COVID-19 (Coronavirus) - An EACS Community Update:

Greetings, Friends and Family of EACS:

At this time when the American news cycle is dominated by COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we wanted to reach out and let our community know that we are implementing enhanced protocols to ensure the safety of all EACS youth, parents, staff and visitors.

We are closely monitoring the efforts of the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control, and King County Health authorities regarding the spread of the virus.  Our focus is to ensure we meet the needs of our families while doing our part to keep us all safe.

Here are steps EACS is taking:

  • As a preventative measure, we are cleaning our facilities more frequently with recommended sanitizing products.
  • We are taking steps to ensure the welfare of our employees.  This includes requiring employees, youth and families who feel ill to stay home and consult their healthcare providers.
  • Requiring all EACS staff and youth attending our programs regularly wash their hands.
  • Recommending that our families be vigilant in frequent hand washing at home.

As the EACS community works together, we will ensure the safety and well-being of our families.  EACS is available to address any of your concerns. Please call, email or drop by the office.   We are here for community, as community.



Munira, Mohamed, MBA
Executive Director
East African Community Services

What's going on at EACS?

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For 18 years EACS has evolved into one of the leading East African non-educational organizations.


Our K-12 After School Programs are designed to improve academic performance while increasing social, emotional and cultural well-being.


The PARENT LEADERSHIP TRAINING INSTITUTE (PLTI) helps East African parents to navigate the social systems that shape opportunity, access and justice for their children.


Strong Girls, Powerful Leaders (SGPL): Girls' Empowerment Group is now active. SGPL is open to 5th-12th grade East African girls.