Our Mission: The Treacy Levine Center is dedicated to promoting understanding, bridging divides, and building relationships amongst people across religious, cultural, ethnic, and social lines through educational and experiential activities.

The work of the Treacy Levine Center is being reimagined after the sale of Camp Brotherhood to Camp Korey in 2016. The board of directors has identified three key components of our strategic plan.

  • Media Communications
    • Challenge 2.0 Program – video podcast and cable broadcasts
    • Documentary on Father Treacy
    • Brief thematic messaging as PSA’s and in social media
  • Educational Events
    • One event in each northwest Washington county per year
    • Expanding imagination
    • Creating connections
    • Modeling Interactions
  • Personal Actions
    • Teach skills for bridge building
    • Promote humanizing face-to-face interactions
      • Youth
      • Adults
    • Public multi-faith action to support human rights

The board has hired Terry Kyllo as the Executive Director in January of 2018 and many plans are in the works to cross the bridge to our common humanity with partners across northwest Washington and beyond.