Help Survivors of Cyclone Freddy in Malawi

A coalition of Malawian organizations based in North America (USA and Canada) in collaboration with The Embassy of the Republic of Malawi in the US have come together to raise funds to help victims and survivors of the devastating flooding caused by Tropical Cyclone Freddy. The coalition is led by the Malawi Diaspora Network which comprises the Malawians in Diaspora Association of Canada (MiDAC), Malawians In Texas Organization (MITO 501c3), Malawi Association in Washington (MAWA 501c3), Malawi Washington Foundation (MWF), New England Malawi Association (NEMA 501c3), Malawi Seattle Association (MSA, 501c3), Association of Malawians in Houston, Malawi Dallas Ft Worth Association (MADFA), BETAMW, NAMFRE and US Malawians-Relief Funds.

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October 29th is
Malawi Day in Seattle!

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Who We Are

The Malawi Seattle Association (MSA) comprises people of Malawian origin as well as those that are Malawian at heart who have come to make their home in the State of Washington. The Association serves to promote the welfare of its members so that they can reach their full potential in their endeavors.

The Malawian trail to the farthest corner of the United States was first blazed in the early 1960s by the likes of one Legson Kaira and others. Kaira is known for having covered 2,500 miles by foot from Malawi to Sudan where he got onto a plane to come to Skagit College in his quest to seek better opportunities in the United States. Kayira went on to meet his objective of advancing in education to doctorate level before going to settle in the UK.

Since then, many Malawians have trekked to this Pacific Northwest and, while no one has to walk as he did, the motive remains the same – to seek the American dream while remaining true to ourselves.

Our Vision

A vibrant and prosperous Malawian community in Washington where members thrive in their individual and collective pursuits.

Our Mission

To help Malawians in Washington State reach their full potential by providing them with resources for social interaction and personal development

Our Values

We will always endeavor to:

Lead with integrity

Exercise high levels of transparency

Treat others with respect

Uphold high standards of professionalism

Our Vision

A vibrant and prosperous Malawian community in Washington where members thrive in their individual and collective pursuits.

Our Mission

To help Malawians in Washington State reach their full potential by providing them with resources for social interaction and personal development

Our Values

We will always endeavor to:

Lead with integrity

Exercise high levels of transparency

Treat others with respect

Uphold high standards of professionalism

News & Announcements

City of Seattle
Declares October 29, 2022 As Malawi Seattle Association Day

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Malawi Independence Day
July 2023
Women of Substance Fundraiser
August 2023

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