Community-Minded Enterprises transforms communities in Washington State while advancing diversity and inclusion of marginalized populations so that all people have an opportunity for equitable health, education, and safety.
We focus on connecting you with the services you need, and making sure your voice is heard by program providers on a regional and state level.
We lead statewide outreach to low-income, multi-ethnic and marginalized communities, through partnerships and direct communication. We work with individuals in a variety of innovative programs, to help you overcome barriers that stand between you and your goal of reaching your full potential.
And we give the community a voice through digital media at Community-Minded Television.
At our core, we are a community-focused organization and we value family life and flexibility. These values are at the foundation of our outreach efforts and the work environment we provide for our dedicated staff.
Our programs and initiatives are inclusive, equitable and culturally relevant.
We believe in opportunity and in equal access to programs that will help you grow.
We are professional, open-minded and respectful – your life experience matters to us.
We follow through on our commitments and the results of our work can be measured and documented.
We recognize the value of strong partnerships and often work together with other organizations to reach a mutual goal.
To learn more about our work, view CME Annual Report
Community-Minded Enterprises Named to Seattle Business Magazine’s List of Washington’s 100 Best Companies to Work For
Community-Minded Enterprises Named One of the “Best Places to Work in the Inland Northwest” for the 4th Year in a Row
Hands Across the Falls Marks it’s 5th Year Celebrating Recovery with a Two-Week Event Adapting to Current Health Conditions
Hands Across the Falls 2021, is poised for a two-week celebration kicking off September 17 and continuing through September 30. “Same great event, same heart, same spirit, just packaged differently this year,” said Christine McMackin, Manager of Recovery Café Spokane.