Northshore Senior Center becomes an independent non-profit

Friday, April 15, 2016

The Northshore Senior Center (NSC) is pleased to announce that effective March 1, 2016, NSC has become an independent, locally managed non-profit.

Prior to this, NSC was under the management of SoundGenerations, a Seattle based organization. Becoming independent means that any funds coming into NSC will stay in the community.

NSC is the second largest senior center in the United States with 2,727 members. Programs and services are provided at the Northshore Senior Center – Bothell, Kenmore and Mill Creek Branches and the Adult Health and Wellness Center.

Programs range from fitness to cards and games to lifelong learning and computer classes. The center offers a variety of support groups and offers adult day health and respite care. Transportation is a key service that transports seniors to the various facilities.

The facilities in Bothell are owned by the Northshore Parks and Recreation Area and space has been generously provided by the cities of Kenmore and Mill Creek in those respective communities.

Being a non-profit, NSC depends on government grants, membership dues, program fees and the generosity of the greater Northshore community. Additional information regarding NSC and its programs and services can be found here or by calling 425-487-2441.


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