Homeless adopted children in Seattle

Report: Thanks to all who participated in the emergency meeting held at ECS at Dec. 13, 2014, concerning homeless adopted children in Seattle. We also thank those who couldn’t be present but supported us with their encouragement and donations. At the meeting we shared the devastating news broadcast by Dan Rather, organized members to show […]


Donate to the Hana Fund

ECS ANNOUNCES HANA FUND Hana Williams was born on July 19, 1997, in Ethiopia.  Her mother disappeared when she was 3, and her father died a few years later.  By the age of 9 she was living in an orphanage. In 2008, Hana came to Sedro Wooley, Washington to live with her new adoptive family–parents […]

Professor Panayoti Telahun’s Speech

On Saturday June 4th 2011,  ECMA hosted a volunteer recognition event. The speaker for the night, Professor Panayoti Telahun, gave  the following speech. The speech is in Amharic but we are working with the Professor to bring you the English version as well. And we will post it when and as it becomes available. Enjoy […]


Internship opportunity at Seattle Public Utilities

Seattle Public Utilities has an excellentopportunity for an Internal Audit intern. This will be at either the undergraduate or graduate level. This intern will be responsible for assisting the Sr Auditor with topic development, audit procedure development, detailed testing, data analysis, and report writing. Seattle Public Utilities internship requirements are that the applicant be enrolled […]

The 2nd Annual ECS Fundraising Gala

Ethiopian Community In Seattle cordially invites you to attend the Second Annual Fundraising Gala which will be held on October 11th, 2014 at Emerald Downs Ballroom. Come and enjoy a night of delicious Ethiopian cuisine, music, silent and live auction, dancing as well as appearances by renowned guests. For this special Gala, Blair Taylor, Starbucks […]

Rainier Valley Corps: JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

  Associate Director, Rainier Valley Corps Applications due 10/1/14 BACKGROUND: For almost every advocacy issue, we have been noticing a lack of the voices of communities of colors, especially immigrant and refugee communities. Nonprofit staff of color, especially those who are focused on advocacy and systems-change work, are few. If we want the voices of […]