Who Are We?

Pacifica Foundation strives for social justice, interfaith cooperation, advocacy through positive change and connections, relationship-building and partnership for the common good, and respecting both religious and non-religious identities through a wide range of activities such as: Social Responsibility Projects, Festivals, Panels, Conferences, Talks, Civic Engagement Projects, Dialogue & Friendship Dinners.

These events strengthen the community, build bridges, and aim to embrace people without regard to race, religion, ethnicity or background, all of which has always been at the core of the Foundation.

Our Vision

We seek to accomplish our vision by engaging in a variety of civic activities and inviting other parties to generate and share insights, thereby removing barriers and fostering confidence-building and trust. Thereby, we are creating real opportunities for mutual respect and appreciation for one another, offering an environment in which a shared narrative can be rooted.

Our Mission

Our mission is to promote cross-cultural dialogue by emphasizing universal values, to encourage strong family values high morals and ethics among community and to establish a society where individuals love, respect and accept each other as they are and also to develop social capital—the creation and extension of positive connections within and between disparate social networks to achieve mutual understanding and common commitment in enriching the social good in Washington State.
What did we do during the Coronavirus outbreak?
We have launched the following initiatives and campaigns during the Coronavirus outbreak.

Covid-19, which has recently influenced the whole world, has begun to show its effects in many areas. One of these areas was undoubtedly the economy. Many members of our community have been unemployed or forced to work part-time at a great risk. We know how challenging these coming weeks and months will be for those members and their families. During times of uncertainty and crisis, people come together to support one another. COVID-19 is a new test of our collective strength.

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As the corona virus pandemic continues, it is part of our civic and human responsibility to keep complying with the guidance and advice from medical experts and public health officials in our state. Also, we welcome the helping hands of the community members of Pacifica Foundation, especially at this time of crisis. Pacifica Foundation’s volunteers started making home-made face masks for health care workers, homeless and people in elder care in the state of Washington.


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  • As we enter this holy month, the world’s 1.8 billion Muslims begin observing Ramadan. On the other hand, an unprecedented global pandemic, COVID-19, is changing the celebration this year in equally unprecedented ways. Despite this, the yearly rituals of Ramadan will continue.

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  • The Pacifica Foundation has organized free online English conversation partners for the members of immigrant communities in Washington who are English Language Learners and want to improve and practice their English-speaking skills.


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  • Pacifica Foundation Seattle is pleased to team up with the three Muslim Student Associations at the University of Washington Seattle, Tacoma, and Bothell campuses to give to the homeless community of Washington State!


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What We Do

Dialogue & Friendship Dinners

Annual Dialog and Friendship Dinners have now become a tradition since 2004. The Annual Dialog and Friendship Dinners are organized to contribute to the progress of intercultural-interfaith dialogue and peace.



Pacifica Foundation thought of the talk series as a venue to cultivate friendship and strengthen civic dialogue among the many civil communities. Click to learn more about the Pacifica Talk events.



We aim to be proactive and productive part of society by visiting civic, governmental, and non-governmental organizations, exchanging ideas, and seeking their support and involvement in organizations’ activities.