City of Issaquah -- located east of Seattle on the I-90 corridor, this lovely city nestled in the Cascade foothills now serves 30,000 residents.
City of Issaquah Parks and Recreation Department -- oversees parks and a wide range of recreational activities from toddlers to seniors, with a special focus on teen programs
City of Issaquah Police Department -- the department provides a School Resource Officer for Issaquah High School and expertise for Network programs.
City of Sammamish -- Incorporated in 1999, the city of Sammamish is located on the Pine Lake Plateau north of Issaquah and serves over 42,000 residents.
Eastside Community Network -- a sister Network serving Mercer Island, Bellevue and Lake Washington school districts.
Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery (FISH) -- a non-profit volunteer organization supporting environmental education at the historic Issaquah Salmon Hatchery.
Friends of Youth - A non-profit organization located in Issaquah and other Eastside cities, providing counseling for youth and families.
International Smile Power -- a non-profit organization located in Sammamish, International Smile Power partners with people to improve and sustain dental health and build bridges of friendship around the world.
Issaquah Chamber of Commerce -- An organization with over 400 business members, promoting economic development and community service in the Issaquah area.
Issaquah Parent-Teacher-Student Association Council -- representing PTSA chapters from all district schools, and advocating on behalf of parents, students and teachers.
Issaquah School District -- an award-winning school district serving 16,000 students from Issaquah, Sammamish, Newcastle, Bellevue, Renton and unincorporated King County.
Issaquah Schools Foundation -- a non-profit organization that funds enrichment programs helping students, teachers and schools in the Issaquah School District.
Issaquah Youth Advisory Board -- made up of representatives from all middle schools and high schools in the Issaquah School District, as well as private school students and homeschooled students.
King County Department of Community and Human Services -- The regional government for King County is dedicated to helping its neediest residents achieve and maintain healthier lives.
Mountain Creek Christian Fellowship -- a faith community serving downtown Issaquah, MCCF is the sponsoring organization for Compassion House, transitional housing for homeless mothers and children.
OLS at Bellevue College -- a four year associate degree program in Occupational and Life Skills for adults with disabilities.
Public Health -- Seattle and King County -- dedicated to protecting and improving the health of all people in King County.
Rotary Club of Issaquah -- the Issaquah chapter of the largest service club in the world. Members pledge a commitment to Service Above Self.
Rotary Club of Sammamish -- the Sammamish chapter of the largest service club in the world. Members pledge a commitment to Service Above Self.
St. Michael's and All Angels Episcopal Church -- a faith community serving the central Issaquah area.
Sammamish Chamber of Commerce -- an organization with 200 business members promoting economic development and community service within the City of Sammamish area.
Sammamish YMCA -- an organization promoting youth development, healthy living and social responsibility in the greater Issaquah and Sammamish area.
Snoqualmie Valley Community Network -- A sister Network serving Snoqualmie and Riverview school districts.
Temple De Hersch Sinai -- a faith community serving the greater Eastside.
Tiger Mountain Community High School -- providing alternative education options to Issaquah School District teens.
Together Center -- a human services campus located in Redmond, serving the entire Eastside through 18 member agencies.
Washington State Youth Suicide Prevention Program -- working with schools across the state to introduce suicide-prevention training for teachers and students.