Non Profit

514 Broadway Ave E
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Connections (formerly Children’s Advocacy Center of Grays Harbor) offers services to children and parents in Grays Harbor and Pacific counties including but not limited to crisis care, visitation services, and courthouse services.

Grays Harbor College
1620 Edward P Smith Drive

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When Grays Harbor College was established in 1930, a tradition of helping our students succeed also began. Now, some 87 years later, we have assembled excellent instructors and dedicated staff, all caring individuals focused on providing the very best services to the students in the Grays Harbor and Pacific counties.

We are focused on success of all varieties – helping students as they work towards an Associate or Bachelor degree; teaching new skills that could lead to a new or improved job; or encouraging someone as they strive to earn a GED®, master English as a new language, or enroll in any one of our community special interest courses.

The mission of Grays Harbor College is to provide meaningful education and cultural enrichment through academic transfer, workforce preparation, basic skills, and service to community.

Montesano Community Center
314 S Main St
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Stop by and grab lunch daily for only $4 between 11:45 and 12:30.

Great rental space with catering options.

Oddfellows – Silvia Lodge
138 S 1st St

This non profit group has been in Montesano for many years. Join them in revival efforts and learn the history of this fraternity. Odd Fellows believe in a supreme being and come together in local communities to make a difference with belief in Friendship, Love, and Truth.

Grays Harbor Young Life
PO Box 824
Montesano, WA

Young Life is a world-class organization for adolescents. Our staff and volunteers enter the world of kids, focusing on what matters to them — fun, adventure, friendship and a sense of significance. In doing so, we earn the privilege of talking to them about the good news of Jesus and His love for them. Kids’ lives are dramatically impacted when caring adults come alongside them, and they begin to see that their lives have great worth, meaning and purpose.