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Looking for a meaningful way to honor a loved one or to commemorate a special occasion? Making a donation in honor of someone as a gift is a wonderful way to celebrate while supporting the life-changing work and mission of Northwest Passage.

Northwest Passage is organized and operated in accordance with Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. For additional financial information please visit Guidestar.

EXPERIENTIAL ARTS are a cornerstone of our programming, empowering youth with mental health issues to find beauty in the world that surrounds them, and in themselves.

TIME SPENT IN NATURE heals. Our kids have been exploring the therapeutic benefits of nature from behind the lens, in the water, or on the trails since 1978.

Through our PassageWay Fund, we provide support to those identified as having overcome adversity while demonstrating perseverance and success after leaving our programs.



“Leaving Passage meant leaving behind the stability and support of my second family for the adult world. It took me some time, but I am now living a ‘therapeutic lifestyle’ on my own. It was an honor to receive the award from the Alumni Fund to help me get my first apartment on my own. Now I have a safe place to go every day and something to be proud of. Thank you!

“I don’t know what I would have done without all the chances to be excited for the next adventure with my camera. Knowing I was going to be able to float soundlessly in the water once a week in the summer or get to hike the trails to see fall colors got me through some of my harder times. It also helped me feel like a normal kid, on a field trip, laughing with my friends, just being.”

“I loved all of the chances we had to try different kinds of art. My favorite was pottery. We had an awesome mentor come in and hang out with us for the summer to teach us how to do it and she was really fun. I wish we got to spend more time with artists, they help us see the world in a different way and help me to feel like it is okay to be different.”

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