Somali Community Services of Seattle
Somali Community Services of Seattle is a non-profit philanthropic organization that works to improve the quality of life for low-income families and members of the refugee and immigrant community.
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SOMCSS is constructing a school for the Somali and Oromos immigrant kids. This school will secure the future of our upcoming generations. Educated individuals of our community will play a vital role in developing the community and the State. The school shall focus on educational, co-curricular, and extra-curricular activities alike.
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Devoted For The Betterment Of The Community Since 1990.
We have accomplished hundreds of projects and nurtured thousands of families. Our vision is to enrich the lives of the Somali and Oromos community in Seattle.
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Our goal to makes better their lives.
SOMCSS is a non-profit charitable organization devoted to the betterment of the Somali and Oromos community in Seattle.
Our mission is to strive for the success of the refugees to undergo a smooth transitional process and attain a self-sustainable status in their new country.
Our vision is to enrich the lives of the Somali and Oromos community in Seattle. We help immigrants and refugees settle in our society.
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