Faith in action

Eastside Friends of Seniors has its origins as a Faith in Action program. The Faith in Action program initiative began in 1983 with support from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and today there are more than 600 local programs operating in communities across the nation

Bet Alef Synagogue
The City Church
Faith United Methodist Church
Good Samaritan Episcopal Church
Mary, Queen of Peace
Mountain Creek Christian Fellowship
Catholic Church of Our Lady of Sorrows
Pine Lake Covenant Church
Sammamish Hills Lutheran Church
Sammamish Presbyterian Church
St. Joseph Catholic Church
Temple B’Nai Torah
Vedic Cultural Center

Sammamish Cares Program

Sammamish Cares provides one time assistance for Sammamish residents who need help in maintaining their property or home, but are either unable to afford or perform necessary repairs due to financial, physical or mental health.

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Referral Partners

Eastside Friends of Seniors has referral relationships with public service organizations in our mutual mission of serving the elderly, disabled, and those with chronic health care conditions, including:

Alzheimer’s Association of Western and Central Washington 
American Cancer Society
City of Issaquah
City of Sammamish
Sightline, was Community Services for the Blind and Partially Sighted
Evergreen Care Network

Hopelink
Issaquah Valley Seniors/Issaquah Senior Center
King County Housing Authority
MS Association of King County
NW Kidney Centers
Overlake Hospital Senior Care
Providence Home Services
Providence Marianwood
Senior Services of King County