Support Our Work

The services of Nuestra Casa exist through donations from individuals, grants, and contracts.

There is a lot more work to be done! We ask for your support in the work of Nuestra Casa to enable immigrant women to create positive changes in themselves, their families, and their communities.

Gifts of needed items for classrooms are always appreciated – see our Wish List.  You can drop off donated items at Nuestra Casa.


We at Nuestra Casa are so grateful for our generous donors and collaborators for their contributions and partnering efforts. Because of their generous support, Nuestra Casa continues to find new ways to educate and transform the lives of so many immigrants. Thank you!

Our thanks to these major donors and contracts for their significant support of Nuestra Casa programs and services:


Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary
Astria Health
Yakima Chief Hops
Banner Bank
Blain & Preciosa Tamaki Foundation
Hapo Community Credit Union
AgWest Farm Credit
Self Help Federal Credit Union
Inatai Foundation
One America


Sunnyside School District

Hear from our ESL Students

“The most important reason why I want to learn English is because I need to communicate with teachers, doctors, and friends here in my new country that is my new home.”

– Marlene Gonzalez-Paez – Level 3 ESL student (originally from Tijuana, Mexico)

“The ESL classes are helping me communicate better with the people in this community. These classes will also help me next year because I want to become a citizen.”

– Rosalia Lujan – Level 3 ESL student (originally from Puebla, Mexico)

“Thanks to these classes I am now confident speaking English. It’s important for me to speak better English in order to become more independent.”

– Monica Cowan – Level 3 ESL student (originally from Guadalajara, Mexico)

“My son needs my help in caring for his children because he is a single father. The Nuestra Casa ESL classes have helped me be able to communicate with my grandchildren, help them with homework, and take them to the doctors when my son can’t.”

– Norma Vizguerra – Level 3 ESL student (originally from Guanajuato, Mexico)