Meet the awesome people behind some of our amazing projects and get all your questions about CN!’s nonprofit family answered at Brewing Big Impacts!
Learn what fiscal sponsorship, or a 501(c)3 umbrella program like being in the CN! nonprofit family means in a video. Becoming a part of another nonprofit is an awesome way for grass-roots projects to grow their impact!
Welcome to the CN! nonprofit family Port Angeles Nature School! The mission of this project is to foster a lifelong joy of learning through deep physical and emotional connections with the rich cultural and natural histories of the Olympic Peninsula.
We are so excited to welcome Indie Hit Designs, an Indigenous-led initiative that works within tribal communities to develop radically sustainable homes featuring traditional designs with modern amenities and comforts, as CascadiaNow!s newset fiscally sponsored project.
By a unanimous vote of the CascadiaNow! Board of Directors, we are pleased to welcome True Blessings to the CN! family! True Blessings goal is to operate and maintain outreach, support, mentor, and resource services for low income families, at-risk youth, and immigrants in Pierce County, Washington areas.
CascadiaNow! is delighted to announce that through an unanimous vote of our board of directors The Living Bus Project has become CN's first ever, completely official, 501c3 umbrella's project! The Living Bus Project is a self-contained and closed-loop "tiny house" inspired by the Living Building Challenge. It is built using LEED Platinum Standards and demonstrates the possibilities for: Ecological Water Flow, Net Zero Water, Net Zero Energy, FSC Certified Lumber, Alternative Biofuels, and Environmentally Friendly & Sustainable products. When completed, they will use the Living Bus as an educational tool, teaching workshops and giving presentations to communities and schools around Cascadia!