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Welcome to Seattle Neighborhood Group!

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Gerard Tsutakawa Peace Circle sculpture 1994 for "Stop the Violence" committee gun buy-back.

Seattle Neighborhood Group has been making a positive impact on our community's most pressing safety challenges for 25 years. As we work to fulfill our mission, we are committed to engaging people, encouraging participation, and solving challenging problems together. The relationships we develop and trust we build are critical to doing our work effectively, and they are undoubtedly our most valuable assets.

Our staff is an extremely committed group of people with a broad set of skills that support public safety work in many neighborhoods. Our Board of Directors is drawn from various neighborhoods where we are active, and bring wide ranging expertise and strong support to our agency. Throughout our agency's history, we have worked with as many people as we can bring together to create safe neighborhoods.


The mission of Seattle Neighborhood Group is to prevent crime and build community through partnerships with residents, businesses, law enforcement and other organizations. To stay up to date on our events and get some crime prevention tips please like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Seattle Neighborhood Group is a registered 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.

Board of Directors Opportunity

Seattle Neighborhood Group is seeking new board members who are passionate about keeping our neighborhoods safe. Our mission is to prevent crime and build community through partnerships with residents, businesses, law enforcement and other organizations.

We are looking to add board members with experience in or interest in learning about strategic planning, fund development, board governance and finance. Average monthly time commitment is 5-10 hours.

Please consider joining us.

For more information, please contact Fae Brooks at or Renee Hopkins at 206-498-5502.

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