About Us

About Us

13 community based organizations and partnerships were funded to create a network of domestic and sexual violence programs such as SeeQuilLouw™. This has developed and implemented in-depth, multi-level, coordinated prevention and community engagement strategies tailored to geographically and culturally diverse communities across King County. This network of funded providers will strengthen culturally specific programs working to change the conditions that lead to domestic and sexual violence.

SeeQuilLouw™ provides cultural awareness, learning, healing, and equity to the Native/First Nation communities throughout the greater Pacific Northwest

Creating a community where ALL are welcome to join, share, learn, and create no matter their National/Tribal affiliation/enrollment status, veteran status, or identity(s)

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Donations are always welcomed

Giving online has never been more secure, convenient or hassle-free

Feel confident that 100% of donations go directly to ensure everyone, no matter their economic status can fully participate

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Your organization can help fill the ever-growing need of our Native active duty and veteran communities

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that we are on the traditional land of the first people of Seattle, the Duwamish People … past, present, and future

We honor with gratitude the land itself and the Peoples of the Coast Salish


Copyright August 2020

DNVP and it’s logos are trademarked and owned by Will Booth, of Seattle, Washington