Here is a list of local groups who we love, support and work with!

YMCA of Port Angeles and YMCA of Sequim, along with YMCA of Jefferson County, are branches of the Olympic Peninsula YMCA Association.

United Good Neighbors is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that helps provide funding for, and raise awareness of critical social services in our community, helping three dozen agencies provide emergency, senior, youth, and community services to neighbors in Port Townsend, Port Hadlock, Chimacum, Port Ludlow, and surrounding areas.

Working Image, through community partnerships, provides appropriate clothing to individuals in need in order to promote confidence, gain employment and encourage self-sufficiency.

Port Townsend Food Bank operates Wednesdays for the general public and Saturdays for senior citizens.  Click the link for more details about how it works, when to arrive, what to expect

American Red Cross – Olympic Peninsula Chapter – Port Townsend Office is located next to the YMCA offices in Mountain View Commons and is the place to take CPR classes or learn more about volunteering in your community and beyond.

Recyclery is a non-profit community bike shop. They offer new & used bikes, parts and accessories and operate a full-service repair shop, host workshops designed for people to learn how to fix and maintain their own bikes in a non-intimidating environment.  The Recyclery strives to educate all members of the community, young to old, about the benefits of riding and maintaining  bicycles as well as how to safely share the road with cars and other bicyclists.

Northwest Maritime Center works to to engage and educate people of all generations in traditional and contemporary maritime life, in a spirit of adventure and discovery.

Port Townsend School of Woodworking endeavors to inspire a lifelong passion for craftsmanship through education in woodworking and traditional building trades

KPTZ is a community-driven radio service that is educational, entertaining, informative and relevant, an inclusive forum for members of the community to constructively express their ideas, opinions and concerns.  KPTZ hopes to remain a lasting service of high quality in the areas of broadcasting, management, funding and programming, bringing exposure to music, art and culture, issues and current events to the community.

Port Townsend Police Department  is a law enforcement organization whose role is to protect the areas and citizens of Port Townsend and its visitors. The Department’s responsibility is to provide assistance to the public and to gain their cooperation and compliance with established regulations, ordinances and laws.

PTguide – City Guide to Port Townsend, Washington is the most complete source for local events and happenings.

The Boiler Room is a volunteer-run all ages coffee shop and social services hub in beautiful downtown Port Townsend.  They offer job training and a free hot meal Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 3pm.