North Pacific Yearly Meeting is a regional organization consisting of individual congregations, called monthly meetings (because they hold meetings for the conduct of business once a month). NPYM is called a yearly meeting because it holds an annual session where Friends from throughout the Pacific Northwest gather to worship and conduct business together.
American Friends Service Committee is a Quaker-founded organization working for peace and social justice in the United States and around the world.
Friends Committee on National Legislation is a lobbying organization in the public interest founded by Quakers. FCNL works for social and economic justice, peace, stewardship of the environment, and good government in the United States.
Quaker Center is a retreat center near Santa Cruz, California, which presents workshops on topics of interest to Friends.
Pendle Hill is a Quaker center in Pennsylvania, for spiritual growth, study, and service.
Friends General Conference is a national organization of “unprogrammed” Friends meetings. Many individual Friends participate in FGC activities and at least one Monthly Meeting is affiliated with FGC. NPYM is currently undergoing a discernment process about affiliation with Friends General Conference.
Friends World Committee For Consultation is an organization that works to communicate between all parts of Quakerism worldwide.
Pacific Northwest Quaker Women's Theology Conference gathers women from Friends Meetings and churches throughout the Pacific Northwest.