San Juan Islands Community Resource Guide

Resources for our residents and community wellness through health and social services, education and volunteering.


Island Air Ambulance

Organization AKA: Island Air, Inc

Director: Jacqueline Hamilton

Organization physical address: 72 Airport Circle Dr, Friday Harbor, WA, 98250.

Email:  membership@islandairambulance.com

Phone number:  360-378-2376

Organization Website http://www.islandairambulance.com

Organization Mission Statement: Island Air Ambulance provides exceptional, compassionate, patient care through education, response, and transport.

Registered Business structure/Charitable status: (501(c)3, 503, LLC, community based social group).

Target Audience or Areas Served or Area of Operation: Transports originating in San Juan county and immediate area.

 

Organizational Service Area, Categories, Tags: San Juan, San Juan Island, Orcas, Orcas Island, Lopez, Lopez Island, Roche Harbor, Friday Harbor, Blakely Island, Decatur Island, Bellingham, Boeing Field, St Joe’s, Skagit, Anacortes, Port Townsend, Air Ambulance, Ambulance, Medical, medical flights, flight nurse, flight paramedic, flight emt, CAMTS, accredited, PIMC, Caravan, Children’s Hospital, Harborview, Everett, membership, air ambulance membership, fixed wing, medically configured, award winning, critical care, vacation membership, benefits, charter, air charter, community.
Description of Services: Families Island Air Ambulance is a CAMTS-accredited, critical care, fixed-wing air ambulance service based in Friday Harbor.


Friends of the San Juans

Director: Stephanie Buffum

Organization physical address: 650 Mullis St # 201, Friday Harbor, WA, 98250.

Organizational mailing address (if different to above): PO Box 1344, Friday Harbor, WA, 98250.

Email Director: Stephanie@sanjuans.org

Phone number general: 360-378-2319

Organization Website: www.sanjuans.org

Organization Mission Statement: To protect and preserve the land, water and sea of the San Juan Islands and Salish Sea for people and nature.

Registered Business structure/Charitable status: (501(c)3, 503, LLC, community based social group).

Target Audience or Areas Served or Area of Operation: Anyone who desires clean air, water and food, and healthy environment to live, work, and recreate.

Organizational Service Area, Categories, Tags: San Juan archipelago and greater Salish Sea, environment, climate, shoreline, farms, technical assistance, walking paths, bike paths, sea level rise, forest, farmland, water, shipping, oil spill, comprehensive land use planning, advocacy, education, canoes, tribal, first nations, traditional ecological knowledge, culture, history, natural history, volunteer, plastic bag ban, iris, garden, wetland, coastal hazard, mapping, GIS, board of directors, earth, donate, endowment, divestment, solar power, tidal power, energy, labor, cargo ships, tanker ships, contributions, newsletter, Shaw, Orcas, San Juan, Orcas, Stuart, Canoe, Waldron, Blakely, Sucia, Matia, National Parks, National Monument, Orca, Orca Sing, marbled murrlett,, Island Marble Butterfly, Pinto Abalone, Surf smelt, sandlance, salmon, herring, rockfish, starfish, kayak, boat trips, feederbluffs, science, law, advocacy, policy, internship, Whales.

Description of Services, Families: Education, Technical assistance, natural history, and outdoor programs, camping, boating, safety, governance, canoe building and canoe trips.

Description of Services, Adults: Education, natural history trips, technical assistance, training in the field of environmental science and conservation. Field work and legal skills training and development, mentoring. outdoor programs, camping, boating, safety, governance.

Description of Services, Youth/Teen: Research, Education, Technical assistance, natural history mentoring; outdoor education; canoe building and canoe trips, training in the field of environmental science and conservation. Field work and legal skills training and development, mentoring.

Volunteer Opportunities/Needs: Board member, events, office, mapping, boat, fish surveys, note taker, research, graphic design, fundraise, lead talks.

Charitable Donations Accepted: Yes – Cash, credit card, endowment campaign, annual fund.

Orcas Island Public Library

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Orcas Island Public Library

The Orcas Island Public Library supports all learners on the island by maintaining strong collections, online resources, and services; serves as a welcoming place for reflection, exploration, discussion, and community networking; and reaches out effectively to all groups and individuals who will benefit from receiving services away from the Library.

An Island Library District in the State of Washington, IRS category: 170(c)(1)

Director: Phil Heikkinen pheikkinen@orcaslibrary.org

Mailing Address: 500 Rose Street, Eastsound, WA,98245

Phone: 360-376-4985

Contact: pheikkinen@orcaslibrary.org

Website: www.orcaslibrary.org

Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/Orcas-Island-Public-Library-338769492435

Target Audience or Areas Served or Area of Operation: Free membership to anyone living, working, or owning property on Orcas Island; also, free membership is offered to library cardholders on Lopez and San Juan Island; also, affordable visitor and annual memberships are available. All ages are welcome, and anyone can use our wifi and facilities for free.

Volunteer Needs: Checkout, shelving, book processing, cataloging, landscaping, handyman

Charitable donations accepted?  Yes

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