassionate Listening/Restorative Justice, El Central de la Raza, Facing Homelessness, Interfaith Community Sanctuary, Interim ICDA, Leadership Tomorrow, Peacetrees Vietnam, Phinney Ridge Community Center, PYE Global, RainierValleyCorps, Seattle CityClub, Seattle FAME, Seattle Festal, Seattle Foundation, Senior Services, Sunyata Group, Unleash the Brilliance, Whidbey Institute, Young Women Empowered.
Call of Compassion NW is a grassroots organization committed to growing a compassion movement of "beloved communities." We seek out and honor spaces where beloved community is already being experienced and we earn the trust and partnership of grassroots organizations that are addressing unjust conditions affecting members of our community. We are currently engaged with community allies on projects that include the following:

1. ending homelessness (raising awareness through art; advocating for affordable, sustainable self-managed villages of tiny houses)
2. youth at-promise (serving at risk youth in South Seattle/King County through certified youth peer counselors who are addressing behavioral health issues to reduce dropout rates and promote positive life goals)
3. interfaith initiatives (sponsor community celebrations of spirit and gratitude, host social justice summits, founding the NW Interfaith Wisdom Council)
4. community dialogues (collaborating in the design and facilitation of courageous conversations on racial equity, social justice and other topical issues in a safe and respectful manner)