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Discover Seattle's top community-building groups and networking events where you can develop new relationships, volunteer, sponsor and advance your career or cause.

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Friends of Youth
Need a friend? FoY advocates for and works with youth and families facing serious emotional challenges in order to help them establish stability and self-sufficiency. Volunteers and donors welcome.
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Center for Environmental Policy & Law (CELP)
CELP bills itself as the only "water watchdog" advocacy organization dedicated exclusively to protecting Washington rivers and streams. Become a member or volunteer to get involved.
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Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) - Seattle Chapter
ACG Seattle members and guests benefit from regular networking and educational programs aimed at helping dealmakers and business leaders achieve sound corporate growth for their companies.
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Young Professionals of Seattle
YPOS is an active group of local young professionals. YPOS organizes regular events for young professionals to meet each other, expand their networks, advance their careers and build community.
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Product Management Community
PMCNW works to advance the knowledge, quality, and opportunities for Product Managers living in the Pacific Northwest.
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Social Venture Partners
SVP provides excellent networking for local professionals committed to making an impact in our community. Each Partner commits to an annual contribution of $6,000 ($2,500 for young professionals).
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Fred Hutch's Innovators Network
Geared to those under 45 and contributing $1,000 per year, IN is the next generation of Seattle leaders in FHCRC's mission to eliminate cancer and related diseases as causes of human suffering.
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Executive Women's Golf Association
Professional women (both working and retired) meet at EWGA Seattle to play golf and enjoy each other's company. Beginners, as well as the game's veterans, are welcome and encouraged to participate.
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