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 »

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 »