Welcome to Salaam Urban Village Association!
Salaam Urban Village Association (“SUVA”) is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization, currently serving East-African refugees, immigrants, and asylees residing in Greater Seattle Area, WA. Through its culturally relevant services, SUVA strives to create supportive environment to its clients, and ultimately, help them become a contributing member of their society.
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Programs and Services
Teen Weekend Program:
COMMUNITY ARTS & EXHIBITS PROGRAM 2013
March 1 - July 7, 2013
Fri 630-830pm (dance/performance/conditioning)
Sat 2-5pm (stage design/community art)
Sun 2-5pm (architect/exhibiting projects)
TO SUPPORT OUR YOUNG ADULTS
For inquiry/checks made to SUVA (nonprofit):
3642 33rd Ave. S, Ste.C-5
Seattle, WA 98144
East African History Project/ Film Project:
Beginning March 2013
Volunteers and Funding Partners Welcomed!
Please inquire at email@example.com
SUVA’s Youth Program focuses on academic and cultural enrichment activities, including after-school tutoring and mentoring. The Program encourages students to achieve academic excellence, build strong leadership, team, and communication skills, and aims to increase parental/guardian involvement and support in students’ educational pursuits.
The adult and senior services offer case management, advocacy, counseling, therapy, citizenship/naturalization assistance, and referral services in culturally, linquistically, and socially-competent environment.
Interpretation and/or translation services are available in Amharic, Tigrigna, Oromo, Arabic, Spanish, and French. Service fees apply.
- After School Tutor(s)
SUVA's currently looking for tutor(s) for its after-school program.
SUVA's continually hiring interpreters/translators. If interested, please contact us for further details.
If you're looking for a volunteer opportunity for a meaningful purpose, SUVA would love to hear you! We appreciate and value our volunteers!