The Community Hope mural organized by poet Jordan Chaney is a large red rose breaking through concrete, and covers the side of a bakery in downtown Pasco.


‘We celebrate ourselves’: Firelands builds momentum for workers’ rights at May Day event

Connection making and community building are integral to the work of racial justice and equity. GHF sponsors in-person and virtual gatherings that benefit organizations and the communities they serve. We are honored to have supported this May Day celebration hosted by Firelands Workers United/Trabajadores Unidos, who are based in Aberdeen.Read More »

It’s official! Our Pasco office is now open

Our office in Pasco is now open! More than two years ago, we shared our plans to establish our second office location and expand our presence in Washington. After countless visits to the greater Tri-Cities area — planning, exploring potential sites, and navigating the unpredictability during a pandemic — we finally opened the doors to our new physical space this summer.Read More »

Meet Nick Allen

Nick joins GHF with over two decades of experience in law, government, and community-driven advocacy. As policy and advocacy director, he will develop and advance public policy priorities in Washington while leveraging GHF’s status as 501(c)(4) grantmaking organization.Read More »

Meet Gabriela Ramos

Gabriela Ramos, a program associate on the learning and community engagement team, has three guiding principles: family, community, and advocacy. A nearly lifelong Yakima Valley resident, Gabriela believes in flourishing where you’re planted and using your skills to serve people and improve the place you call home.Read More »